Important note for USB-based cameras: When downloading a Software Upgrade, note that the software will prompt you to uninstall the previous version of software. You can also uninstall the previous version of the software manually before you download the latest version, but you need to reboot your computer (if prompted) to ensure that you do not experience difficulties with future software upgrades.
This full INFINITY software installation package includes a number of significant updates to the INFINITY ANALYZE application. The INFINITY Software operates on 32 & 64-bit platforms running Windows 7 & 8, VISTA, or XP operating systems. Refer to the Release Notes for an overview of the changes included in this release. The updated copy of the INFINITY ANALYZE User’s Manual can be accessed from the Help -> Manual menu function within the application Training & Tutorials can now be accessed directly from the Help -> Online Help menu within INFINITY ANALYZE.
**IMPORTANT NOTE ** If upgrading INFINITY software from a release prior to 6.0.0, refer to this Technical Note for information and instructions on migrating any calibration presets files to a new location.
The INFINITY ANALYZE package operates in Demo mode when no INFINITY camera is attached to act as the license key. If an unlicensed INFINITY camera is used with INFINITY ANALYZE, it will not be possible to save any images. An Advanced Features USB-Key is required to unlock the two Advanced Features (Multi-Focus Composition & Spherical Aberration Correction) which otherwise run in demo mode only. Contact the support team if you have any questions regarding the INFINITY camera applications.
INFINITY ANALYZE includes language support for Latin Spanish, Castilian Spanish, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and French.
The INFINITYHD camera provides full color, high definition (2 megapixel) video directly to a 1080p60 monitor via HDMI. The camera does not require a connection to a computer to operate. The INFINITYHD generates a video stream directly to a monitor at 60 frames per second with 1080 lines of resolution. Three buttons mounted on the camera provide the ability to turn the power on/off, perform a white balance operation, or to capture an image. To capture an image, the camera must be connected to a PC with the supplied USB 2.0 cable, and the INFINITYHD CAPTURE application software must be running. The camera device drivers and the INFINITYHD CAPTURE application are included in this download. For additional information on the INFINITYHD camera consult the FAQ section of the web site. The INFINITYHD camera does not stream video over the USB 2.0 cable, and is not compatible with the INFINITY CAPTURE or ANALYZE software packages.
The INFINITYHD CAPTURE application now includes the option to set the camera output to be rotated by 180 degrees. Refer to the Quick Start Guide for additional details.
Click on the link above to open the INFINITY ANALYZE for Mac Installation Guide document. It includes links to download the installation package and to view the INFINITY ANALYZE for Mac Quick Start Guide document. These documents contain everything that you may need to complete the install and get started with the application software. Note: This is the preliminary release of INFINITY ANALYZE for Mac. A minimum of Mac OS X 10.7 is required to run this application. A User Manual is not yet available, so please refer to the Quick Start Guide. We are looking for your feedback on this package as we work to extend the functionality in coming releases.
Download the necessary software to run an INFINITY camera on an Apple Macintosh computer running Mac OS X 10.6 and greater.
Download the necessary software to run an INFINITY camera on an Apple Macintosh computer running Mac OS X 10.5 and lower.
How can I tell what version of Mac OS X I have on my Mac?Select 'About This Mac' from the Apple menu (the Apple icon in the top left), and a window will appear containing the Mac OS X version number.
This package provides the necessary files, documentation and tools to build and develop applications for all Lumenera USB-based and GigE products. Sample applications have been updated to support the new USB 3.0 products, including the addition of a new C++ sample that illustrates how to configure network settings for Lumenera GigE cameras. The Lumenera Application Programmer Interface (API) is a common set of tools and camera controls that is easy-to-learn. It allows you to develop an application for one camera model and then easily integrate other camera models as needed. The same interface is used for all Windows operating systems and supports both 32 and 64-bit environments. Offering the ability to stream raw, compressed or filtered image data, the Lumenera Camera SDK can control how and where to send video or snapshot image streams. You can display the image stream to a window created by the API or to one under your own application’s control, and/or stream directly to an AVI file. The API also provides the ability to add your own callback functions to the image data streams for inline processing and can signal event structures to notify you of changes in I/O activity or camera disconnects. Consult the Release Notes for the complete summary of additions and improvements available in this release.
For use with the INFINITY1-1, INFINITY1-2, INFINITY1-3, INFINITY1-5, INFINITY2-1, INFINITY2-2, INFINITY2-3, INFINITY3-1 and INFINITY3-1U.
Media Cybernetics has also released the Lumenera Capture Interface v.9.0, adding support for Lumenera's INFINITY1-2 and INFINITY1-3 cameras in Image-Pro Premier 64-bit software. Learn more on the Media Cybernetics website.
The µManager integration of the INFINITY cameras allows full camera control and image acquisition, thereby extending the existing capabilities of Micro-Manager that provide image processing and analysis functions, and also offers control for motorized microscope stages. To download µManager or to obtain more information, visit To download µManager or to obtain more information, visit www.micro-manager.org. A minimum version of µManager 1.4.16 for Windows (32 or 64-bit) is required. The Mac OS X version of Micro-Manager is not supported. All INFINITY camera models are recognized by the plug-in, however the pixel-shifting options for INFINITYX camera models are not supported. Refer to the Installation Guide for instructions on installing the plug-in. The Quick Start Guide provides the necessary steps to get started.
Lumenera’s INFINITY2-1, INFINITY2-2, INFINITY2-5, INFINITY3-1 and INFINITY3-1U camera models can now be accessed directly from the MetaMorph® Software from Molecular Devices, providing direct camera control and image acquisition. This integration of the INFINITY cameras will allow licensed users of the MetaMorph®Software to immediately access the advanced set of image processing and analysis features on captured images. This package works with both the MetaMorph and MetaMorph NX Software suites.
This Lumenera USB 2.0 Camera LabVIEW plug-in allows the creation of LabVIEW VIs that can be used to control all Lumenera USB 2.0 cameras. It now supports LabVIEW versions 2009 & 2010 (both 32 and 64-bit), and Vision Builder AI versions 3.0 & 3.5 (32-bit). Support remains available for releases of LabVIEW 7.1, 8.0, 8.2, 8.5, and 8.6. This plug-in requires the installation of LabVIEW, the NI Vision Development Module, and the applicable Lumenera Software for your camera model. If you have any questions about LabVIEW, contact National Instruments directly at www.ni.com. If you have any camera specific questions contact our TAC team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To download the latest version of the Lumenera LabVIEW Plug-in Installation Guide, please click here.
This updated Lumenera MATLAB Plug-In has been updated to support the latest versions of MatLab for 32 & 64-bit. Please refer to the text file included for instructions on how to install this software and the specific versions of MatLab that are newly supported. Also included in this update are new camera API functions, updates to existing functions, and sample MatLab scripts that demonstrate how to use Lumenera cameras using MatLab.
Posted on: 04/11/2013
INFINITY camera device drivers are required on any Windows computer, in order for the camera to be recognized by the PC. When an INFINITY camera is to be used with any 3rd Party Software package that does not include these device drivers as part of the software installation, the package of INFINITY Camera device drivers should be downloaded and installed. This package does not include either the INFINITY CAPTURE or INFINITY ANALYZE application software to control the camera. Save the installation package to your local computer before running it.