What does this fps mean? and, is there a way to control fps?

I used “camera-type=ar0231-rccb-bae-sf3324,csi-port=a,camera-count=4,siblingIndex=0,format=raw,output-format=raw,required-framerate=10” to save the video.

And “camera-type=ar0231-rccb-bae-sf3324,csi-port=a,camera-count=4,siblingIndex=0,format=raw,output-format=raw,serializer-framerate=10” was the same as before.

The video was played as “/usr/local/driveworks/bin/samples_camera_replay”.


I think it’s like this.
Filming is 30 fps, and playback is shown in slow motion as if it were 10 fps.

I want to do save the video at 10 fps.

Hello @ehduk,

the FPS shown on the screen when replaying the recorded video is the rendering frames per second.
it might be that the a new image of the video being received is at 10 FPS but rendering is faster.