We are working in a project using Xavier NX and latest Jetpack. The original input resolution coming from the camera is 12,000 x 9,000 (4.5Gbps per MIPI CSI lane). Since this frame is too big for Jetson, the customer will split the big frame in two halves (6000x9000) and lower the frequency to 2.5Gbps to match Xavier specs.
- Is it possible to use the Multi-brick mode in Jetson Xavier NX?
- If so, would VI reconstruct the original frame?
- Does VI pass the frame through the ISP for Debayering in this case?
- For this cases, is Bayer or YUV required in the MIPI CSI inputs?
- How is Jetson able to reconstruct the big frame? Is there a risk to get half of an old frame and half of a newer frame?