Running Image Processing
The Image Processor Window displays script print commands and program
status. It may be displayed by selecting the [Options|Show
IMP Window] menu option. When displayed, this
window may be moved and re-sized. To hide the window re-select the
The Image Processor status may be monitored by the LEDís The green light
indicates that a script is running. The yellow light is on when executing
instructions, off when the Image Processor is idle.
Loading a New Script:
Select the [Process|Load New Script]
Select the script file from the file selection dialog box.
The selected Image Processing script program will automatically load and
Running the Current Script:
Select the [Process|Run Current Script]
The selected script program will start.
Halting a Running Script:
Select the [Process|Halt Processing]
The running script program will stop at the next execution cycle.
If the script is executing a loop command then the program will halt after
the last loop is executed..
Single Stepping a Script Program:
Script execution will pause when the Image Processor encounters a
within the script program.
The program will execute the next instruction and halt when the
[Process|Single Step] menu option is selected.
The next instruction will be displayed in the Image Processor Window.
Select the [Process|Auto Process ROI]
The current script program will start after a ROI region is specified.
This is normally selected within the script program ( AUTOROI
) and generally used as a status indicator.