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Could you try argus_camera of the MMAPI sample code to clarify it.


Hello, can you provide this example? Here, I have never used it like this before

Get the source by below command. And follow the README to build it.

sudo apt list -a nvidia-l4t-jetson-multimedia-api
sudo apt install nvidia-l4t-jetson-multimedia-api=35.3.1-xxxxx
  • cd /usr/src/jetson_multimedia_api/samples/unittest_samples/camera_unit_sample $ make


  • 进入:

$ ./camera_sample [OPTIONS]

捕获的预览流可以通过 HDMI 显示。

$ ./camera_sample -r 1920 1080 -fps 30 1


Run the argus_camera sample.

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You didn’t run the argus_camera.
The source should be this /usr/src/jetson_multimedia_api/argus/apps/camera/ui/


Follow the README.txt the than you should be able run argus_camera any where.

nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:/usr/src/jetson_multimedia_api/argus$ cat README.TXT
Argus Camera API

Included Components

 - Argus API headers ('include/')
   These headers are required to compile applications against the Argus API.

 - Sample applications ('samples/')
   The included samples demonstrate many features of Argus.

 - Applications ('apps/')
   Includes more complex applications using Argus.

 - Documentation ('docs/')
     - Core Specification (LaTeX document, 'docs/spec')
     - Extensions Specifications ('docs/extensions')
     - Doxygen-generated documentation from the headers ('docs/doxygen')

Building Samples And Apps


- cmake
  sudo apt-get install cmake

- build-essential
  sudo apt-get install build-essential

- pkg-config
  sudo apt-get install pkg-config

- X11
  sudo apt-get install libx11-dev

- GTK3
  sudo apt-get install libgtk-3-dev

- expat
  sudo apt-get install libexpat1-dev

  sudo apt-get install libjpeg-dev

- gstreamer-1.0
  sudo apt-get install libgstreamer1.0-dev

  Samples requiring CUDA (ie. cudaHistogram and syncSensor) will be silently
  ignored during the build process if the CUDA toolkit is not installed.
  The CUDA toolkit is included with the JetPack for L4T development pack, which
  can be downloaded and installed by following the installation steps on the
  NVIDIA developer website:


  Note that starting CUDA 11.0 the minimum recommended GCC compiler is at least
  GCC 6 due to C++11 requirements in CUDA libraries so compiling samples that use
  CUDA will also require the installation of gcc-6 or newer.

Building and Installing

Start in the source directory (e.g. '~/ArgusSDK/').

  1) Create and go into a build directory:
       'mkdir build && cd build'

  1) Create the makefiles:
       'cmake ..'
     Additional options:
       - If CMake cannot find an include path for any dependencies, it may be
         required to provide them explicitly. Eg:
           'cmake -DOPENGLES_INCLUDE_DIR=/path/to/khronos/includes ..'
       - The DISABLE_MULTIPROCESS option may be provided to use the single-process
         Argus implementation (ie. does not require nvargus-daemon service):
           'cmake -DDISABLE_MULTIPROCESS=ON ..'

  2) Build all apps (optional flag -jN for parallel build where N is the job count):
       'make [-jN]'
     Alternatively, build individual executables:
       'make [-jN] argus_openglbox'

  3) Install:
       'sudo make install'

argusSDK 这个文件在什么地方?

It’s the source code directory. AKA /usr/src/jetson_multimedia_api/argus/

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