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I found this: http://www.ioxperts.com/APIDocumentation.html and it is the coolest thing since sliced bread (in particular those APIs give me the list of supported resolutions and frame rates). But. Obviously, it only works with IOXperts drivers. Am I right assuming that there is simply *NO* such a universal API that works across most (dare I say all) drivers/cameras? What workarounds do you guys use?
Here is one unpleasant workaround I found to know if the particular resolution is supported: I set particular channel bounds with SGSetChannelBounds, make the necessary preparations, start recording, wait until my SGIdle proc is called, grab the resulting width/height from ImageDescription and Stop recording once I know the result. This takes quite a fraction of second depending on driver/camera, so if I want to make a menu that list supported resolutions it could take few seconds. Worse: I have to only query few good "known" sizes, because iterating over all combinations of 65,535 widths * 65,535 heights would really take a *while*.
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