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Dates: Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid), PSP Kernel 4.00.00.02, EZSDK 5_00_00_26
I'm trying to run the VC examples, although I don't have one of the daughter cards mentioned in the SDK guide. We own the Mistral CVCAM daughter card. So I'm notsure if it is possible to use the Video Capture Components to capture either from the parallel camera connector or the CSI interfaces.
My short-term goal is to create an own applicaton that just uses the Video C/DMUX components to capture from V4L2 USB camera, encodes it using the ENC components and saves it on the HDD.
First I tried the VC examples but they crash as soon as they try to load VPSS firmware (kernel too), so there has been no access to video modules on the daughter card yet and therefore this shouldn't be the problem, I think. It looks like that it fails either to allocate the required buffers or it tries to translate wrong virtual adresses.
Here the kernel console output: 2438.omxcrash.logHere the vc demo output: 0284.omxcrash2.logHas anyone suggestions how to resolve the problem?Or is it possible to go without OMX for the moment without too many low-level programming, as we might want to set on top of OMX in the future?
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