QSICamera v6.0.3c1 is now available.
This update contains the following modification:
- Corrected a memory leak that could occur if using the simulated camera instances in a garbage-collected environment.
An updated version of QSICamera (6.0.3c) is now available.
This update contains the following modifications:
- Changed all client-facing C data structures to Objective-C classes. This was driven by the realization that one of the data structures contained object references which resulted in QSICamera being incompatible with ARC-based software. With this release QSICamera should seamlessly operate with manual reference counting, garbage-collected and ARC-based software.
- Added the QSICamera class method 'simulatedCameras'. This method returns an array of cameras which, while not allowing soup-to-nuts testing of QSICamera, allows testing of its higher-level functionality. More usefully, these simulated cameras allow the development of applications incorporating QSICamera without requiring the actual connection of a camera from QSI. Of course, you will want to test anything you develop against real cameras.
An updated version of QSICamera (6.0.3b) is now available.
I'm looking for folks who use TheSkyX Pro for Mac who have an interest in using their QSI cameras with it.
I have a version of QSEye that provides access to a connected QSI camera and an X2 driver for TheSkyX Pro which allows it to access the camera via QSEye. If you're willing to test it out and provide feedback and bug reports, shoot me an email.
These updates address the known issues with support of 600-series cameras.