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TDA2P-ACD: Capturing more than 4 image streams over 2 CSI-2 ports
Part Number: TDA2P-ACD
I found the following thread and was wondering if the functionality to run more than 4 sensors at the same time has been added to the PSDK since then.
Currently I try to run and display six sensors (IMX390) simultaneously on the TDA2Px + Fusion Board. Four sensors are connected to CSI2-PHY1 and two to CSI2-PHY2. Unfortunately the PSDK crashes when it reaches the function IssM2mIspLink_drvAllocFrames(). So I just want to make sure if it is possible at all to run these six sensors at the same time.
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In reply to Brijesh Jadav:
In reply to Tobias Schulze:
Drivers does not handle it automatically, we need to pass additional channels (the ones which are more than 4) through one more memory to memory pass.
Hey Brijesh, could you explain this a little more? Where do we have to set the channel passing? In ISP link init?Do we also have to adjust some defines (ISS_SENSORS_MAX_CHANNEL etc) then? Otherwise the PSDK would throw a assertion during sensor creation. Just to be clear: The last two channels are then processed by another device? Thanks for your help! Regards, Tobias
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