NITVISION – A brand new software for NIT USB and GigE cameras

Apr 14, 2021 | News

Since launching, we’ve incorporated a ton of great new features into our software to help you take full control of the camera. Never settle down! Today we’re glad to introduce you to a brand new camera software that has been developed to simplify your workflow. Moreover, now you can run your USB and GigE cameras with a unique software – NITVISION.

NITVISION is our new software providing all the tools necessary to control our USB and GigE cameras, including our brand new Mpix SWIR camera – SenS 1280.

It replaces our legacy GUIs:  WiDyVISION, MagicVISION, and NITViewerGIGE.
This display application is based on our new NITLibrary 3.0 SDK to help you build your own blocks around our SDK.

With NITVISION, you can access every feature you need for image monitoring:

  • Control of USB and GigE cameras.
  • Live streaming.
  • Snapshot images of raw and filtered captures (TIFF, PNG, JPEG formats).
  • Recording of raw and filtered streaming (PTW and AVI formats).
  • Analyzing and profiling tools.

You will soon be able to download our software directly from the Download page (May 2021).

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