Christian_ got a reaction from gounthar in Rock64 hw encoding h264 with gstreamer?
I'm trying to figure out how to use gstreamer to encode h264 video on Rock64 (Rockchip RK3328). I'm using Armbian Bionic 5.60 (stable Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS 4.4.156-rockchip64).
I compiled mpp and gstreamer-rockchip from https://github.com/rockchip-linux and installed both, but I'm still missing mpph264enc, how do I get that?
gst-inspect-1.0 mpph264enc says: No such element or plugin 'mpph264enc'
Many thanks for reading, any help would be greatly appreciated.
Christian_ reacted to chwe in HDMI-Monitor bricked tinkers today (next 5.60)
or... you SSH into a working SBC and use it's spare UART pins to ttl into the non-working SBC...
Likely to be one of the most silly things I've ever did with an SBC.. But hey, it works... (at least @martinayotte will like it. )
do we have UART2 and UART3? at least on mine (4.14) we use UART3... @TonyMac32? Or was it back then when we used UART2? Can't remember anymore..
Christian_ got a reaction from Igor in [SOLVED] RT5572 Wireless Adapter does not work on my Rock64
The problem was the wifi region setting unset, this prevented to tune the radio to channel 1.
Christian_ reacted to guidol in ESPTerm - a nice Idea fore the Debug-Port
Yesterday I came across the following - for me - fine project (Demo-Page):
ESPTERM Release 2.3.0 Cricket
Its a VT100-Webpage-Terminal on a ESP8266-Microcontroller which opens a Accesspoint.
You could connect via this VT100-Webpage-Terminal to the TTL-Port of the ESP8266.
TTL-Connection is done (like allways in TTL-Connections) with RX,TX and GND
I connected my Orange Pi R1 via TTL and 115200 Baud and could "work" at a (max.) Terminal-Size of 80x25
(80x25 is max. in the downloadable binary - if you do compile by yourself mor is possible.... 132x50 would be fine )
So if you have a misconfigured Network-Connection (missed the /24 in the IP of the server in nmtui) and you dont want to use a USB-serial-Dongle because every Dongle wats its own driver - here a second solution