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Capture image issues with IMX7D and CSI (CMOS)

Question asked by Eddie Vazquez on Jan 21, 2020
Latest reply on Jan 21, 2020 by igorpadykov

Hello community,

I have several questions regarding capturing a single picture using CSI interface. I have set up parallel sensor and csi driver (mx6s_capture.c). Driver for camera was ported to use subdev and succesfully shows as subdev of csi.


When I try to use

./mx6s_v4l2_capture.out -d /dev/video0


It calls functions from sensor driver but throws the following error:


Comparing my  /include/media/v4l2-subdev.h against an older copy, the .enum_mbus_fmt in v4l2_subdev_video_ops is gone so I'm thinking maybe mx6s_v4l2_capture.out it's outdated. Do you have a newer version for this tool and also some documentation on how to use it?


Also, I've noticed csi_enable function in mx6s_capture.c never gets called and hence peripheral is never enabled. How could I call this function from user space?


In a nutshell all I'm pursuing is to take a picture (no video), no matter if from user space or programatically, do you have any documentation or thread on how to accomplish this?


Thanks in advance,