Configure files for USB3.0_UC-425_Rev.C+UC-628_Rev.B

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    • #22050
      yeongrok
      Participant

      Dear,

      I’m using USB3.0_UC-425_Rev.C+UC-628_Rev.B+OV5647 on Ubuntu 18.04.

      There are some configuration files but nothing works for me.

      Can you help?

      Moreover, I need the camera to run with 5M(2592×1944) resolution at faster than 10fps(eg. 15fps). But there are no configuration for it.

    • #22088
      bin
      Keymaster

      Hello,

      We have raw8 8fps configuration now

      https://github.com/ArduCAM/ArduCAM_USB_Camera_Shield/blob/master/Config/USB3.0_UC-425_Rev.C%2BUC-628_Rev.B/OV5647/OV5647_MIPI_2Lane_RAW8_8b_2592x1944_8fps.cfg

      You can try to reduce the value of the 0x380C and 0x380E register to increase the frame speed.

       

       

    • #22615
      yeongrok
      Participant

      Hello,

       

      Thank you for answer. But Any configurations still not work for USB3.0_UC-425_Rev.C+UC-628_Rev.B+OV5647.

      When I run ArduCamDemo, I get bellow error. Could you please help?

      Capture began, rtn_val = 0
      Error capture image, rtn_val = 65318
      Error capture image, rtn_val = 65318
      Error capture image, rtn_val = 65318
      Error capture image, rtn_val = 65318
      Error capture image, rtn_val = 65318
      Error capture image, rtn_val = 65318
      Error capture image, rtn_val = 65318

    • #22642
      wong
      Moderator

      Hi @yeongrok ,

      Are you using a USB3.0 interface?

      This is the result of my test and it seems to work well.

    • #22682
      yeongrok
      Participant

      Sure, I’m using USB3.0. I get error from both my laptop and desktop. Both are Ubuntu 18.

    • #22681
      yeongrok
      Participant

      Hi @wong,

      Sure, I’m using USB3.0 interface. I get error from both my laptop and desktop.

      a

      b

    • #22674
      yeongrok
      Participant

      Hi @wong,

      Sure, I’m using USB3.0 interface.
      I run it on my desktop and laptop. Both are Ubuntu 18 and have same error.

      shield

      error

    • #22708
      wong
      Moderator

      Hi @yeongrok ,

      Can you try to upgrade the SDK to the latest version?

      If it still doesn’t work, please send me the picture of the connection and the commands you use.

    • #22815
      yeongrok
      Participant

      Hi @wong,

      The SDK I’m using is  from April 17th and Commit id is e49e4c73.

      I tried to upload images but I couldn’t. I guess it is because of my company’s security issue.

       

      I have another set – USB3.0_UC-425_Rev.C + UC-489_Rev.C  + OV5647.

      It didn’t work at first with the configuration file included in SDK.

      It finally works after I modify the configuration like below

      0x3036: from 0x5c  to  0x5d

      0x3037: from 0x04  to  0x03

       

    • #22831
      wong
      Moderator

      Hi @yeongrok ,

      Commit e49e4c73 should work properly, can you execute the following command and send me the result?
      file /usr/lib/libArduCamLib.so.2.0.0

      This is the result of my execution:

      /usr/lib/libArduCamLib.so.2.0.0: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, BuildID[sha1]=854afd73d6657e9c7f6aa5ef0cfd23db9019396b, not stripped

    • #23052
      yeongrok
      Participant

      This is the result of my execution:

      /usr/lib/libArduCamLib.so.2.0.0: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked, BuildID[sha1]=c4340331d703ff4aa6acf29ac03fb1600e6c264c, not stripped

    • #23055
      yeongrok
      Participant

      Hi  @wong,

      Thank you  for your help.

      After update .so file, It works  now.

    • #23072
      wong
      Moderator

      Hi @yeongrok ,

      I ’m glad to hear that your problem has been solved, please let me know if there are any problems.

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