I can call pframe->TimeStamp(), without a problem but not pframe->TimeStampFrequency();
TimeStampFrequency is not a member of 'CameraLibrary::Frame' what is it a member of.
And what exactly does it return, I know is frequency but is it the rate at which your data is transmitted, which should be what you originally set the frame rate to, i.e. Camera rate is 99.95 +/- 0.1%? or some other number.
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In the new Camera SDK, there is no need for TimeStampFrequency(). Now when you call frame->TimeStamp(), the time stamp returned is in units of seconds. The TimeStamp() value is relative to the time execution of your application started.