[RFC PATCH 0/5] Rockchip ISP1 Driver
jacobchen110 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 15 06:57:43 PST 2017
2017-11-15 16:03 GMT+08:00 Tomasz Figa <tfiga at chromium.org>:
> Hi Jacob,
> Thanks for sending the series!
> On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 3:29 PM, Jacob Chen <jacob-chen at iotwrt.com> wrote:
>> This patch series add a ISP(Camera) v4l2 driver for rockchip rk3288/rk3399 SoC.
>> - Thomas is rewriting the binding code between isp, phy, sensors, i hope we could get suggestions.
>> - There are many mipi interfaces("rx0", "dxrx0")(actually it also could be parallel interface) in SoC and isp can decide which one will be used.
>> - Sometimes there will be more than one senor in a mipi phy, the sofrware should decide which one is used(media link).
>> - rk3399 have two isp.
> Also the two ISP subsystems have their own, completely different, CSI2
> PHY blocks, so we need to make the ISP driver work with two different
> PHY drivers.
>> - Add a dummy buffer(dma_alloc_coherent) so drvier won't hold buffer.
>> - Finish all TODO comments(mostly about hardware) in driver.
>> To help do a quick review, i have push source code to my Github.
>> Below are some infomations about driver/hardware:
>> Rockchip ISP1 have many Hardware Blocks(simplied):
>> MIPI --> ISP --> DCrop(Mainpath) --> RSZ(Mainpath) --> DMA(Mainpath)
>> DMA-Input --> --> DCrop(Selfpath) --> RSZ(Selfpath) --> DMA(Selfpath);)
>> (Acutally the TRM(rk3288, isp) could be found online...... which contains a more detailed block diagrams ;-P)
>> The funcitons of each hardware block:
>> Mainpath : up to 4k resolution, support raw/yuv format
>> Selfpath : up tp 1080p, support rotate, support rgb/yuv format
>> RSZ: scaling
>> DCrop: crop
>> ISP: 3A, Color processing, Crop
>> MIPI: MIPI Camera interface
>> Media pipelines:
>> Mainpath, Selfpath <-- ISP subdev <-- MIPI <-- Sensor
>> 3A stats <-- <-- 3A parms
>> Code struct:
>> capture.c : Mainpath, Selfpath, RSZ, DCROP : capture device.
>> rkisp1.c : ISP : v4l2 sub-device.
>> isp_params.c : 3A parms : output device.
>> isp_stats.c : 3A stats : capture device.
>> mipi_dphy_sy.c : MIPI : sperated v4l2 sub-device.
>> use below v4l2-ctl command to capture frames.
>> v4l2-ctl --verbose -d /dev/video4 --stream-mmap=2
>> --stream-to=/tmp/stream.out --stream-count=60 --stream-poll
>> use below command to playback the video on your PC.
>> mplayer /tmp/stream.out -loop 0 --demuxer=rawvideo
>> mplayer ./stream.out -loop 0 -demuxer rawvideo -rawvideo
>> use rkcamsrc gstreamer plugin(just a modified v4l2src) to preview.
>> gst-launch-1.0 rkcamsrc device=/dev/video0 io-mode=4 disable-3A=true
>> videoconvert ! video/x-raw,format=NV12,width=640,height=480 ! kmssink
> Is the rkcamsrc plugin source available somewhere to download?
It could be download, but it's rough and just be used by me to test
driver at present since
Hal3 is not completed.
You can consider it as "media-ctl + gstreamer v4l2src"
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