Starting and stopping f455 camera with Python
Hi Yu-Chern Peh , Munesh , Kahren
In the examples we looked at by considering the "viewer.py" code in Python, we can start the camera and take its image with the following two lines.
"p = rsid_py.Preview(preview_cfg)
However, in the stop part of the camera, the application is closed directly by using the "os._exit(0)" line. I would appreciate if you can help us how to stop the camera without closing the application.
yes, I tried, but it didn't work. I thought of adding a condition to the endless loop in the code.
Regarding this request, let's wait for the developers in GitHub to comment about this.
From my side, I tried exiting the thread by using thread.join() or set daemon=False, but resulting in the application hangs.
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Hi Yu-Chern Peh
Yes, I'm running the tests with thread.join(). However, since the application crashes on the python side, the images are corrupted.
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