I appreciate your reply. I am glad that the driver is being improved.
You are very welcome.
I am using:
Please note that NVIDIA’s gstreamer 1.0 implementation is not really considered stable and we therefore recommend reverting to using gstreamer 0.10 for TK1.
Meanwhile we did release 2.7b4 which includes gstreamer 0.10 support as well.
When capturing PAL there are no issues except for the thin green margin on the right of the image. I assume this is to do with the driver capture width not being 720 pixels.
Yes, that may require tuning.
When the PAL signal is removed, the driver crashes which can lockup the hardware.
Yes, unfortunately NVIDIA’s CSI stack is not resilient to loosing any sync such so far.
I am developing a custom capture application as part of the product I am working on. It can successfully capture the PAL signal using the ADV7280-M, but fails in the same manner as Gstreamer when the signal is removed. This application also has a requirement to support NTSC capture.
While NTSC capture is known to work out-of-the-box in the camera stacks used on Apalis/Colibri iMX6 I believe for the Tegras further customisation may be needed. There is also a ticket about this which I am trying to get more information about from our Brazilian resp. US colleagues which I believe had that kind of working for some other customer at one point.