palavrov wrote: ↑
Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:36 pm
Yes, these were the corrupted files. That srange cross-hatch effect is intentional - we are shooting two sequential frames - the first one is with this very intense projected hatch pattern, the second frame is without the projection (we are very precisely controlling the light to have it just in during the first frame)
Where have you stated that previously?
You ask for assistance and then omit crucial details, therefore meaning I waste time trying to formulate a logical explanation for the image processing to manage to create that effect assuming that the "normal" section of the image is the expected output rather than the issue.
palavrov wrote:So as you can see from the two images on the first one there is one area that is taken probably from the previous/next frame without the projections i.e. the clean part is the wrong one not the right as you assume. This is a problem for us because messes with the entire postprocessing pipeline that depends on the projected hatch.
During some experiments with the camera settings we note that setting DRC != OFF causes the same effect even without projection. Don't know if this is the cause because we were keeping DRC to OFF all the time but visually seems similar.
The strange thing is that there were no visual artifact like that when we were using still shots, everything start after switching to video frames.
I have a strong hunch that the issue is going to be related to the transpose you appear to be requesting (deduced from the image resolution being 2462x3280 and previous comments).
However I'm not prepared to waste my time trying to recreate your situation that is currently so loosely defined. As and when you provide a test case that exhibits the issue then I will take a look.
palavrov wrote:BTW - do you plan to release the fixed start_x.elf soon to the official firmware?
It's released via rpi-update. https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-firmware/ ... 446d1a36bf
It'll make it into the Raspbian repo whenever they do their next firmware bump.
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