I’m thinking about buying the Jetson AGX Xavier developer kit, but was a little confused about the maximum resolution and frame rate that can be encoded live in H.265, as captured from a CSI/MIPI camera. In particular, I wanted to use this Jetson-compatible camera: https://www.framos.com/us/fsm-imx530c/txa-devkit-single-v1-23883
The camera has a maximum resolution of 5320 x 4600 or ~24.5 Mpix. The encode section of the Jetson AGX Xavier datasheet says it has a throughput of 1000 Mpix/second for H.265 (main/main10) in Section 1.6.1, Table 4: https://developer.nvidia.com/embedded/downloads#?search=Jetson%20AGX%20Xavier
So my question is: am I correct in interpreting the AGX datasheet to mean that I could encode 5320 x 4600 resolution (approximately) at 30 frames per second (FPS) in H.265, since this would be 24.5 Mpix x 30 frames = 735 Mpix/second, which is less than the maximum of 1000Mpix/s.
What’s the maximum resolution camera that anybody has live-encoded in H.265, at a given frame rate, with the AGX? Or in other words, what’s your maximum throughput, to use the language of the datasheet?
Note: this is a different question than what’s the maximum resolution that can be used with H.265, since that appears to be 8192 x 8192. But I don’t think you will be able to live-encode at that resolution, except maybe at low (<15) FPS?
Thanks a lot for anybody’s suggestions!