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src/b/m/BMC-HEAD/functions/btk/win64/btk.py   BMC(Download)
        The index starts from 0 and correspond to the first frame of the acquisition. By default, all the frames are extracted and boundaries are set to -1.
        """
        return _btk.btkSubAcquisitionFilter_GetFramesIndex(self)
 
    def SetFramesIndex(self, *args):

src/b/m/BMC-HEAD/functions/btk/win32/btk.py   BMC(Download)
        The index starts from 0 and correspond to the first frame of the acquisition. By default, all the frames are extracted and boundaries are set to -1.
        """
        return _btk.btkSubAcquisitionFilter_GetFramesIndex(self)
 
    def SetFramesIndex(self, *args):

src/b/m/BMC-HEAD/functions/btk/linux64/btk.py   BMC(Download)
        The index starts from 0 and correspond to the first frame of the acquisition. By default, all the frames are extracted and boundaries are set to -1.
        """
        return _btk.btkSubAcquisitionFilter_GetFramesIndex(self)
 
    def SetFramesIndex(self, *args):

src/b/m/BMC-HEAD/functions/btk/linux32/btk.py   BMC(Download)
        The index starts from 0 and correspond to the first frame of the acquisition. By default, all the frames are extracted and boundaries are set to -1.
        """
        return _btk.btkSubAcquisitionFilter_GetFramesIndex(self)
 
    def SetFramesIndex(self, *args):

src/b/m/BMC-HEAD/functions/btk/mac/btk.py   BMC(Download)
        The index starts from 0 and correspond to the first frame of the acquisition. By default, all the frames are extracted and boundaries are set to -1.
        """
        return _btk.btkSubAcquisitionFilter_GetFramesIndex(self)
 
    def SetFramesIndex(self, *args):