This application note shows how to create a USB device compliant to the
standard USB still image capture device class on an XMOS multicore
microcontroller. The code associated with this application note provides an
example of using the ...
Jun 15, 2016 ...USB defines class code information that is used to identify a device's functionality
and to nominally load a device ... This base class is defined for devices that
conform to the Imaging Device Class Specification found on the ...
Jul 10, 2018 ... CWiauPropertyList, The CWiauPropertyList class can be used to create and
maintain a list of properties for a ... IOCTL_GET_CHANNEL_ALIGN_RQST,
Returns a USB device's maximum packet size for the read, write, and ...
May 7, 2018 ... ... class driver. This includes USB devices that comply with the USB HID Standard
and non-USB devices that use a HID minidriver. ... This class includes still-image
capture devices, digital cameras, and scanners. IrDA Devices
The USB video device class is a USB device class that describes devices
capable of streaming video like webcams, digital camcorders, transcoders,
analog video converters and still-image cameras. The latest revision of the USB
video class ...
Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) is a protocol developed by the International
Imaging Industry Association to allow the transfer of images from digital cameras
to computers and other peripheral devices without the need of additional device
drivers. The protocol has been standardized as ISO 15740. It is further
standardized for USB by the USB Implementers Forum as the still image capture
The USB mass storage device class is a set of computing communications
protocols, specifically a USB Device Class, defined by the USB Implementers
Forum that makes a USB device accessible to a host computing device and
enables file ...
Some defined class codes are allowed to be used only in a Device Descriptor,
others can be used in both Device and ... This base class is defined for devices
that conform to the Imaging Device Class Specification found on the USB-IF
Dec 16, 1997 ... to more than one class of USB device, but are not required by all. USB devices.
0.7c. January 2 ... USB conventions, this would require two interfaces, one
defined by an imaging class and another by an audio class. However ...