New GUIs and SDKs updates

Oct 27, 2021 | News

The new versions of NITLibrary (v3.2) and NITVision GUI (v1.2) are now available for download. In this new version, new cameras are supported:

This update expands the range of operating systems supported by NITVision GUIs. The graphic user interface is now available on Linux for x86_64 and ARM64 (Aarch64) systems.

  • NITVision :
    • x86/x64 systems:
      • Windows (update)
      • Linux:
        • Ubuntu 18.04 (*new)
        • Ubuntu 20.04 – Python 3.8 (*new)
        • Debian 9 – Python 3.5 (*new)
        • Debian 11 – Python 3.9 (*new)
    • Arm (Aarch64) systems:
        • Ubuntu 18.04 (*new)

Python support is now available on NITLibrary 3.X:

    • NITLibrary 3.2 supported OS and programming languages:
      • x86/x64 systems:
        • Windows:
          • C++ (update)
          • Python 3.5 / 3.6 / 3.8 / 3.9 (*new)
        • Ubuntu 18.04
          • C++ (update)
          • Python 3.6 (*new)
        • Ubuntu 20.04
          • C++ (*new)
          • Python 3.8 (*new)
        • Debian 9
          • C++ (update)
          • Python 3.5 (*new)
        • Debian 11
          • C++ (*new)
          • Python 3.9 (*new)
      • Arm (Aarch64) systems:
        • Ubuntu 18.04
          • C++ (update)
          • Python 3.6 (*new)

You can now log in and download all software updates directly on the Download page.

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