..come on, I've got grey beard. ;o)jamesh wrote:No.gasguru wrote:..yes or no?gasguru wrote: ..edit: I hit the "You may embed only 3 quotes within each other." ;o)
..is there a way to reset the camera without rebooting the rPi?
Are you saying the camera runs in kernel space and with the camera modules compiled in statically, or somesuch???
..nope, it is _spec'ed_ to 15fps to keep them out of court, if you push it beyond spec and burn it, you get to keep the ash and the judge's foot print on your ass as you fly out his door.jamesh wrote:The camera is incapable of going to full resolution mode at anything more than 15fps.gasguru wrote:..ok, so is this mode switch "an hardware switch", or is it triggered by software?jamesh wrote:If you go above 1080p then you switch to a stills camera mode, which has a max frame rate of 15fps. I've never tested above 1080p, so all bets are off.
In the latter case, can it be overridden?
..now, tell us how 1920x960@45fps is easier to do than full frame flames at 15fps. ;o)
..hum, let's let e.g. the fpv market decide that one. ;o)jamesh wrote: There may be some inbetween modes that can do between 15 and 30, but that would require all the numbers to be worked out and the new modes added to the GPU software, for very little benefit, so I'll not be doing that.
..ok, is it kicked into a "still mode", or is "full frame" a video mode? What do you call it, "1944p"?jamesh wrote: The switch is done in software - when you request a resolution higher than 1080p, it uses the full frame mode - that's the only mode higher than 1080p.
Should I then still run the camera with raspivid, or, with e.g. "raspistill -tl 66 " for 15fps?
If it can do full frame video at 15fps, we should be able to stream it.
..hum, a better way might pack it in .debs etc and put in your Raspian etc repositories, I ran out of disk space on my last rpi-update, it should chk and warn us, and clean up properly.jamesh wrote:This stuff is on the GPU, so not fixable by those without access. I released it to Dom on Monday, so should be in the next firmware release, but I don't know when that will be.gasguru wrote:..well, if we want it fixed, some of us will have to play guinea pigs, and source pointers won't hurt either.jamesh wrote:-ex extralong may still cause problems (maybe not the ones you are seeing) so I would advice not using it.
..you mentioned a fix coming some time this week, ETA hints?