STK1160 based devices are supported (video and audio) under Linux by the easycap kernel module (kernel 2.6.38 and later) and further on by the stk1160 kernel module (kernel 3.7).
On April 10, 2013, Sebastien Warin posted that he got 640x480 working on a R-Pi using "STK1160 Video Capture Device". In the months since then, several other people tried and could not duplicate that result.Yes I have had success with em28xx I had apply the patch from http://bufobufomagic.blogspot.co.uk/201 ... -sudo.html
but only at 360x288 - had it stream to ustream and udp for many hours without issue.
kernel is Linux version 3.6.11+
"Mike Kopack on
March 8, 2013 at 12:32 pm said:
Wait, how/where are there 2 CSI interfaces on the Pi ???? I only remember there being the 1 CSI connector….
Or is the DSI one also able to be used for CSI if we so choose? Or does the single CSI connector allow for 2 cameras to be attached??
Gert van Loo on
March 8, 2013 at 5:59 pm said:
There are two CSI interfaces on the BCM2835 but only one is brought out to a connector on the Pi. The other interface is hidden between a plethora of BGA balls underneath the chip.
You have done this with all the cameras working simultaneously or through an on/off algorithm?punktea wrote:I have connected and used 3 logitech webcams via a powered USB hub. Since the output of the webcams are already in MJPEG format, the RPi CPU does not have to do any encoding and the CPU load is low. Since you just need to take snapshots, the bandwidth required across the USB port will also be low and I don't see any problem connecting a large number of webcams. When you do hit limits then just add another RPi. With webcam, the highest resolution is 1920x1080, not sure if that will meet your requirements.
Note that this is only a multiplexer solution, you couldn't receive multiple video feeds at once.Hi there is a campaign for connecting more than one camera module to one raspberry pi therefore it can be solution for multiple camera systems.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ivpo ... /x/8229812
That and the amount of RAM... That changed too...Gert van Loo wrote:Sorry to sound condescending but there are many, many ,many posts all saying
"Apart from the ARM processor nothing has changed on the Pi-2"
Why would it suddenly support two cameras?
There is the tiny problem that one is an input and the other is an output.stderr wrote:> by Gert van Loo » Wed Feb 11, 2015 7:39 pm
>> "Apart from the ARM processor nothing has changed on the Pi-2"
> Why would it suddenly support two cameras?
What is it specifically that is different between the CSI and DSI implementations? They both use the D-PHY physical interface but have their own protocols. The bandwidth needs are reversed, the camera is sending out massive amounts of data while the display is receiving massive amounts. Is there something in the hardware that prevents them from being generalized ports?