ayaromenok

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    ayaromenok got a reaction from JulesThuillier in nano pi m4 camera module   
    gcc\g++ - correct. don't need to do anything with IS_LIB64 - since it's only selection for if. maybe need to set --prefix for autogen.sh to something like /usr/local instead of local dir.
     
    libcam_engine_cifisp.so/libcam_ia.so is normal ELF 64-bit LSB objects, ARM aarch64 (you can check it with file utility)
     
    PS: camera already working 12+ hours with gstreamer/opencv. with warnings\errors in dmesg, but without memory leaks
    PPS: just in case - 64bit SO in attachment
    libcam_engine_cifisp.so
    libcam_ia.so
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    ayaromenok got a reaction from JulesThuillier in nano pi m4 camera module   
    thanks to returning me to this thread
     
    original FriendlyElec distro use gstreamer-camera  instead of   gstreamer-plugins/extra - which I expect - thats a trick  
    ( from github.com/rockchip-linux/ repos)
     
    never get more than 20 minutes with camera\OpenCV with FriendlyElec distro, but with Armbian already 1.5+ hour and looks like no so big memory leaks.
    continue testing
    upd: 1.7h with opencv/canny - it's a not bad result, but not exactly what I need
    RKISP continue to drops warning/errors due to FIFO overflow.
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    ayaromenok got a reaction from pavelectric in nano pi m4 camera module   
    Only FriendyArm dist(Desktop, Core) from 201812 support 13/4MPix cameras for now.
     
    in armbian(with 4.4 kernel) you need:
     - build and install a kernel with ov13xx driver(it's disabled now, also it missed a camera config) and rockchip ISP driver enabled;
     - install rkisp gstreamer driver to get accelerated access to Rk3399 ISP(Image Signal Processor - where CSI cameras connected, );
     - maybe few more things;
     
    new 4.20 kernel(you can install it from armbian-config) create a /dev/video0 - it's not correct device for camera.
     
    in next few days I will make some test, so will share some info here