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I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:

   http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

Directly copy/paste from the last pages in the PDF

Once your Raspberry Pi computer has rebooted, you can login again and run the camera software to take photographs or record video.

  1. Online help (gives you all of the command-line options available)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

  2. Taking a simple photograph

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –o file.jpg

  3. Recording a simple video

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid –o file.h264

    Please note that when recording video the camera module will not record any sound – this unit will only capture HD video images only.

  4. Taking some time lapsed images (in this case the images are 30ms apart)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –tl 30 –o file%d.jpg

    Note the filename – the %d will be replaced with an integer (creating file1.jpg, file2.jpg etc).

    This software will continue taking images until you press ‘CTRL-C’ to terminate the program.

  5. Using the image effects when taking photographs or capturing video This command will take a picture in ‘negative’ pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –ifx negative –o negative_image.jpg

    For a full list of image effects when taking photographs type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

    For a full list of image effects when recording video type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

OR IF YOU CAN PROGRAM C/C++

http://robotblogging.blogspot.dk/2013/10/an-efficient-and-simple-c-api-for.html

I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:

 http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

Directly copy/paste from the last pages in the PDF

Once your Raspberry Pi computer has rebooted, you can login again and run the camera software to take photographs or record video.

  1. Online help (gives you all of the command-line options available)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

  2. Taking a simple photograph

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –o file.jpg

  3. Recording a simple video

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid –o file.h264

    Please note that when recording video the camera module will not record any sound – this unit will only capture HD video images only.

  4. Taking some time lapsed images (in this case the images are 30ms apart)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –tl 30 –o file%d.jpg

    Note the filename – the %d will be replaced with an integer (creating file1.jpg, file2.jpg etc).

    This software will continue taking images until you press ‘CTRL-C’ to terminate the program.

  5. Using the image effects when taking photographs or capturing video This command will take a picture in ‘negative’ pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –ifx negative –o negative_image.jpg

    For a full list of image effects when taking photographs type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

    For a full list of image effects when recording video type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:  http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

Directly copy/paste from the last pages in the PDF

Once your Raspberry Pi computer has rebooted, you can login again and run the camera software to take photographs or record video.

  1. Online help (gives you all of the command-line options available)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

  2. Taking a simple photograph

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –o file.jpg

  3. Recording a simple video

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid –o file.h264

    Please note that when recording video the camera module will not record any sound – this unit will only capture HD video images only.

  4. Taking some time lapsed images (in this case the images are 30ms apart)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –tl 30 –o file%d.jpg

    Note the filename – the %d will be replaced with an integer (creating file1.jpg, file2.jpg etc).

    This software will continue taking images until you press ‘CTRL-C’ to terminate the program.

  5. Using the image effects when taking photographs or capturing video This command will take a picture in ‘negative’ pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –ifx negative –o negative_image.jpg

    For a full list of image effects when taking photographs type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

    For a full list of image effects when recording video type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

OR IF YOU CAN PROGRAM C/C++

http://robotblogging.blogspot.dk/2013/10/an-efficient-and-simple-c-api-for.html

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I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:

http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

Directly copy/paste from the last pages in the PDF

Once your Raspberry Pi computer has rebooted, you can login again and run the camera software to take photographs or record video.

  1. Online help (gives you all of the command-line options available)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

  2. Taking a simple photograph

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –o file.jpg

  3. Recording a simple video

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid –o file.h264

    Please note that when recording video the camera module will not record any sound – this unit will only capture HD video images only.

  4. Taking some time lapsed images (in this case the images are 30ms apart)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –tl 30 –o file%d.jpg

    Note the filename – the %d will be replaced with an integer (creating file1.jpg, file2.jpg etc).

    This software will continue taking images until you press ‘CTRL-C’ to terminate the program.

  5. Using the image effects when taking photographs or capturing video This command will take a picture in ‘negative’ pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –ifx negative –o negative_image.jpg

    For a full list of image effects when taking photographs type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

    For a full list of image effects when recording video type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:

http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:

http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

Directly copy/paste from the last pages in the PDF

Once your Raspberry Pi computer has rebooted, you can login again and run the camera software to take photographs or record video.

  1. Online help (gives you all of the command-line options available)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

  2. Taking a simple photograph

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –o file.jpg

  3. Recording a simple video

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid –o file.h264

    Please note that when recording video the camera module will not record any sound – this unit will only capture HD video images only.

  4. Taking some time lapsed images (in this case the images are 30ms apart)

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –tl 30 –o file%d.jpg

    Note the filename – the %d will be replaced with an integer (creating file1.jpg, file2.jpg etc).

    This software will continue taking images until you press ‘CTRL-C’ to terminate the program.

  5. Using the image effects when taking photographs or capturing video This command will take a picture in ‘negative’ pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam –ifx negative –o negative_image.jpg

    For a full list of image effects when taking photographs type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspicam

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

    For a full list of image effects when recording video type:

    pi@raspberrypi ~ $ /opt/vc/bin/raspivid

    To read the help screen and all available command line options.

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I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:

http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

I work with C# myself. I haven't played with camera capture, but other sorts of hardware. You can install MONO (opensource version of .NET incase you didnt know) and then you can make your application in C#.

You can either write the application on a "bigger" platform using MonoDeveloper (Visualstudio kinda thing) or you can just use command line compiling directly on the PI. I havent done the latter, as my hardware was only USB driven so I just developed directly on Windows and tested as far as I could.

It's not the "complete solution" to your answer, I am afraid, but... look for "install MONO on raspberry pi"... that ought to get you started.

NOTE Just researched a bit. It looks like it's installed with a driver on the Raspberry PI, so you might just be able to execute the commandline interface in a console kinda behaviour.

Anyways, found some docs: http://www.element14.com/community/servlet/JiveServlet/downloadBody/54413-102-1-273177/Unofficial%20guide%20to%20getting%20up%20and%20running%20with%20the%20Raspberry%20Pi%20Camera.pdf

on this page:

http://www.adafruit.com/products/1367

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