Result data struct for PylonStreamGrabberRetrieveResult(). This data describes grab results (typically image data) retrieved from the device. Some items are optional (marked as "optional") and are only filled in if they are supported by the device.
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Public Attributes Documentation#
Attention: A block ID of value UINT64_MAX indicates that the Block ID is invalid and must not be used.
GigE Camera Devices
If the Extended ID mode is disabled (default), the sequence number starts with 1 and wraps at 65535. If the Extended ID mode is enabled, the sequence number starts with 1 and uses the full 64-bit unsigned integer value range.
USB Camera Devices
The sequence number starts with 0 and uses the full 64 Bit range.
The block ID of the grabbed frame (camera device specific).
A value of 0 indicates that this feature is not supported by the camera. You can configure the Extended ID mode by setting the GevGVSPExtendedIDMode or the BslGevGVSPExtendedIDMode parameter, if available. The Instant Camera class and the pylon GigE stream grabber provide additional parameters for controlling the Extended ID mode.
Application specific context specified when calling PylonStreamGrabberRegisterBuffer()
Additional error code in case Status is gst_Failed (optional)
Data buffer handle returned when calling PylonStreamGrabberRegisterBuffer()
Starting column, in pixels (only if payload is image data)
Starting row, in pixels (only if payload is image data)
Number of extra data bytes at end of row (only if payload is image data)
Number of extra data bytes at end of image (only if payload is image data)
Total payload size, in bytes, pointed to by pBuffer
Type of data contained in buffer
Pointer to the raw data
Pixel type (if the result contains pixel data)
Number of columns, in pixels (only if payload is image data)
Number of rows, in pixels (only if payload is image data)
Result status. check this to check whether the result contains valid data.
Time stamp generated by the device when filling the result (optional)