XCAP-Ltd and XCAP-Std software from Epix allows turning any PIXCI imaging card and supported camera into a powerful video security system.
- 4K x 4K high resolution cameras
- 12 bit pixel depth cameras
- 1000 frame per second high speed cameras
- Near infrared (IR) sensitive cameras
- Cooled far infrared sensitive cameras
- Economical NTSC or PAL cameras
- Or any camera that works with a PIXCI imaging card
XCAP-Ltd and XCAP-Std software are now available from Intelligent Vision .
XCAP allows capturing images continuously at a set rate, capturing upon the application of a TTL or differential signal, or capturing when the object(s) within the camera's field of view move, appear, or disappear.
Captured images can be stored indefinitely, subject to available disk space, or older images automatically purged to provide space for newer images.
XCAP software is web-enabled. Captured images can be viewed remotely with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or any web browser.
XCAP also supports off-site archival of images - saving the captured images to any FTP site as the images are captured (subject to network bandwidth) - for situations where XCAP's host PC is itself not secure.
The XCAP-Ltd version provides access to PIXCI imaging board(s) and includes all features of the -Lite version, adding graphics, load/save, and more image viewer and convenience features.
XCAP-Ltd can load, view, and save pre-existing single images and image sequences even when the PIXCI imaging board(s) are not present. XCAP-Ltd supports full access to as much as 4 GBytes of frame buffer memory under 32 bit systems, and is limited to 8 GByte of frame buffer memory under 64 bit systems.
The XCAP-Std version provides access to PIXCI imaging board(s) and includes all features of the -Ltd version, adding use of all image processing, measurement, graphics, load/save, image viewer, and analysis features.
XCAP-Std can load, analyse, and save pre-existing images and image sequences even when the PIXCI imaging board(s) are not present.
XCAP-Std supports full access to as much as 4 GBytes of frame buffer memory under 32 bit systems, and to as much as 16 EByte of frame buffer memory under 64 bit systems.