The V4L2 driver for the ADV7611 shows some first signes of live 🙂
sure there are some issues but this is a video already captured with gstreamer 😉
As an HDMI-Source I also used a Lime
Settings are 480p – the green color most likely is a result of a wrong colorspace – we are inputing RGB888 into the CSI1 of the A10 and this looks like that the data is interpreted as YUV..
further the Image is a bit offset to the bottom right … but it is a stable picture this is telling us that PIXEL_CLOCK, HSYNC and VSYNC are working 🙂
The flickering is because the V4L2 currently reports a Framerate of 100 Hz but the input signal is 60 Hz.
The adv7611 module can be found at the github – Makefile still needs to be written.
the module depends on other modules (videobuf-core, videobuf-dma-contig, sun4i_csi1), load it in the following order
modprobe videobuf-core modprobe videobuf-dma-contig insmod adv7611.ko modprobe sun4i_csi1
In order to use the module, also the script.bin file at the first partition of the LIME A10 – sdcard needs to be adjusted there for sunxi-tools are needed. Find more info here and here. You can also download script.bin from the github.