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Leonardo Lontra

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  1. I not have an orange pi zero for test, but you can try check: - If i2cdetect shows camera address: $ i2cdetect -y 1 (Paste the stdout for us) Maybe it's a wrong address in the fex file.
  2. @dmorse I have the same problem with armbian 5.24, just back to 5.20 and uses last kernel, works for me. It seems to me that there is something about u-boot, but I'm not sure about that.
  3. @olivluca Your Don't need more hres mode, now is a dynamic change. For example, If you want 1600x1200 with more image quality, sets resolution and fps to <=8, or 1600x1200 with higher fps, but less image resolution, sets fps to >= 20. Internally, change hres based on resolution or/and framerate.
  4. Hello, how do I create a patch to the kernel?
  5. I also wrote a utility that can be useful in building images: https://github.com/lhelontra/embedtool
  6. Hi my friend!! I will make a kernel fork and apply the changes, basically just change the gc2035.c by https://github.com/lhelontra/OrangePI-Kernel/commit/cecec660a3af2f44b39791660f48df2b4367bef7
  7. Hi, i discovered and solved incompatible gc2035 driver with some v4l2 applications. I made some modifications to the 3.4.39-02 kernel-lobo: gc2035: of 8fps to ~20fps eand improvements in the matter of light. The original driver accepts only 800×600, added the following resolutions: 800×600/640×480/320×240 sunxi_wdt: builtin to module (greater flexibility to change the module options) / pr_info some functions, causing flood in kern.log (switched to pr_debug) CONFIG_CMDLINE=â€earlyprintk=ttyS0,115200 loglevel=5 initcall_debug=0 console=ttyS0,115200 console=tty0 fsck.mode=force fsck.repair=yes init=/init ipv6.disable=1 kernel size: ~59mb For more informations: http://www.sistemasembarcados.org/2016/04/orange-pi-camera-with-v4l2loopback-vidcopy.html
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