RidgeRun is proud of announce the release of our new Evaluation and Professional SDK 2011Q2 for DM365/DM368 Leopardboard, available immediately.
RidgeRun’s Evaluation SDK for DM365 is available for download at RidgeRun’s website and runs on both DM365 and DM368 processors. DM368 SDK is available under professional version, but non-commercial versions can be provided under request.
RidgeRun also will be releasing SD card images over the next several weeks with demo configurations to showcase different SDK capabilities.
See the Release Notes and the Getting Started Guide
Evaluation SDK doesn’t include support services, but RidgeRun offers developers documentation with guides for installing and configuring the Evaluation SDK.
As many other open source projects there are web pages with forums of other people working in all kinds of projects with Ridgerun’s SDK. We encourage users to use this forum, post questions, and provide answers for others in the community.
RidgeRun can provide bootable SD cards with demos for most of the new products. Contact us if you are interested.
I would like to increase the Exposure time when capturing with this RidgeRun SDK, Gstreamer and the 5MP sensor. I understand that the AE code is not available without purchasing but can I set the Exposition time somewhere in a file? It would be really useful for my application where luminosity is pretty constant.
Hi Gentle Mich,
Next time please start a new thread since your question may be of interest to others and finding it under New RidgeRun SDK for Leopard DM365/DM368 Available is not the most obvious place to look.
If you look at
you will see how you can use ipiped / ipipe-client to accomplish your goal of setting the exposure time.
Try the commands
Please look at the ipiped source code for a detailed understanding of what each command does.