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We plan to use the composite video input into the TVP5146
which will be digitized and pulled through the BT656 interface to the
DM365. The analog camera we have sourced however is best mounted within
our housing if it is placed upside down. My query is thus, is it
possible to permanently vertically invert all incoming video in
software? Is this something semi-trivial or would it be better to
account for this in housing? Any side-effects (ie increased processor
I cannot find anything in the TVP5146
spec regarding inversion and unfortuanely do not even know yet where I
could even start to look on the linux side. (any heads up here would
also be appreciated although for now I primarily just need a yes / no /
possible repercussions answer in order to allow our guys to continue
with the HW).
The frame cannot be inverted by the TVP5146. This would have to be done by the processor after frame capture.
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