[PATCH 00/13] Samsung camera driver for 3D7K
andy at openmoko.com
Wed Mar 4 16:17:38 CET 2009
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Andy Green wrote:
|> What's the overall story for trying it out?
| First you need the hacked "capture" from
| Then boot with mem=120M so that there is room for the driver's
| buffers. (I'll have to see if we can find a more elegant solution
| for this.)
| Then you can take a snapshot with
| capture -d /dev/video13 >out
| convert them to PPM with
| or have a live image on the screen with
| capture -d /dev/video13 -f `poke 0x771000A0`
| When doing snapshots, only about every 10th image is good/updated.
| I think we could do much better with a little change in "capture",
| The live image has the wrong colors and is stretched by a factor
| of two. This makes for some nice "blue alien finger" effects :-)
| Note sure yet why these things are happening. The live image is
| also pretty slow because we go trough user space, so instead of
| one copy, there are at least three.
Yow sounds like it's still carrying a lot of life support around, but it
doesn't take away from the advance.
BTW you seem to have missed plat/regs-camif.h from your patchset (easy
done since it's sat there in your tree) and it won't build yet.
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