Why do I receive a segmentation violation when I try

Why do I receive a segmentation violation when I try to access my BASLER A601fc DCAM compliant 1394 camera using Image Acquisition Toolbox 1.8 (R14SP2)?

I am using the CMU DCAM driver 6.3.0.0 (1394Camera.dll) with BASLER A601fc DCAM compliant 1394 camera. When I try to create a video input object using the following function:

vidobj =videoinput('dcam')

MATLAB issues the following segmentation violation:

[0] imaqmex.dll:private: void __thiscall IMAQRoot::initTriggerStatus(void)(0x03512e50, 0, 0x0e336a70, 3) + 120 bytes   [1] udd_mi.dll:_ouConstructObjectWithErrorTrap(0x01219f28, 3, 0x00cdd028, 0x00cdccfc) + 507 bytes   [2] udd_mi.dll:_ouConstructObject(0, 3, 0x00cdd028, 0x00cdcfcc) + 152 bytes   [3] m_dispatcher.dll:public: virtual void __thiscall Mfh_opaque_constructor::dispatch_mf(int,struct mxArray_tag * *,int,struct mxArray_tag * *)(1, 0x00cdcfc8, 3, 0x00cdd028) + 102 bytes [4] m_dispatcher.dll:public: virtual void __thiscall Mfh_MATLAB_fn::dispatch_fh(int,struct mxArray_tag * *,int,struct mxArray_tag * *)(1, 0x00cdcfc8, 3, 0x00cdd028) + 200 bytes [5] m_interpreter.dll:int __cdecl mdDispatch(int,char const *,int,struct mxArray_tag * *,int,struct mxArray_tag * *,class Mfh_MATLAB_fn * *)(562, 0x0e3a3a74 "imaq.imaq_dcam1_1", 1, 0x00cdcfc8) + 88 bytes   [6] m_interpreter.dll:_inDispatchFromStack(562, 0x0e3a3a74 "imaq.imaq_dcam1_1", 1, 3) + 801 bytes

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This bug has been fixed in Release 2006b (R2006b). For previous product releases, read below for any possible workarounds:

We have verified that there is a bug in the Image Acquisition Toolbox 1.8 (R14SP2) in the way that it handles this particular type of DCAM format 7 Camera.

To work around this issue, try using one of the non-format 7 modes of the camera, which has almost the same resolution as the format 7 mode, as follows:

vidobj = videoinput('dcam', 1, 'Y422_640x480');

You can find the supported formats of your camera by running the IMAQSUPPORT function. For more information regarding this function, type the following command at the MATLAB command prompt:

help imaqsupport

You can view the supported DCAM formats of your camera under the “DCAM ADAPTOR” section of the file produced by the above function.

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