IMX274 camera on TX1 and L4T R28.1 (Jetpack 3.1)

Hi,

I have an issue with my LI-JETSON-KIT-IMX274M12-D (Leopard Imaging) and L4T R28.1 for TX1.

I followed instruction found here :


and installed the driver for Jetson L4T 28.1 :

The two cameras are detected :

nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ ls /dev/video*
video0 video1

nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ v4l2-ctl --list-devices
VIDIOC_QUERYCAP: failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
VIDIOC_QUERYCAP: failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
VIDIOC_QUERYCAP: failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
VIDIOC_QUERYCAP: failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
VIDIOC_QUERYCAP: failed: Inappropriate ioctl for device
vi-output, imx274 31-001a (platform:54080000.vi:1):
	/dev/video0

vi-output, imx274 32-001a (platform:54080000.vi:2):
	/dev/video1

The driver installation seems ok :

nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$  sudo v4l2-ctl --all -d /dev/video1
Driver Info (not using libv4l2):
	Driver name   : tegra-video
	Card type     : vi-output, imx274 32-001a
	Bus info      : platform:54080000.vi:2
	Driver version: 4.4.38
	Capabilities  : 0x84200001
		Video Capture
		Streaming
		Extended Pix Format
		Device Capabilities
	Device Caps   : 0x04200001
		Video Capture
		Streaming
		Extended Pix Format
Priority: 2
Video input : 0 (Camera 2: no power)
Format Video Capture:
	Width/Height      : 3864/2174
	Pixel Format      : 'RG10'
	Field             : None
	Bytes per Line    : 7936
	Size Image        : 17252864
	Colorspace        : sRGB
	Transfer Function : Default
	YCbCr Encoding    : Default
	Quantization      : Default
	Flags             : 

Camera Controls

                   frame_length (int)    : min=2285 max=45714 step=1 default=4379 value=4379 flags=slider
                    coarse_time (int)    : min=1 max=45704 step=1 default=4369 value=4369 flags=slider
              coarse_time_short (int)    : min=1 max=45704 step=1 default=4369 value=4369 flags=slider
                     group_hold (intmenu): min=0 max=1 default=0 value=0
                     hdr_enable (intmenu): min=0 max=1 default=0 value=0
                           gain (int)    : min=100 max=18000 step=1 default=100 value=100 flags=slider
                    bypass_mode (intmenu): min=0 max=1 default=0 value=0
                override_enable (intmenu): min=0 max=1 default=0 value=0
                   height_align (int)    : min=1 max=16 step=1 default=1 value=1
                     size_align (intmenu): min=0 max=2 default=0 value=0
               write_isp_format (bool)   : default=0 value=0

nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ v4l2-ctl -d /dev/video0 --list-formats
ioctl: VIDIOC_ENUM_FMT
	Index       : 0
	Type        : Video Capture
	Pixel Format: 'RGGB'
	Name        : 8-bit Bayer RGRG/GBGB

	Index       : 1
	Type        : Video Capture
	Pixel Format: 'RG10'
	Name        : 10-bit Bayer RGRG/GBGB

	Index       : 2
	Type        : Video Capture
	Pixel Format: 'BG10'
	Name        : 10-bit Bayer BGBG/GRGR

	Index       : 3
	Type        : Video Capture
	Pixel Format: 'XBGP'
	Name        : 10-bit Bayer BGGR(10-10-10-2)

	Index       : 4
	Type        : Video Capture
	Pixel Format: 'XRGP'
	Name        : 10-bit Bayer RGGB(10-10-10-2)

	Index       : 5
	Type        : Video Capture
	Pixel Format: 'RG12'
	Name        : 12-bit Bayer RGRG/GBGB

But I have the following error when I execute ¬ďnvgstcapture-1.0 :

nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ nvgstcapture-1.0
Encoder null, cannot set bitrate!
Encoder Profile = Baseline
Supported resolutions in case of CSI Camera
  (2) : 640x480
  (3) : 1280x720
  (4) : 1920x1080
  (5) : 2104x1560
  (6) : 2592x1944
  (7) : 2616x1472
  (8) : 3840x2160
  (9) : 3896x2192
  (10): 4208x3120
  (11): 5632x3168
  (12): 5632x4224

Runtime CSI Camera Commands:

  Help : 'h'
  Quit : 'q'
  Set Capture Mode:
      mo:<val>
          (1): image
          (2): video
  Get Capture Mode:
      gmo
  Set Sensor Id (0 to 10):
      sid:<val> e.g., sid:2 
  Get Sensor Id:
      gsid
  Set sensor orientation:
      so:<val>
          (0): none
          (1): Rotate counter-clockwise 90 degrees
          (2): Rotate 180 degrees
          (3): Rotate clockwise 90 degrees
  Get sensor orientation:
      gso
  Set Whitebalance Mode:
      wb:<val>
          (0): off
          (1): auto
          (2): incandescent
          (3): fluorescent
          (4): warm-fluorescent
          (5): daylight
          (6): cloudy-daylight
          (7): twilight
          (8): shade
          (9): manual
  Get Whitebalance Mode:
      gwb
  Set Scene-Mode:
      scm:<val>
          (0): face-priority
          (1): action
          (2): portrait
          (3): landscape
          (4): night
          (5): night-portrait
          (6): theatre
          (7): beach
          (8): snow
          (9): sunset
          (10): steady-photo
          (11): fireworks
          (12): sports
          (13): party
          (14): candle-light
          (15): barcode
  Get Scene-Mode:
      gscm
  Set Color Effect Mode:
      ce:<val>
          (1): off
          (2): mono
          (3): negative
          (4): solarize
          (5): sepia
          (6): posterize
          (7): aqua
  Get Color Effect Mode:
      gce
  Set Auto-Exposure Mode:
      ae:<val>
          (1): off
          (2): on
          (3): OnAutoFlash
          (4): OnAlwaysFlash
          (5): OnFlashRedEye
  Get Auto-Exposure Mode:
      gae
  Set Flash Mode:
      f:<val>
          (0): off
          (1): on
          (2): torch
          (3): auto
  Get Flash Mode:
      gf
  Set Flicker Detection and Avoidance Mode:
      fl:<val>
          (0): off
          (1): 50Hz
          (2): 60Hz
          (3): auto
  Get Flicker Detection and Avoidance Mode:
      gfl
  Set Contrast (0 to 1):
      ct:<val> e.g., ct:0.75
  Get Contrast:
      gct
  Set Saturation (0 to 2):
      st:<val> e.g., st:1.25
  Get Saturation:
      gst
  Set Exposure Time in seconds:
      ext:<val> e.g., ext:0.033
  Get Exposure Time:
      gext
  Set Auto Exposure Lock(0/1):
      ael:<val> e.g., ael:1
  Get Auto Exposure Lock:
      gael
  Set Edge Enhancement (0 to 1):
      ee:<val> e.g., ee:0.75
  Get Edge Enhancement:
      gee
  Set ROI for AE:
      It needs five values, ROI coordinates(top,left,bottom,right)
      and weight in that order
      aer:<val> e.g., aer:20 20 400 400 1.2
  Get ROI for AE:
      gaer
  Set ROI for AWB:
      It needs five values, ROI coordinates(top,left,bottom,right)
      and weight in that order
      wbr:<val> e.g., wbr:20 20 400 400 1.2
  Get ROI for AWB:
      gwbr
  Set FPS range:
      It needs two values, FPS Range (low, high) in that order
      fpsr:<val> e.g., fpsr:15 30
  Get FPS range:
      gfpsr
  Set WB Gains:
      It needs four values (R, GR, GB, B) in that order
      wbg:<val> e.g., wbg:1.2 2.2 0.8 1.6
  Get WB Gains:
      gwbg
  Set TNR Strength (0 to 1):
      ts:<val> e.g., ts:0.75
  Get TNR Strength:
      gts
  Set TNR Mode:
      tnr:<val>
          (0): NoiseReduction_Off
          (1): NoiseReduction_Fast
          (2): NoiseReduction_HighQuality
  Get TNR Mode:
      gtnr
  Capture: enter 'j' OR
           followed by a timer (e.g., jx5000, capture after 5 seconds) OR
           followed by multishot count (e.g., j:6, capture 6 images)
           timer/multihot values are optional, capture defaults to single shot with timer=0s
  Start Recording : enter '1'
  Stop Recording  : enter '0'
  Video snapshot  : enter '2' (While recording video)
  Set Preview Resolution:
      pcr:<val> e.g., pcr:3
          (2) : 640x480
          (3) : 1280x720
          (4) : 1920x1080
          (5) : 2104x1560
          (6) : 2592x1944
          (7) : 2616x1472
          (8) : 3840x2160
          (9) : 3896x2192
          (10): 4208x3120
          (11): 5632x3168
          (12): 5632x4224
  Note - For preview resolutions 4208x3120 and more use option --svs=nveglglessink
  Get Preview Resolution:
      gpcr
  Set Image Resolution:
      icr:<val> e.g., icr:3
          (2) : 640x480
          (3) : 1280x720
          (4) : 1920x1080
          (5) : 2104x1560
          (6) : 2592x1944
          (7) : 2616x1472
          (8) : 3840x2160
          (9) : 3896x2192
          (10): 4208x3120
          (11): 5632x3168
          (12): 5632x4224
  Get Image Capture Resolution:
      gicr
  Set Video Resolution:
      vcr:<val> e.g., vcr:3
          (2) : 640x480
          (3) : 1280x720
          (4) : 1920x1080
          (5) : 2104x1560
          (6) : 2592x1944
          (7) : 2616x1472
          (8) : 3840x2160
          (9) : 3896x2192
  Get Video Capture Resolution:
      gvcr

Runtime encoder configuration options:

  Set Encoding Bit-rate(in bytes):
      br:<val> e.g., br:4000000
  Get Encoding Bit-rate(in bytes):
      gbr
  Set Encoding Profile(only for H.264):
      ep:<val> e.g., ep:1
          (0): Baseline
          (1): Main
          (2): High
  Get Encoding Profile(only for H.264):
      gep
  Force IDR Frame on video Encoder(only for H.264):
      Enter 'f' 

bitrate = 4000000
Encoder Profile = Baseline
Socket read error. Camera Daemon stopped functioning.....
gst_nvcamera_open() failed ret=0

** (nvgstcapture-1.0:5499): CRITICAL **: <create_capture_pipeline:4565> can't set camera to playing

** (nvgstcapture-1.0:5499): CRITICAL **: <main:5367> Capture Pipeline creation failed
** Message: <main:5374> Capture completed
** Message: <main:5424> Camera application will now exit

I do not know what I did wrong, maybe a permission problem on some file ? I am quite novice with MIPI camera.

Thanks for your help.

hello agiasmothi,

how about access the camera via v4l2-ctl?
shown the sample commands as below for your reference.
thanks

v4l2-ctl -d /dev/video0 --set-fmt-video=width=2592,height=1944,pixelformat=RG10 --set-ctrl bypass_mode=0 --stream-mmap --stream-count=100

Hi,

I actually made a mistake. One of the camera must be plugged in J1 on the module. I used J2 & J3.

Drivers work fine.

Thanks for your help.