Sample code for iMX6 SabreSD to use MIPI CSI camera with virtual channel 3

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Sample code for iMX6 SabreSD to use MIPI CSI camera with virtual channel 3

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Sample code for iMX6 SabreSD to use MIPI CSI camera with virtual channel 3

It is based on 3.0.35 GA 4.1.0 BSP.

 

0001-Correct-mipi-camera-virtual-channel-setting-in-ipu_c.patch

It is the updated IPU code for MIPI ID and SMFC setting in ipu_capture.c. These setting should not be combined with MIPI virtual channel value, they shoule be fixed with ID 0.

 

0002-Use-virtual-channel-3-for-ov5640-mipi-camera-on-iMX6.patch

The sample code to modify ov5640_mipi camera to use virtual channel 3 on SabreSD board.

 

The followed command can be used to verify the mipi camera function after booted into Linux:

$ gst-launch mfw_v4lsrc capture-mode=1 device=/dev/video1 ! mfw_v4lsink

 

 

2014-09-30 update:

Added the patch for 3.10.17_GA1.0.0 BSP. "L3.10.17_1.0.0_mipi_camera_virtual_channel_3.zip"

 

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Hi Qiang_FSL

Do you know which virtual channel number using in OV5640_mipi.c base on 3.14.28 BSP ?

Apollo Chang.

It is vc=1 in default BSP for ov5640_mipi.

Hi Qiang Li

Thanks....

But why our device tree is define (i.MX6Q)

&mipi_csi {

    status = "okay";

    ipu_id = <0>;

    csi_id = <1>;

    v_channel = <0>;

    lanes = <2>;

};

In default BSP, the v_channel from mipi_csi of the device tree is not used as real virtual channel setting, it must be 0.

And the csi_id from ov5640_mipi of the device tree is used as the real virtual channel setting in driver.

They will make user confused, that's why I created these patches to make everything more reasonable.

Hi Qiang_FSL

Thanks...

It is very help us to know more detail.

Hi, Qiang Li:

     DI include vc and datatype. why the ipu driver ignore vc. like follow:

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VC is not used in IPU side, it must be filled with 0.

I knew that, DI create by camera in the packet. But ipu-csi CSI_DI register is a match value, route the packet where to go?

No, the DI tells the IPU to capture which kind of data, for example YUV422 or RGB888.

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