I have an intermittent issue with what seems to be the MIPI timing. Half the time I have a perfect picture using the Nvidia ISP that I can stream and responds well to changes in light, etc.
However the other half of the time it is like something gets “off” when the TX1 starts talking to the sensor. Everything gets skewed. It’s almost as if the TX1 started reading too late, or too early.
I’ll attach some pictures of what I mean.
The camera daemon and dmesg report nothing out of the ordinary when an event occurs.
NvPclHwGetModuleList: WARNING: Could not map module to ISP config string NvPclHwGetModuleList: No module data found queryPixelFormats: type: 1, pixelformat 0x32314752 "RG12" queryPixelFormats: type: 1, pixelformat 0x32314752 "RG12" Sensor_LoadModeModeType: mode 0: Failed to load pixeltype Sensor_LoadModePixelPhase: mode 0: Failed to load pixeltype setActivePixelFormat: 0x32314752
Has anyone run into this before? It’s odd to me that it isn’t a random starting point, I have three distinct outputs. Either perfectly aligned, half way, or almost entirely off the screen. I should note that when taking video or streaming during an event the issue does not resolve itself. It jumps around quite a bit and the colors screw up. However on the 50% chance the image is aligned properly everything is perfect and there are zero issues.