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Is Dual MIPI-CSI Camera working on Ubuntu?

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Posted at 10/26/2017 00:54:06     
Last edited by santo4ul In 11/5/2017 01:35 Editor

Hi,
Does anyone knows if dual MIPI-CSI camera works on Ubuntu? Has this been tested on Ubuntu?

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San


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Posted at 10/27/2017 09:12:36     
Dual UVC is okay, but cannot Dual MIPI-CSI
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Posted at 10/27/2017 12:09:21     
How to test this?
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Posted at 11/3/2017 16:18:36     
Hi,

Could you please give us an update. I purchased RK3399 board only to test the dual MIPI-CSI input. I've also purchased two OV13850 camera modules for this puspose.

Could you please let me know what is missing? What is the effort required to get it working?

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San
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Posted at 11/3/2017 18:39:16     

UVC stands for USB Video Class. Just connect two USB cameras and test it. This is straight forward. MIPI-CSI is comething critical.
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Posted at 11/4/2017 14:59:46     
The ubuntu doesn't have MIPI-CSI and ISP driver. So MIPI RAW camera cannot work on it
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Posted at 11/5/2017 01:34:38     
清风莞尔 Posted at 11/4/2017 14:59
The ubuntu doesn't have MIPI-CSI and ISP driver. So MIPI RAW camera cannot work on it

Hi 清风莞尔,

Thanks for the update.

Do you have any plans to port the MIPI-CSI and ISP drivers for Ubuntu?

I was able to use OV13850 camera module with Android. Does this mean that these drivers are integrated for Android and it is pending for Ubuntu?


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Posted at 11/6/2017 11:48:02     
santo4ul Posted at 11/5/2017 01:34
Hi 清风莞尔,

Thanks for the update.

Yes, drivers in android are okay. But ubuntu is not yet. I'm trying to contact rockchip for mipi and isp driver support on ubuntu. If any news arrived, I will post it here.
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Posted at 11/6/2017 14:42:33     
Thanks 清风莞尔.

May be you are already aware, there is some development happening  https://github.com/rockchip-linux/kernel/tree/isp-early-access on the ISP side.

Did you get a chance to try it out?

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Posted at 11/6/2017 19:51:43     
Last edited by 清风莞尔 In 11/7/2017 17:33 Editor
santo4ul Posted at 11/6/2017 14:42
Thanks 清风莞尔.

May be you are already aware, there is some development happening  https://gith ...

Hi,santo4ul.

I haven't try it yet. There is no document about ISP driver. I don't know how to get hand on it.  
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