LEUTRON.INI Driver File Contents (LV196061RT.EXE)

[UserPath32]
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; You can define here the location and the name of each data file.
;
; Also the location of this file (leutron.ini) can be user defined by
; specifying an entry in the Win.ini file
; [Leutron Vision]
; IniPath=t:\lp\swwork\bruno
;
; IMPORTANT!!!!
; To redirect the file path without changing the name of
; the file put a backslash at the end of the new path
;
; Examples:
; Rename the log file as mylog.log and place it in the c:\daisy\logdir
; directory prvphlib.log=c:\daisy\logdir\mylog.log
;
; Get the lvlcxXXX.dat from the t:\lp\swwork\daisy\bin directory. The file is
; still named lvlcxXXX.dat (note the final backslash)
; -> PrimaView :
; lvlcx.dat=c:\daisy\bin\
; lvlcxprv.dat=c:\daisy\bin\
; -> PicPort :
; lvlcxppx.dat=c:\daisy\bin\
; -> PicMod Display:
; lvlcxpmd.dat=c:\daisy\bin\
; -> PicMod Medical:
; lvlcxpmx.dat=c:\daisy\bin\

; Allowed entries:
; prvphlib.log=<path>   ; log file
; lvcamera.dat=<path>   ; Former camera definition file
; lvcamsys.bin=<path>   ; LVSDS camera definition file
; lvcamusr.bin=<path>   ; User camera definition file


[PVP.Options]
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; ScanDevices=1
; 1 - Scan PCI bus for grabber and VGA devices
; 0 - Use forced board as defined in the leutron.ini file (no examples here). Do not use
ScanDevices=1

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; HwCheck=0
; 1 - perform a more detailed hardware check than normal one
; 0 - perform only basic hardware check
; PrimaView only
HwCheck=0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; LogLevel=0
; 0..5 - Different amount of logging strings: 0=All; >=5 only important
; It is not the same as the one in the DSY section; this affects only Prvphlib logs
LogLevel=0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; OutputDebugString=0
; 1 - Send log also to the debug device (debugger or lvdb.exe)
; 0 - No log to debug device
OutputDebugString=0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; I2CDelay=13
; 0..32767 - delay in generating clock pulse during I2C tx.
; PrimaView only
I2CDelay=13

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; I2CRetry=0
; 0..32767 - Nr of retry during I2C writing tx. Needed on fast pc only
I2CRetry=50

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; ForceFwUpdate=0
; 0  - Check for FW update to be performed
; 1  - Always perform FW update
; -1 - Never perform FW update
ForceFwUpdate=0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; LogBufferSize=0 (bytes)
; prvphlib.log is written to buffer before dumping to a file
;LogBufferSize=10240

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PpxI2CDelay=100
; PpxDebiDelay=1
;

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; IRQCheckDlg=1
; Windows NT only.
; Controls the error dialog box display in case an IRQ conflict is
; detected.
; When set to 0, no dialog box is displayed but the eventual conflicts are
; still reported in the log file

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; ErrorReportDlg=2
; During startup, Daisy checks the system for conditions preventing it to work
; properly.This entry controls the error dialog box display in case some
; 'strange' conditions are detected. The dialog box is displayed when a message
; of the specified or higher importance needs to be displayed; the user is given
; the possibility to continue the Daisy loading or terminate the application.
; While critical errors are ALWAYS displayed, other error conditions may be
; ignored by setting this entry to 3 (critical error) so that even if a
; configuration error is detected, Daisy continues loading with eventually
; limited functionalities.

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; WaitDriverCount=1     ; Times the LVSDS checks for driver load
;                       ; status.
; WaitDriverDelay=0     ; Amount of time in ms the library waits
;                       ; before a new driver loaded check.
;
; Windows NT/2000:
; When application using LVSDS were started with the autorun feature
; or from the Startup group, the library loading could happen before
; the LVSDS kernel driver was completely loaded, resulting in not
; recognized boards and/or general application errors.


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; RxxOptoInCheckDelay=100
; RxxGpioInCheckDelay=100
;
; PicPortPro only. Range 0..5000 nsec
; Determines the time the hardware checks for opto / gpio input state
; before assuming it is valid.
; Increasing the values can be used to filter out noise on the input
; lines. Setting 0 disables the signal filtering.



[DSY.Options]
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; SavePalette=0
; 0 - Do not save LUT on a per-client basis
; 1 - Save LUT on a per-client basis, and reactivate it when client is active
; PrimaView only
SavePalette=0

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; StartupGreyScale=6
; 8 - Use 8 bit gray scale
; 6 - Use 6 bit gray scale (normal Win 3.1 setting)
; 0 - same as 8 (to be checked)
; PrimaView only
StartupGreyScale=6

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; LogLevel=0
; 0..5 - Different amount of logging strings: 0=All; >=5 only important
; It is not the same as the one in the PRV section; this affects only Daisy logs
LogLevel=0


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; ReconnectCamera=0
; 0 - Normal behaviour
; 1 - Reconnect last connected cameras on startup
; Warning - this procedure may fail when more than one camera has to be connected
ReconnectCamera=0


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; T26Adjust=7
; Fixes bug on TVP3026
; 0..? - Set the specified value to the T26_LATCH register if the 3026 is present (only with S3968)
; -1   - Disable T26 Adjustment
; PrimaView only
T26Adjust=7

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PrvConnDelay=5 (msec)
; time step value of connector identification algorithm


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PrvSlowClk=100..2800 (kHz) for
;	    =40..2800 [kHz] for SAM 9603.4ff
; pixel clock threshold value for slow scan mode enable

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PpxDefCPUMemSize=1728
; Default CPU memory allocation in KBytes for PicPort boards. The
; default value is enough for an image 768*576 in 32 bit color format.
; Windows NT 4.0 only.

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; MultipleInstance=0
; Windows NT only.
; When set to 1 Daisy shares PicPort DMA buffers in CPU memory among instances,
; allowing better resource management and preventing pointer mismatch.
; Other aspects of Daisy (i.e. camera connections, board settings) are
; not covered by this option, so the application is still responsible
; of their handling and synchronization.
; This mode uses more virtual memory, therefor affecting
; the size of the Windows page file, so do not use unless needed.


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
PLLAdjustMode=2
; Only for PicPort monochrome analog models.
;
;   0 = Use stored parameters. Recalculate when not valid.
;   1 = Recalculate parameters at each LVSDS start.
;   2 = Force parameter recalculation and reset to mode 0 on next LVSDS starts.
;   3 = Use theoretical values. No recalculation done.

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; VideoYUV422=0
; PicProdigy only.
;   0 = The YUV output format is YCrCb
;   1 = The YUV output format Y'UV as defined for composition of
;       NTSC and PAL video signals

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PPX_DMABurst=64
; PicPort only.
; Sets the PCI transfer burst length.
; Possible values are:     1 DWord
;                          2 DWord
;                          4 DWord
;                          8 DWord
;                         16 DWord
;                         32 DWord
;                         64 DWord
;                        128 DWord

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PPX_DMAThreshold=16
; PicPort only.
; Sets the PCI transfer threshold.
; Possible values are:     4 Valid data
;                          8 Valid data
;                         16 Valid data
;                         32 Valid data

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PPX_DEBIBurst=16
; PicPort only.
; Sets the DEBI transfer burst length.
; Possible values are:     1 DWord
;                          2 DWord
;                          4 DWord
;                          8 DWord
;                         16 DWord
;                         32 DWord
;                         64 DWord
;                        128 DWord


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; PPM_MaxMclk=90
; PPM_MinMclk=20
; PicPort monochrome only.
; Sets the clock limit in MHz.


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; RXX_MemorySize=0
; PicPortPro only.
; Determines the amount in MB of on-board memory used for image storage
; before sending over the PCI bus.
; When 0, LVSDS will use all the available on-board memory.
; The amount specified cannot be greater than the physical amount of
; the installed memory. In this case, the RXX_MemorySize has no effect
; and LVSDS will still use all the available memory for image storage.

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; RXX_Ch0_MemRatio=50
; PicPortPro only.
; Range: 10..90
; Determines the amount of on-board memory assigned to channel 0
; in form of percentage.
; On Stereo models the remaining available maemory is assigned
; to the second channel.
; Ignored for Mono models where the full memory is assigned to
; the unique channel.

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; RXX_FMBFill=256
; PicPortPro only.
; On-board memory fill warning. The board generates an Irq on
; line differences between input (camera) and output (PCI) crossing
; this warning level.

; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; RPSSafeJump=1
; PicPort only.
; When enabled, it fixes a Sequencer Dral acquisition problem due
; to amomalies in the PCI behaviour of some mainboards. The
; problem appears as blocks of black or not acquired lines inside
; the image. Enabling this option causes the Sequencer Dral code
; to use more space therefore an adjustment of the RPS memory size
; might be required.
; The anomalous behaviour is anyway rare.


[DSY.UserConnector]
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Define connector description when user connector found
; 21=SVideo


; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
; Special settings for VGA boards
; -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[VGA.104C_3D07]
Description=Texas TVP4020 Permedia 2
PCIBaseAddress=2

[VGA.10DE_0020]
Description=NVidia TNT
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0028]
Description=NVidia TNT2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0029]
Description=NVidia UTNT2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_002C]
Description=NVidia VTNT2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_002D]
Description=NVidia UVTNT2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_00A0]
Description=NVidia ITNT2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0100]
Description=NVidia GeForce SDR
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0101]
Description=NVidia GeForce DDR
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0103]
Description=NVidia Quadro
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0110]
Description=NVidia GeForce 2 MX
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0111]
Description=NVidia GeForce 2 MX2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0112]
Description=NVidia GeForce 2 Go
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0113]
Description=NVidia Quadro 2 MXR
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0150]
Description=NVidia GeForce 2 GTS
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0151]
Description=NVidia GeForce 2 GTS2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0152]
Description=NVidia GeForce 2 Ultra
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_01A0]
Description=NVidia IGeForce 2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0200]
Description=NVidia GeForce 3
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0201]
Description=NVidia GeForce 3-1
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0202]
Description=NVidia GeForce 3-2
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0203]
Description=NVidia Quadro DDC
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0250]
Description=NVidia GeForce 4 TI4600
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0258]
Description=NVidia NV25GL
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_02A0]
Description=NVidia NV2A
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.10DE_0171]
Description=NVidia GeForce 4 MX440
PCIBaseAddress=1

[VGA.5333_8D01]
Description=S3 Savage (Twister)
PCIBaseAddress=1

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