NI Vision Development Module 2014 f1 Patch Details

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NI Vision Development Module 2014 f1, Vision Acquisition Software August 2014 f1, and Vision Common Resources Real-Time 2014 f1 Patch Details

The following lists describe issues that are fixed in this update. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed in the current versions.

Vision Development Module 2014 f1 Patch

ID Fixed Issue
486845 The IMAQ Read QR Code VI has a memory leak.
484281 Vision FPGA VIs performing kernel operations on 16-bit images incorrectly cast the resulting pixel output to 8-bit values.
487647 The IMAQ FPGA GrayMorphology Close 9x9 U16x1 VI does not process the U16 data type correctly.


Vision Common Resources Real-Time 2014 f1 Patch

ID Fixed Issue
482971 Vision functions cause a crash on some real-time targets running older versions of the LabVIEW Real-Time Module.
481093 Passing an empty image to the RT Video Out VI causes a crash on the NI CVS-1459RT, NI cRIO-903x, and NI cDAQ-913x.
488461 Higher refresh rates for full-screen image display are possible on the NI CVS-1459RT, NI cRIO-903x, and NI cDAQ-913x.
486845 The IMAQ Read QR Code VI has a memory leak.


Vision Acquisition Software August 2014 f1 Patch

ID Fixed Issue
486688 Rebooting the NI CVS-1459RT, NI cRIO-903x, or NI cDAQ-913x with a USB3 Vision camera attached can cause a hang on initialization.


Vision Assistant 2014 Patch
The following list describes issues in previous versions of NI Vision Assistant that are fixed in patch files. To install the patch, download the attachment below and unzip the files to the following folder: <Program Files>\National Instruments\Vision Assistant

ID Fixed Issue
480317 Vision Assistant incorrectly uses Bayer decoding VIs in FPGA code generation after switching to a monochrome image.
479862 In the Vision Assistant Filters step, the Smoothing - Low Pass filter allows even kernel sizes. If LabVIEW FPGA code is generated with an even kernel size, an error will occur.
484413 After generating FPGA code from Vision Assistant, the image displayed is the last image processed instead of the image retrieved from a saved buffer.
486717 After generating FPGA code from Vision Assistant, the four-wire handshaking feedback node is not connected in some cases.



See the Related Links below for a link to the download page for the patches. The full downloads for Vision Development Module 2014 f1 and Vision Acquisition Software August 2014 f1 also contain the Vision Common Resources Real-Time patch in addition to their own fixes. If you have already installed 2014 software, the patches for Vision Development Module and Vision Acquisition Software are available as separate downloads. 

Known Issues
National Instruments is aware of the following issues you may encounter while using the 2014 f1 Vision software.

  • The IMAQ Image Display Control appears blank on NI Linux Real-Time targets with the Embedded UI feature. Please see the related link below for further information.
  • Installing the Vision Acquisition Software August 2014 f1 Patch on top of a system with an installed version of NI-IMAQ earlier than 14.0 may cause the following error to occur when launching NI Update Service again: NIUpdateService.exe - Entry Point Not Found. The procedure entry point niimaquGetBoardPCILocation could not be located in the dynamic link library imaq.dll. You may press OK and proceed as normal. Alternatively, upgrading to NI-IMAQ 14.0 before or after installing this patch will resolve the issue. The full download of Vision Acquisition Software August 2014 f1 contains NI-IMAQ 14.0.



Related Links: 

Drivers and Updates: NI Vision Development Module 2014 f1
Drivers and Updates: NI Vision Development Module 2014 f1 Patch
Drivers and Updates: NI Vision Acquisition Software August 2014 f1
Drivers and Updates: NI Vision Acquisition Software August 2014 f1 Patch
Drivers and Updates: NI Vision Common Resources Real-time 2014 f1 
AE KB 6OO8G3OK: Why Doesn't the IMAQ Image Display Control Update Correctly on My Deployed Embedded User Interface?

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