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PLPixelDataConverter Class#

List of all parameter names available for the Pixel Data Converter

Inheritance Hierarchy#

System.Object
  Basler.Pylon.PLPixelDataConverter

Properties#

NameDescription
Public propertyStatic memberAdditionalLeftShift

Additional shifting value used for converting monochrome images. Only effective if the Mono Conversion Method parameter is set to Truncate. If the parameter value isn't zero, the image data is converted using a lookup table. Shifted values exceeding the maximum output value boundary are set to the maximum allowed value. Negative values are treated as right-shifted values.

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Public propertyStatic memberGamma

Gamma value for converting monochrome images. The image data is converted using a lookup table.

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Public propertyStatic memberInconvertibleEdgeHandling

Sets how to handle rows and columns that can't be converted.

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Public propertyStatic memberMaxNumThreads

The maximum number of threads that are used for the format conversion.

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Public propertyStatic memberMonoConversionMethod

Sets the conversion method for monochrome images.

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Public propertyStatic memberOutputBitAlignment

Sets the alignment of the bits in the target pixel type if the target bit depth is greater than the source bit depth, e.g., if you are converting from a 10-bit to a 16-bit format.

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Public propertyStatic memberOutputOrientation

Sets the vertical orientation of the output image in the buffer.

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Public propertyStatic memberOutputPaddingX

Number of additional data bytes at the end of each line. These bytes are set to zero during the conversion.

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PLPixelDataConverter.AdditionalLeftShift Property#

Additional shifting value used for converting monochrome images. Only effective if the Mono Conversion Method parameter is set to Truncate. If the parameter value isn't zero, the image data is converted using a lookup table. Shifted values exceeding the maximum output value boundary are set to the maximum allowed value. Negative values are treated as right-shifted values.

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PLPixelDataConverter.Gamma Property#

Gamma value for converting monochrome images. The image data is converted using a lookup table.

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PLPixelDataConverter.InconvertibleEdgeHandling Property#

Sets how to handle rows and columns that can't be converted.

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PLPixelDataConverter.MaxNumThreads Property#

The maximum number of threads that are used for the format conversion.

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PLPixelDataConverter.MonoConversionMethod Property#

Sets the conversion method for monochrome images.

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PLPixelDataConverter.OutputBitAlignment Property#

Sets the alignment of the bits in the target pixel type if the target bit depth is greater than the source bit depth, e.g., if you are converting from a 10-bit to a 16-bit format.

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PLPixelDataConverter.OutputOrientation Property#

Sets the vertical orientation of the output image in the buffer.

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PLPixelDataConverter.OutputPaddingX Property#

Number of additional data bytes at the end of each line. These bytes are set to zero during the conversion.

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