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Capture full motion video

The XTENDERmp SDK also includes a video API
  • Support any Windows media video source device USB, PCI, Firewire (IEEE 1392), PCMCIA
  • Frame and resolution automatically set from capture device rate
  • Still and video snapshots
    Video snapshots consume only minimal CPU resources
  • Video recorded in MPEG4 Windows Media format
    Snapshots include automatically generated world file
  • Display video from multiple UAVs simultaneously limited only by processor power
  • Telemetry logs indexed by time and video frame number

The XTENDERmp SDK implements a flexible and functional communications topology.
  • Allows full control of a MicroPilot autopilot connected either directly to the PC's serial port or via radio modem.
  • Integrated TCP/IP server extends autopilot APIs across any low latency TCP/IP network allowing applications to communicate with remotely connected MicroPilot autopilots
  • Access to locally connected and remotely connected autopilots is fully transparent to the application
  • Multiple processes can communicate with a single MicroPilot autopilot
  • A single process can communicate with multiple MicroPilot autopilots
  • Customer applications and Horizon can communicate with a MicroPilot autopilot simultaneously over the same com link


Tools The XTENDERmp SDK includes the following developer's tools:
  • GNU source level debugger
  • Parallel port BDM probe
  • GNU C compiler
  • CYGWIN Tool set

The system requirements for the XTENDERmp are:
  • Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP
  • 1 GB free disk space
  • 256 MB Ram or 512 MB Ram if video enabled
  • 500 MHz Pentium II or 1 GHz Pentium III if video enabled
  • Hardware Parallel Port for BDM probe
  • Low latency network
  • Supports any Windows Media video source device USB, PCI, Firewire (IEEE 1394)
  • MicroPilot MP2028g Autopilot
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