Hi, I am interfacing USB(2.0) camera with jetson nano using libusb library. The camera is detected by the board (ttyACM0). While communicating camera stream is not received.
I also tested the camera on rpi 4 and on ubuntu (16.04) machine it is working on both the systems.
What else setting is required on jetson nano to interface with usb port?
Sorry for the late response, is this still an issue to support?
Which camera you’re using?
I’m still facing this issue.
I’m using thermal camera (160*120 resolution, USB 2.0).
Is there any setting regarding the USB communication??
By default we support USB cameras with UVC driver. Please check if you can follow the steps to launch the camera:
Jetson Nano FAQ
Q: I have a USB camera. How can I launch it on Jetson Nano?
The thermal camera i’m using works on a predefined protocol.
The data transfer is done via USB bulk transfer. To get the stream from camera setting commands has to be sent first, response of these commands is received successfully on jetson. But still their is an issue in receiving the camera stream. The size of single frame is 38404.
Is their any restrictions regarding the size of data in USB?
For more information, does it work with smaller size? Or specific to 38404 bytes?
Yes it works with smaller resolution(80x80). Now it is working with 160x120 also. The issue is of camera configuration.
Thanks for your support.