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CameraEnhancer - Camera Control

Basic Camera Control

Name Description
cameraOpenTimeout Specifies the timeout in milliseconds for opening the camera.
close Closes the currently active camera and stops the video stream.
getAllCameras Retrieves a list of all available video input devices (cameras) on the current device.
getAvailableResolutions Retrieves a list of available resolutions supported by the currently selected camera.
getCameraState Retrieves the current state of the camera.
getResolution Gets the current resolution of the video stream.
getSelectedCamera Returns the currently selected camera device.
getVideoSettings Retrieves the current video settings applied to the camera stream.
ifSaveLastUsedCamera Determines whether the last used camera settings should be saved and reused the next time the CameraEnhancer is initialized.
ifSkipCameraInspection Determines whether to skip the initial camera inspection process.
isOpen Checks if the camera is currently open and streaming video.
isPaused Checks if the video stream is currently paused.
open Opens the currently selected camera and starts the video stream.
pause Pauses the video stream without closing the camera.
resume Resumes the video stream from a paused state.
selectCamera Selects a specific camera for use by the CameraEnhancer.
setResolution Sets the resolution of the video stream to a specified value.
testCameraAccess Tests whether the application has access to the camera.
updateVideoSettings Updates the video settings for the camera stream with new constraints.
videoSrc Sets or returns the source URL for the video stream to be used by the CameraEnhancer.

Advanced Camera Control

Name Description
disableEnhancedFeatures Disables one or more previously enabled enhanced features.
enableEnhancedFeatures Enables one or more enhanced features that require a license.
getAutoZoomRange Retrieves the current auto zoom range settings for the camera.
getCameraSettings Retrieves the current settings of the camera.
getCapabilities Gets the capabilities of the current camera.
getColorTemperature Retrieves the current color temperature setting of the camera’s video feed.
getExposureCompensation Retrieves the current exposure compensation setting of the camera’s video feed.
getFocusSettings Retrieves the current focus settings of the camera.
getFrameRate Retrieves the current frame rate of the camera’s video stream.
getZoomSettings Retrieves the current zoom settings of the camera.
resetZoom Resets the zoom level of the camera to its default value.
setAutoZoomRange Sets the auto zoom range for the camera.
setColorTemperature Sets the color temperature of the camera’s video feed.
setExposureCompensation Sets the exposure compensation of the camera’s video feed.
setFocus Sets the focus mode of the camera.
setFrameRate Sets the frame rate of the camera’s video stream.
setZoom Sets the zoom level of the camera.
turnOffTorch Turns off the camera’s torch (flashlight) mode.
turnOnTorch Turns on the camera’s torch (flashlight) mode, if supported.

cameraOpenTimeout

Specifies the timeout in milliseconds for opening the camera.

This property sets a limit on how long the CameraEnhancer will attempt to open the camera before timing out. It can be adjusted to accommodate different devices and scenarios, ensuring that the application does not hang indefinitely while trying to access the camera.

NOTE

  • The default value is 4000 ms.
  • Setting 0 means canceling the timeout or waiting indefinitely.
cameraOpenTimeout: number;

Code Snippet

// Set the timeout to 10 seconds.
cameraEnhancer.cameraOpenTimeout = 10000;

close

Closes the currently active camera and stops the video stream.

close(): void;

Parameters

None.

Return value

None.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.close();

getAllCameras

Retrieves a list of all available video input devices (cameras) on the current device.

getAllCameras(): Promise<Array<VideoDeviceInfo>>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves with an array of VideoDeviceInfo objects representing each available camera.

Code Snippet

let cameras = await cameraEnhancer.getAllCameras();
if (cameras.length) {
    await cameraEnhancer.selectCamera(cameras[0]);
}

See also

VideoDeviceInfo

getAvailableResolutions

Retrieves a list of available resolutions supported by the currently selected camera.

NOTE

  1. The returned resolutions are limited to these values “160 by 120”, “320 by 240”, “480 by 360”, “640 by 480”, “800 by 600”, “960 by 720”, “1280 by 720”, “1920 by 1080”, “2560 by 1440”, “3840 by 2160”.
  2. The SDK tests all these resolutions to find out which ones are supported. As a result, the method may be time-consuming.
getAvailableResolutions(): Promise<Array<Resolution>>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves with an array of Resolution objects representing each supported resolution.

Code Snippet

const resolutions = await cameraEnhancer.getAvailableResolutions();
console.log(resolutions);

getCameraState

Retrieves the current state of the camera.

getCameraState(): string;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A string indicating the camera’s current state, which can be “opening”, “open”, or “closed”.

Code Snippet

let state = cameraEnhancer.getCameraState();
console.log("The camera is " + state);

getResolution

Gets the current resolution of the video stream.

getResolution(): Resolution;

Parameters

None.

Return value

The current Resolution of the video stream.

Code Snippet

let resolution = cameraEnhancer.getResolution();
console.log(resolution.width + " x " + resolution.height);

See also

Resolution

getSelectedCamera

Returns the currently selected camera device.

getSelectedCamera(): VideoDeviceInfo;

Parameters

None.

Return value

The VideoDeviceInfo object representing the currently active camera.

Code Snippet

let camera = cameraEnhancer.getSelectedCamera();
console.log(camera.label);

See also

VideoDeviceInfo

getVideoSettings

Retrieves the current video settings applied to the camera stream.

getVideoSettings(): MediaStreamConstraints

Parameters

None.

Return value

The current MediaStreamConstraints object representing the video stream’s settings.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.getVideoSettings();

See also

MediaStreamConstraints

ifSaveLastUsedCamera

Determines whether the last used camera settings should be saved and reused the next time the CameraEnhancer is initialized.

The default is false.

When set to true, the enhancer attempts to restore the previously used camera settings, offering a more seamless user experience across sessions.

NOTE

  • This feature makes use of the localStorage of the browser.
  • This feature only works on mainstream browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. Other browsers may change the device IDs dynamically thus making it impossible to track the camera.
ifSaveLastUsedCamera: boolean;

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.ifSaveLastUsedCamera = true;

ifSkipCameraInspection

Determines whether to skip the initial camera inspection process.

The default is false, which means to opt for an optimal rear camera at the first open().

Setting this property to true bypasses the automatic inspection and configuration that typically occurs when a camera connection is established. This can be useful for scenarios where the default inspection process may not be desirable or necessary.

Note that if a previously used camera is already available in the localStorage, the inspection is skipped automatically. Read more on ifSaveLastUsedCamera.

ifSkipCameraInspection: boolean;

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.ifSkipCameraInspection = true;

isOpen

Checks if the camera is currently open and streaming video.

isOpen(): boolean;

Parameters

None.

Return value

Boolean indicating whether the camera is open (true) or not (false).

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.isOpen();

isPaused

Checks if the video stream is currently paused.

isPaused(): boolean;

Parameters

None.

Return value

Boolean indicating whether the video stream is paused (true) or active (false).

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.isPaused();

open

Opens the currently selected camera and starts the video stream.

open(): Promise<PlayCallbackInfo>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves with a PlayCallbackInfo object with details about the operation’s outcome.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.open();

See also

PlayCallbackInfo

pause

Pauses the video stream without closing the camera.

pause(): void;

Parameters

None.

Return value

None.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.pause();

resume

Resumes the video stream from a paused state.

resume(): Promise<void>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the video stream resumes. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.resume();

selectCamera

Selects a specific camera for use by the CameraEnhancer. The camera can be specified by a VideoDeviceInfo object or by its device ID.

If called before open() or show(), the selected camera will be used. Otherwise, the system will decide which one to use.

selectCamera(cameraObjectOrDeviceID: VideoDeviceInfo | string): Promise<PlayCallbackInfo>;

Parameters

cameraObjectOrDeviceID: the VideoDeviceInfo object or device ID string of the camera to select.

Return value

A promise that resolves with a PlayCallbackInfo object indicating the outcome of the camera selection operation.

Code Snippet

let cameras = await cameraEnhancer.getAllCameras();
if (cameras.length) {
    await cameraEnhancer.selectCamera(cameras[0]);
}

See also

PlayCallbackInfo

setResolution

Sets the resolution of the video stream to a specified value. If the specified resolution is not exactly supported, the closest resolution will be applied.

If called before open() or show(), the camera will use the set resolution when it opens. Otherwise, the default resolution used is 1920x1080 on desktop and 1280x720 on mobile devices.

setResolution(resolution: Resolution): Promise<PlayCallbackInfo>;

Parameters

resolution: the Resolution to which the video stream should be set.

Return value

A promise that resolves with a PlayCallbackInfo object with details about the operation’s outcome.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.setResolution({width:1280, height:720});

See also

Resolution

testCameraAccess

Tests whether the application has access to the camera. This static method can be used before initializing a CameraEnhancer instance to ensure that the device’s camera can be accessed, providing a way to handle permissions or other access issues preemptively.

This method offers the additional advantage of accelerating the camera opening process for the first time.

static testCameraAccess(): Promise<{ ok: boolean, message: string }>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves with an object containing:

  • ok: Boolean indicating whether camera access is available.
  • message: A string providing additional information or the reason why camera access is not available, if applicable.

Code Snippet

const testResponse = await Dynamsoft.DCE.CameraEnhancer.testCameraAccess();
if (testResponse.ok) {
    console.log(testResponse.message);
}

updateVideoSettings

Updates the video settings for the camera stream with new constraints.

updateVideoSettings(constraints: MediaStreamConstraints): Promise<void>;

Parameters

constraints: the new MediaStreamConstraints to apply to the video stream.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the new MediaStreamConstraints is applied. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.updateVideoSettings({
    video: {
        width: {
            ideal: 1280
        },
        height: {
            ideal: 720
        },
        facingMode: {
            ideal: 'environment'
        }
    }
});

See also

MediaStreamConstraints

PlayCallbackInfo

videoSrc

Sets or returns the source URL for the video stream to be used by the CameraEnhancer.

  1. You can use this property to specify an existing video as the source to play which will be processed the same way as the video feed from a live camera.

  2. When playing an existing video, the camera selection and video selection boxes will be hidden.

videoSrc: string;

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.videoSrc = "PATH-TO-A-MP4";

disableEnhancedFeatures

Disables one or more previously enabled enhanced features.

disableEnhancedFeatures(enhancedFeatures: EnumEnhancedFeatures): void;

Parameters

enhancedFeatures: an enum value or a bitwise combination of EnumEnhancedFeatures indicating the features to be disabled.

Return value

None.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.disableEnhancedFeatures(Dynamsoft.DCE.EnumEnhancedFeatures.EF_AUTO_ZOOM);

See also

EnumEnhancedFeatures

enableEnhancedFeatures

Enables one or more enhanced features.

  • The enhanced features require a license, and only take effect when used in conjunction with other functional products under the Dynamsoft Capture Vision(DCV)architecture.
  • EF_ENHANCED_FOCUS and EF_TAP_TO_FOCUS only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.
enableEnhancedFeatures(enhancedFeatures: EnumEnhancedFeatures): Promise<void>;

Parameters

enhancedFeatures: an enum value or a bitwise combination of EnumEnhancedFeatures indicating the features to be enabled.

Return value

None.

Code Snippet

// License is required.
Dynamsoft.License.LicenseManager.initLicense("YOUR-LICENSE");
await cameraEnhancer.enableEnhancedFeatures(Dynamsoft.DCE.EnumEnhancedFeatures.EF_AUTO_ZOOM);

See also

EnumEnhancedFeatures

getAutoZoomRange

Retrieves the current auto zoom range settings for the camera.

getAutoZoomRange(): { min: number, max: number };

Parameters

None.

Return value

An object representing the current auto zoom range, including the minimum and maximum zoom levels.

Code Snippet

let zoomRange = cameraEnhancer.getAutoZoomRange();

getCameraSettings

Retrieves the current settings of the camera.

getCameraSettings(): MediaTrackSettings;

Parameters

None.

Return value

The MediaTrackSettings object representing the current settings of the camera’s video track.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.getCameraSettings();
/* Result sample
{
  aspectRatio: 1.3333333333333333,
  brightness: 0,
  colorTemperature: 4600,
  contrast: 0,
  deviceId: "3a505c29a3312600ea0afd79f8e2b4ba4fba3e539257801ff1de8718c27f2bed",
  exposureMode: "continuous",
  exposureTime: 156.25,
  focusDistance: 120,
  focusMode: "continuous",
  frameRate: 30,
  groupId: "35a82dcb7d5b0ef5bda550718d194f04a812c976175e926ccb81fb9d235d010f",
  height: 480,
  resizeMode: "none",
  saturation: 73,
  sharpness: 2,
  whiteBalanceMode: "continuous",
  width: 640
}
*/

See also

getCapabilities

MediaTrackSettings

getCapabilities

Gets the capabilities of the current camera.

At present, this method only works in Edge, Safari, Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers (Firefox is not supported). Also, it should be called when a camera is open.

getCapabilities(): MediaTrackCapabilities;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A MediaTrackCapabilities object representing the capabilities of the camera’s video track.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.getCapabilities();
/* Result sample
{
  aspectRatio: {max: 1280, min: 0.001388888888888889},
  brightness: {max: 64, min: -64, step: 1},
  colorTemperature: {max: 6500, min: 2800, step: 10},
  contrast: {max: 95, min: 0, step: 1},
  deviceId: "3a505c29a3312600ea0afd79f8e2b4ba4fba3e539257801ff1de8718c27f2bed",
  exposureMode: ["continuous", "manual"],
  exposureTime: {max: 10000, min: 39.0625, step: 39.0625},
  facingMode: [],
  focusDistance: {max: 

1024, min: 0, step: 10},
  focusMode: ["continuous", "manual"],
  frameRate: {max: 30, min: 0},
  groupId: "35a82dcb7d5b0ef5bda550718d194f04a812c976175e926ccb81fb9d235d010f",
  height: {max: 720, min: 1},
  resizeMode: ["none", "crop-and-scale"],
  saturation: {max: 100, min: 0, step: 1},
  sharpness: {max: 7, min: 1, step: 1},
  whiteBalanceMode: ["continuous", "manual"],
  width: {max: 1280, min: 1}
}
*/

See also

MediaTrackCapabilities

getColorTemperature

Retrieves the current color temperature setting of the camera’s video feed.

This method should be called when the camera is turned on. Note that it only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.

getColorTemperature(): number;

Parameters

None.

Return value

The current color temperature in Kelvin.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.getColorTemperature();

getExposureCompensation

Retrieves the current exposure compensation setting of the camera’s video feed.

This method should be called when the camera is turned on. Note that it only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.

getExposureCompensation(): number;

Parameters

None.

Return value

The current exposure compensation value.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.getExposureCompensation();

getFocusSettings

Retrieves the current focus settings of the camera.

type FocusArea = {
    centerPoint: { x: string, y: string };
    width: string;
    height: string;
};
getFocusSettings(): {mode: string} | {mode: "manual", area: FocusArea} | {mode: "manual", distance: number} | null;

Parameters

None.

Return value

An object representing the current focus settings or null.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.getFocusSettings();

See also

getCapabilities

getFrameRate

Retrieves the current frame rate of the camera’s video stream.

getFrameRate(): number;

Parameters

None.

Return value

The current frame rate in frames per second (fps).

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.getFrameRate();

getZoomSettings

Retrieves the current zoom settings of the camera.

getZoomSettings(): { factor: number };

Parameters

None.

Return value

An object containing the current zoom settings. As present, it contains only the zoom factor.

Code Snippet

console.log(cameraEnhancer.getZoomSettings().factor);

resetZoom

Resets the zoom level of the camera to its default value.

resetZoom(): Promise<void>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the zoom level has been successfully reset. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.resetZoom();

setAutoZoomRange

Sets the auto zoom range for the camera.

EF_AUTO_ZOOM is one of the enhanced features that require a license, and is only effective when used in conjunction with other functional products of Dynamsoft.

setAutoZoomRange(range: { min: number, max: number }): void;

Parameters

range: an object specifying the minimum and maximum zoom levels. Both min and max should be positive numbers, with min less than or equal to max.

The default is {min: 1, max: 999}.

Return value

None.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.setAutoZoomRange({min: 1, max: 5});

setColorTemperature

Sets the color temperature of the camera’s video feed.

This method should be called when the camera is turned on. Note that it only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.

setColorTemperature(colorTemperature: number): Promise<void>;

Parameters

colorTemperature: the desired color temperature in Kelvin.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the color temperature has been successfully set. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.setColorTemperature(5000);

See also

getCapabilities

setExposureCompensation

Sets the exposure compensation of the camera’s video feed.

This method should be called when the camera is turned on. Note that it only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.

setExposureCompensation(exposureCompensation: number): Promise<void>;

Parameters

exposureCompensation: the desired exposure compensation value.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the exposure compensation has been successfully set. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.setExposureCompensation(-0.7);

See also

getCapabilities

setFocus

Sets the focus mode of the camera. This method allows for both manual and continuous focus configurations, as well as specifying a focus area.

NOTE:

  • This method should be called when the camera is turned on. Note that it only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.
  • Typically, continuous mode works best. manual mode based on a specific area helps the camera focus on that particular area which may seem blurry under continuous mode. manual mode with specified distances is for those rare cases where the camera distance must be fine-tuned to get the best results.
setFocus(settings: { mode: string } | { mode: 'manual', distance: number } | {
    mode: 'manual', area: {
        centerPoint: { x: string, y: string };
        // If not specified, the width is 1/6 of the video width or height, whichever is narrower
        width?: string;
        // If not specified, the height is 1/6 of the video width or height, whichever is narrower
        height?: string;
    }
}): Promise<void>;

Parameters

settings: an object describing the focus settings. The structure of this object varies depending on the mode specified (continuous, manual with fixed distance, or manual with specific area).

Return value

A promise that resolves when the focus settings have been successfully applied. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

The “continuous” mode invokes the camera to focus automatically and continuously. Use getCapabilities() to inspect whether the camera supports “continuous” mode.

if (cameraEnhancer.getCapabilities().focusMode.find(mode => mode.localeCompare('continuous') == 0)) {
    await cameraEnhancer.setFocus({
        mode: "continuous"
    });
}

The “manual” mode means manually specifying the focus distance. Use getCapabilities() to inspect the distance range.

cameraEnhancer.getCapabilities().focusDistance; > //{max: 1024, min: 0, step: 10}

NOTE: If the set distance is between two allowed values, it will be rounded to the nearest value.

await cameraEnhancer.setFocus({
    mode: "manual",
    distance: 200
});

The SDK also has a built-in algorithm that adjusts focus distance based on the blurriness of a particular area. Specify the area with the parameter area .

NOTE: the area is a rectangle defined by its center point and its width and height. All coordinates can be in pixels or percentages, such as “500px” or “50%”. Percentages are based on stream dimensions.

await cameraEnhancer.setFocus({
    mode: "manual",
    area: {
        centerPoint: {
            x: "50%",
            y: "50%"
        },
        width: "50%",
        height: "50%"
    }
});

See also

getCapabilities

setFrameRate

Sets the frame rate of the camera’s video stream.

At present, this method only works in Edge, Safari, Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers (Firefox is not supported). Also, it should be called when a camera is open. If you provide a value that exceeds the camera’s capabilities, we will automatically adjust it to the maximum value that can be applied.

setFrameRate(rate: number): Promise<void>;

Parameters

rate: the desired frame rate in frames per second (fps).

Return value

A promise that resolves when the frame rate has been successfully set. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.setFrameRate(10);

See also

getCapabilities

setZoom

Sets the zoom level of the camera.

How it works:

  1. If the camera supports zooming and the zoom factor is within its supported range, zooming is done directly by the camera.
  2. If the camera does not support zooming, software-based magnification is used instead.
  3. If the camera supports zooming but the zoom factor is beyond what it supports, the camera’s maximum zoom is used, and software-based magnification is used to do the rest. (In this case, you may see a brief video flicker between the two zooming processes).
setZoom(settings:{factor: number}): Promise<void>;

Parameters

settings: an object containing the zoom settings. settings.factor: A number specifying the zoom level. At present, it is the only available setting.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the zoom level has been successfully set. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

cameraEnhancer.setZoom({
    factor: 3
});

See also

getCapabilities

turnOffTorch

Turns off the camera’s torch (flashlight) mode.

This method should be called when the camera is turned on. Note that it only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.

turnOffTorch(): Promise<void>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the torch has been successfully turned off. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.turnOffTorch();

See also

turnOnTorch

getCapabilities

turnOnTorch

Turns on the camera’s torch (flashlight) mode, if supported.

This method should be called when the camera is turned on. Note that it only works with Chromium-based browsers such as Edge and Chrome on Windows or Android. Other browsers such as Firefox or Safari are not supported. Note that all browsers on iOS (including Chrome) use WebKit as the rendering engine and are not supported.

turnOnTorch(): Promise<void>;

Parameters

None.

Return value

A promise that resolves when the torch has been successfully turned on. It does not provide any value upon resolution.

Code Snippet

await cameraEnhancer.turnOnTorch();

See also

turnOffTorch

getCapabilities

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