With GVSP, the timestamp of when the camera captures the image is in the header part pf the packet, which can be accessed via inputting custom keys into specific NI-IMAQ functions in LabVIEW. A timestamp in LabVIEW consists of 64 bits of data, and both keys represent 32-bits of this information corresponding to the upper and lower halves. The two custom data keys, IMAQdxTimestampHigh and IMAQdxTimestampLow, can inputted into the IMAQ Read Custom Data VI to get the camera timestamp.
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