Image Acquisition Toolbox™ supports UVC devices, such as USB webcams, using Video 4 Linux® 2 (V4L2) drivers. The previous version, Video 4 Linux 1, is not supported by the toolbox. See the Troubleshooting section of the Image Acquisition Toolbox documentation for additional information.
To test your video capture device for compatibility with the toolbox, verify your hardware is functioning properly by running the WebCam application that came with your Linux distribution (for example, the Cheese or Camorama application). If you can start, run, and close the utility without encountering any errors, the device may work with Image Acquisition Toolbox.
Many manufacturers provide cameras and frame grabbers that are compatible with Linux systems. More detailed information is available for manufacturers linked below.
Please see the Troubleshooting section of the Image Acquisition Toolbox documentation for additional information.
Video 4 Linux 2 is supported on the following operating systems:
Related Hardware Support Views: Allied Vision, Automotive, Basler, Baumer, Biotech and Pharmaceutical, Consumer Electronics, Consumer Goods, Creative, FLIR, GEViCAM, Hewlett-Packard, Image Acquisition Toolbox, Image Processing and Computer Vision, Imperx, Industrial Automation and Machinery, JAI, Logitech, MathWorks Supported, MATLAB Product Family, Matrix Vision, Metals, Materials, and Mining, Microsoft, PixeLINK, Point Grey, Semiconductor, Sony, Support Package Installer Enabled, Teledyne DALSA, Toshiba Teli, V4L2
Support Package Installer installs this support package. To start the installer, go to the MATLAB toolstrip and click Add-Ons > Get Hardware Support Packages. For more information, read the documentation.