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Eyesis4Pi 393 workflow

Mon, 04/24/2017 - 13:44

‎Download

← Older revision Revision as of 19:44, 24 April 2017 (2 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 16: Line 16:  |align="center"                    | - |align="center"                    | -  |align="center"                    | - |align="center"                    | - −|style="padding:0px 15px 0px 15px;"| [http://linuxlibrary.org/kubuntu-network-configuration/  Kubuntu Network Configuration].+|style="padding:0px 15px 0px 15px;"| set pc ip address to, e.g., 192.168.0.68  |- |-  |align="center"                    | 3 |align="center"                    | 3 Line 52: Line 52:  * data from internal SSDs is downloaded through eSATA cables coming out of the camera * data from internal SSDs is downloaded through eSATA cables coming out of the camera  * external SSDs are swappable * external SSDs are swappable −* Output: Binary log and partition files (default size: 10GB)+* Output: Binary log and SSD partition files (default size: 10GB)  |} |}    Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 workflow

Mon, 04/24/2017 - 12:37

‎Record

← Older revision Revision as of 18:37, 24 April 2017 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 16: Line 16:  |align="center"                    | - |align="center"                    | -  |align="center"                    | - |align="center"                    | - −|style="padding:0px 15px 0px 15px;"| [http://linuxlibrary.org/kubuntu-network-configuration/  Kubuntu Network Configuration].+|style="padding:0px 15px 0px 15px;"| set pc ip address to, e.g., 192.168.0.68  |- |-  |align="center"                    | 3 |align="center"                    | 3 Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Mon, 04/24/2017 - 12:10

‎Troubleshooting

← Older revision Revision as of 18:10, 24 April 2017 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 213: Line 213:  * Frame buffer overflow counter ( = <font color='red'>'''dropped frames'''</font>). * Frame buffer overflow counter ( = <font color='red'>'''dropped frames'''</font>).  * Possible causes: * Possible causes: −** FPS and compression quality (combined) set too high: 5fps + 100%+** Not enough bandwidth - FPS and compression quality (combined) set too high: 5fps + 100%  ** SSD write speed is slowed ** SSD write speed is slowed  {| {| Line 245: Line 245:  *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_workflow|Workflow]]   *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_workflow|Workflow]]    *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_User_Guide_-_Recording|User Guide - Recording]]   *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_User_Guide_-_Recording|User Guide - Recording]]    +*[[Eyesis4Pi 393 Post Processing|Post-Processing example]]  *[[Eyesis4Pi Footage Procedures page|User Guide - Post-Processing: Footage Procedures]]   *[[Eyesis4Pi Footage Procedures page|User Guide - Post-Processing: Footage Procedures]]    *[[Eyesis4pi Post-Processing|User Guide - Post-processing: ImageJ]]   *[[Eyesis4pi Post-Processing|User Guide - Post-processing: ImageJ]]   Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 18:28

‎Links

← Older revision Revision as of 00:28, 23 April 2017 Line 245: Line 245:  *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_workflow|Workflow]]   *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_workflow|Workflow]]    *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_User_Guide_-_Recording|User Guide - Recording]]   *[[Eyesis4Pi_393_User_Guide_-_Recording|User Guide - Recording]]    +*[[Eyesis4Pi 393 Post Processing|Post-Processing example]]  *[[Eyesis4Pi Footage Procedures page|User Guide - Post-Processing: Footage Procedures]]   *[[Eyesis4Pi Footage Procedures page|User Guide - Post-Processing: Footage Procedures]]    *[[Eyesis4pi Post-Processing|User Guide - Post-processing: ImageJ]]   *[[Eyesis4pi Post-Processing|User Guide - Post-processing: ImageJ]]   Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 Post Processing

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 18:27

← Older revision Revision as of 00:27, 23 April 2017 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 31: Line 31:     5. Repeat steps 1.-4. for the next SSD (if PC fits only one). 5. Repeat steps 1.-4. for the next SSD (if PC fits only one). −  '''Note: The 3rd subcamera SSD's footage is 6 times less than the 1st and the 2nd as it contains images from 2 sensors, others - from 12 each'''+  '''Note: The 3rd subcamera SSD's footage is 6 times smaller than the 1st and the 2nd as it contains images from 2 sensors, others - from 12 each'''     After footage is downloaded from all SSDs the tree will look similar to the following: After footage is downloaded from all SSDs the tree will look similar to the following: Line 46: Line 46:        ├── file_2.img       ├── file_2.img        ├── file_3.img       ├── file_3.img −      └── file_4.img</font>+      └── file_4.img  + </font>     ==Next step: split footage into images== ==Next step: split footage into images==  '''extract_images.php''' '''extract_images.php''' Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 Post Processing

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 18:27

← Older revision Revision as of 00:27, 23 April 2017 (2 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 31: Line 31:     5. Repeat steps 1.-4. for the next SSD (if PC fits only one). 5. Repeat steps 1.-4. for the next SSD (if PC fits only one). −  '''Note: The 3rd subcamera SSD's footage is 6 times less than the 1st and the 2nd as it contains images from 2 sensors, others - from 12 each'''+  '''Note: The 3rd subcamera SSD's footage is 6 times smaller than the 1st and the 2nd as it contains images from 2 sensors, others - from 12 each'''     After footage is downloaded from all SSDs the tree will look similar to the following: After footage is downloaded from all SSDs the tree will look similar to the following: −  <font size='1' color='darkblue'>/data/footage/test1+  <font size='2' color='darkblue'>/data/footage/test1    ├── Crucial_CT2050MX300SSD1_001-part2   ├── Crucial_CT2050MX300SSD1_001-part2    │   ├── file_2.img   │   ├── file_2.img Line 46: Line 46:        ├── file_2.img       ├── file_2.img        ├── file_3.img       ├── file_3.img −      └── file_4.img</font>+      └── file_4.img  + </font>     ==Next step: split footage into images== ==Next step: split footage into images==  '''extract_images.php''' '''extract_images.php''' Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 Post Processing

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 18:27

← Older revision Revision as of 00:27, 23 April 2017 (8 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 5: Line 5:  === Scripts === === Scripts ===  * ''ext_ssd_download.py'' - download footage from external SSD (connected to PC, camera off) * ''ext_ssd_download.py'' - download footage from external SSD (connected to PC, camera off)  + ''$./ext_ssd_download.py -h'' - print help  * ''int_ssd_download.py'' - download footage from Eyesis4Pi-393 internal SSD (camera's eSATA cables allow to download data from internal SSDs) * ''int_ssd_download.py'' - download footage from Eyesis4Pi-393 internal SSD (camera's eSATA cables allow to download data from internal SSDs)  + ''$./int_ssd_download.py -h'' - print help  +  +==Download footage example==  +1. Connect SSD to PC  +  +2. Identify the device (using ''dmesg'', for example). Example: '''/dev/sdc'''. The second partition contains footage = '''/dev/sdc2'''  +  +3. ''cd'' to the dir  + $ cd elphel-tools-x393  +4. Download footage in 10GB chunks (the script has 20MB overlapping to prevent corrupted images in the preceding chunk)  +* Download 30GB but skip the first 20GB (download range = 20-50GB on the SSD), to ''/data/footage/test1'' on PC:  + $./ext_ssd_download.py -p /dev/sdb2 -n 3 -s 2 /data/footage/test1  +  + '''result tree:'''  + <font size='2' color='darkblue'>/data/footage/test1  + └── Crucial_CT2050MX300SSD1_001-part2 <font color='black'>- each drive has a unique identifier, the script creates a corresponding directory for each drive and partition</font>  +     ├── file_2.img  +     ├── file_3.img  +     └── file_4.img</font>  +  +* Download whole partition, to ''/data/footage/test1'' on PC:  + $./ext_ssd_download.py -p /dev/sdb2 /data/footage/test2  +  +5. Repeat steps 1.-4. for the next SSD (if PC fits only one).  + '''Note: The 3rd subcamera SSD's footage is 6 times smaller than the 1st and the 2nd as it contains images from 2 sensors, others - from 12 each'''  +  +After footage is downloaded from all SSDs the tree will look similar to the following:  + <font size='2' color='darkblue'>/data/footage/test1  + ├── Crucial_CT2050MX300SSD1_001-part2  + │   ├── file_2.img  + │   ├── file_3.img  + │   └── file_4.img  + ├── Crucial_CT2050MX300SSD1_002-part2  + │   ├── file_2.img  + │   ├── file_3.img  + │   └── file_4.img  + └── Crucial_CT2050MX300SSD1_003-part2  +     ├── file_2.img  +     ├── file_3.img  +     └── file_4.img  + </font>  +  +==Next step: split footage into images==  +'''extract_images.php''' Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 Post Processing

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 17:42

Created page with "==Install== git clone https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/elphel-tools-x393.git === Scripts === * ''ext_ssd_download.py'' - download footage from external SSD (connected to PC, c..."

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==Install==

git clone https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/elphel-tools-x393.git

=== Scripts ===
* ''ext_ssd_download.py'' - download footage from external SSD (connected to PC, camera off)
* ''int_ssd_download.py'' - download footage from Eyesis4Pi-393 internal SSD (camera's eSATA cables allow to download data from internal SSDs) Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 17:37

‎Power On

← Older revision Revision as of 23:37, 22 April 2017 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 43: Line 43:       Note: If GUI is refreshed before subcamera has mounted SSD it will not display SSD free space. Refresh in a few moments or until SSD gets mounted.   Note: If GUI is refreshed before subcamera has mounted SSD it will not display SSD free space. Refresh in a few moments or until SSD gets mounted.  + Note: Each subcamera's drive has 2 partitions:  +      * /dev/sda1 - ext4 file system - used by the logger on the 1st subcamera (192.168.0.161), and stored write info of the second partition  +      * /dev/sda2 - no file system - images are written to the 'raw' partition for better speed. They are extracted later, using ''dd'' mostly  +      In the GUI under free space ():  +          * the 1st number - /dev/sda1  +          * the 2nd number - /dev/sda2     <b> <b> Oleg

Eyesis4Pi Footage Procedures page

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 17:11

‎Procedures

← Older revision Revision as of 23:11, 22 April 2017 Line 1: Line 1:  <br/><br/> <br/><br/>  ==Procedures== ==Procedures==  +* This will work if dealing with few panoramas. For many the best option is to use scripts w/o ui.  * Copying images before processing. * Copying images before processing.  * Extracting GPS coordinates from the images' EXIF headers. * Extracting GPS coordinates from the images' EXIF headers. Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 17:08

‎Example

← Older revision Revision as of 23:08, 22 April 2017 (11 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 12: Line 12:               2. Make the src folder visible to the web server:   2. Make the src folder visible to the web server: −  2a. Create a link, terminal: "sudo ln -sf <path-to-eyesis4pi_gui-folder> /var/www/eyesisgui"+  2a. Create a link, terminal: "sudo ln -sf <path-to-eyesis4pi_gui-folder> /var/www/html/eyesisgui"    2b. Or copy all the files to /var/www/eyesisgui.   2b. Or copy all the files to /var/www/eyesisgui. −  Note: "/var/www" is the (apache2) web server's document root folder.+  Note: ''/var/www/html'' is apache2 document root folder.          −  (for recording to the device over network only)+  (for recording over network only to host device)    2c. Make the footage root folder "/data/footage" writable for everyone.   2c. Make the footage root folder "/data/footage" writable for everyone.  +  + 3. Make editable ''eyesis4pi-393-gui/settings.xml'' for the webserver  +    $ chmod 777 settings.xml  +    This file restores the settings from previous session.  +  +     == Equipment/Package == == Equipment/Package == Line 32: Line 38:  * Connect all cables - power, network, eSATA. * Connect all cables - power, network, eSATA.  * Power on: switch, SSD enclosure, Eyesis4Pi393. Boot takes about 1 min. * Power on: switch, SSD enclosure, Eyesis4Pi393. Boot takes about 1 min. −* Setup PC IP (can be done beforehand).+* Setup PC IP (can be done beforehand, see [[Eyesis4Pi_393_User_Guide_-_Recording#Network_Setup|Network Setup]])  * Refresh GUI after camera boots * Refresh GUI after camera boots −  Note 1: If GUI is refreshed before subcamera has mounted SSD it will not display SSD free space. Refresh in a few moments or until SSD gets mounted.+ http://127.0.0.1/eyesisgui  +   +  Note: If GUI is refreshed before subcamera has mounted SSD it will not display SSD free space. Refresh in a few moments or until SSD gets mounted.     <b> <b> −  Important Notice: Use a fan to cool the camera's pole when shooting indoors.+  Important Note: Use a fan to cool the camera's pole when shooting indoors.  </b> </b>  {| {| Line 142: Line 150:     == Setting recording parameters: camera settings == == Setting recording parameters: camera settings == − +===Description===  * '''Settings''' -&gt; '''Camera'''-tab * '''Settings''' -&gt; '''Camera'''-tab    −  '''Trigger period,ms ''' - 1/FPS, 200 = 5fps, 250 = 4fps, 500 = 2fps, 1000 = 1fps...+  '''Trigger period,ms ''' - 1/FPS, 250 = 4fps, 500 = 2fps, 1000 = 1fps...    '''HDRVexpos''' - not used.   '''HDRVexpos''' - not used.    '''Manual Exposure''' - used when auto exposure is off.   '''Manual Exposure''' - used when auto exposure is off. Line 168: Line 176:  | [[File:Eyesis4pi393gui tab other.png|thumb|500px]] | [[File:Eyesis4pi393gui tab other.png|thumb|500px]]  |} |}  +  +===Example===  +# '''Trigger period''' = '''250''' - hit '''APPLY''' below '''AutoExp frame ahead'''  +# '''Compression quality''' = '''96''' - edit or use +/-, the value is applied on change  +# Start recording     == Start == == Start == Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 17:08

‎Example

← Older revision Revision as of 23:08, 22 April 2017 (12 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 6: Line 6:    git clone https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/eyesis4pi-393-gui.git   git clone https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/eyesis4pi-393-gui.git    git pull (repeat any time to get the latest)   git pull (repeat any time to get the latest) −https://git.elphel.com:  − https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/eyesis4pi-393-gui/tree/master      Follow the instructions in INSTALL.txt: Follow the instructions in INSTALL.txt: Line 14: Line 12:               2. Make the src folder visible to the web server:   2. Make the src folder visible to the web server: −  2a. Create a link, terminal: "sudo ln -sf <path-to-eyesis4pi_gui-folder> /var/www/eyesisgui"+  2a. Create a link, terminal: "sudo ln -sf <path-to-eyesis4pi_gui-folder> /var/www/html/eyesisgui"    2b. Or copy all the files to /var/www/eyesisgui.   2b. Or copy all the files to /var/www/eyesisgui. −  Note: "/var/www" is the (apache2) web server's document root folder.+  Note: ''/var/www/html'' is apache2 document root folder.          −  (for recording to the device over network only)+  (for recording over network only to host device)    2c. Make the footage root folder "/data/footage" writable for everyone.   2c. Make the footage root folder "/data/footage" writable for everyone.  +  + 3. Make editable ''eyesis4pi-393-gui/settings.xml'' for the webserver  +    $ chmod 777 settings.xml  +    This file restores the settings from previous session.  +       Line 35: Line 38:  * Connect all cables - power, network, eSATA. * Connect all cables - power, network, eSATA.  * Power on: switch, SSD enclosure, Eyesis4Pi393. Boot takes about 1 min. * Power on: switch, SSD enclosure, Eyesis4Pi393. Boot takes about 1 min. −* Setup PC IP (can be done beforehand).+* Setup PC IP (can be done beforehand, see [[Eyesis4Pi_393_User_Guide_-_Recording#Network_Setup|Network Setup]])  * Refresh GUI after camera boots * Refresh GUI after camera boots −  Note 1: If GUI is refreshed before subcamera has mounted SSD it will not display SSD free space. Refresh in a few moments or until SSD gets mounted.+ http://127.0.0.1/eyesisgui  +   +  Note: If GUI is refreshed before subcamera has mounted SSD it will not display SSD free space. Refresh in a few moments or until SSD gets mounted.     <b> <b> −  Important Notice: Use a fan to cool the camera's pole when shooting indoors.+  Important Note: Use a fan to cool the camera's pole when shooting indoors.  </b> </b>  {| {| Line 145: Line 150:     == Setting recording parameters: camera settings == == Setting recording parameters: camera settings == − +===Description===  * '''Settings''' -&gt; '''Camera'''-tab * '''Settings''' -&gt; '''Camera'''-tab    −  '''Trigger period,ms ''' - 1/FPS, 200 = 5fps, 250 = 4fps, 500 = 2fps, 1000 = 1fps...+  '''Trigger period,ms ''' - 1/FPS, 250 = 4fps, 500 = 2fps, 1000 = 1fps...    '''HDRVexpos''' - not used.   '''HDRVexpos''' - not used.    '''Manual Exposure''' - used when auto exposure is off.   '''Manual Exposure''' - used when auto exposure is off. Line 171: Line 176:  | [[File:Eyesis4pi393gui tab other.png|thumb|500px]] | [[File:Eyesis4pi393gui tab other.png|thumb|500px]]  |} |}  +  +===Example===  +# '''Trigger period''' = '''250''' - hit '''APPLY''' below '''AutoExp frame ahead'''  +# '''Compression quality''' = '''96''' - edit or use +/-, the value is applied on change  +# Start recording     == Start == == Start == Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Sat, 04/22/2017 - 16:38

‎Download & Install

← Older revision Revision as of 22:38, 22 April 2017 Line 6: Line 6:    git clone https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/eyesis4pi-393-gui.git   git clone https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/eyesis4pi-393-gui.git    git pull (repeat any time to get the latest)   git pull (repeat any time to get the latest) −https://git.elphel.com:  − https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/eyesis4pi-393-gui/tree/master      Follow the instructions in INSTALL.txt: Follow the instructions in INSTALL.txt: Line 20: Line 18:    (for recording to the device over network only)   (for recording to the device over network only)    2c. Make the footage root folder "/data/footage" writable for everyone.   2c. Make the footage root folder "/data/footage" writable for everyone. −      == Equipment/Package == == Equipment/Package == Oleg

Load custom bitstream

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 15:50

← Older revision Revision as of 21:50, 20 April 2017 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 3: Line 3:     Reasons: Reasons: −* Different banks have different (software - controlled and regulated) voltages and they need to be set up before loading.+* Different banks have different (software controlled and regulated) voltages and they need to be set up before loading.  ** voltages are set by the software through i2c ** voltages are set by the software through i2c    Line 31: Line 31:     ==Init== ==Init== −* '''detect_sensors''' driver reads the device tree to get the default system configuration which gets later updated by '''autocampars'''+* '''detect_sensors''' driver reads the device tree to get the default system configuration which gets later updated by '''autocampars''' application  * /etc/init.d/init_elphel393 * /etc/init.d/init_elphel393    ...   ... Oleg

Load custom bitstream

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 15:50

← Older revision Revision as of 21:50, 20 April 2017 (13 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1: −==from u-boot==+==Description== −==from OS==+The default bitstream is loaded from OS not from u-boot.  +   +Reasons:  +* Different banks have different (software controlled and regulated) voltages and they need to be set up before loading.  +** voltages are set by the software through i2c  +   +==Bitstreams paths==  +* Location on target system: ''/usr/local/verilog/''  +{| class='wikitable'  +! name  +! project  +! description  +|-  +|x393_parallel.bit  +|[https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/x393 x393]  +|for 5MPix sensor with parallel interface + SATA  +|-  +|x393_hispi.bit  +|[https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/x393 x393]  +|for 14MPix sensor with serial interface + SATA  +|-  +|x393_sata.bit  +|[https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/x393_sata x393_sata]  +|SATA only  +|-  +|x359.bit  +|[https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/x359 x359]  +|for external MUX 3-to-1 board  +|}  +   +==Init==  +* '''detect_sensors''' driver reads the device tree to get the default system configuration which gets later updated by '''autocampars''' application  +* /etc/init.d/init_elphel393  + ...  + $CONFDIR/init_elphel393.py "{\"usb_hub\":1, \"ip\":1,\"imgsrv\":1, \"autoexp_daemon\":1, \"autocampars\":1, \"sata\":1, \"gps\":1, \"eyesis\":0 }"  + ...  +** in this line the extra init procedures are listed, to disable/skip certain procedure set 0, to enable - set 1  +** everything is done in ''/etc/elphel393/init_elphel393.py'' which runs other scripts.  +** the bitstream is loaded by '''autocampars''' or '''sata''' (if autocampars is skipped)  +   +===autocampars===  +* project: [https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/elphel-apps-autocampars elphel-apps-autocampars]  +* top script: '''autocampars.php'''  +** Location on target system: ''/usr/bin/''  +** loads ''/usr/local/verilog/x359.bit'' to the external MUX board  +** depending on configuration (determined in init_elphel393.py) calls '''/usr/bin/autocampars.py''' with arguments listed in the files in ''/usr/local/verilog''. The default one is ''/usr/local/verilog/hargs'':  + -d TARGET_MODE=1  + -f /usr/local/verilog/system_defines.vh  + -f /usr/local/verilog/x393_parameters.vh  /usr/local/verilog/x393_cur_params_target.vh /usr/local/verilog/x393_localparams.vh  + -l /usr/local/verilog/x393_cur_params_target.vh  + -p PICKLE="/usr/local/verilog/x393_mcntrl.pickle  + -c bitstream_set_path /usr/local/verilog/x393_parallel.bit  + -c setupSensorsPower  "PAR12"  all  0  0.1  + -c measure_all "*DI"  + -c setSensorClock 24.0 "2V5_LVDS"  + -c set_rtc  +   +The file with arguments can be found in the fpga projects, example:  + https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/x393/tree/master/py393  +Location on target system: ''/usr/local/verilog/''  +   +===sata===  +* project [https://git.elphel.com/Elphel/x393_sata x393_sata]  +* Location on target system: ''/usr/local/verilog/''  +* '''/usr/local/bin/x393sata.py''' loads it default bitstream if fpga has not been programmed yet.  + ...  + DEFAULT_BITFILE="/usr/local/verilog/x393_sata.bit"  + ...  +   [[Category:393]] [[Category:393]] Oleg

Load custom bitstream

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 15:07

← Older revision Revision as of 21:07, 20 April 2017 (5 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 1: Line 1: −==from u-boot==+==Description== −==from OS==+The default bitstream is loaded from OS not from u-boot.  +Reasons:  +* Different banks have different (software - controlled and regulated) voltages and they need to be set up before loading.  +** voltages are set by the software through i2c  +   +==Bitstreams paths==  +* ''/usr/local/verilog/''  +{| class='wikitable'  +! name  +! description  +|-  +|x393_parallel.bit  +|for 5MPix sensor with parallel interface + SATA  +|-  +|x393_hispi.bit  +|for 14MPix sensor with serial interface + SATA  +|-  +|x393_sata.bit  +|SATA only  +|-  +|x359.bit  +|for external MUX 3-to-1 board  +|}  +   +==Init==  +* /etc/init.d/init_elphel393  + ...  + $CONFDIR/init_elphel393.py "{\"usb_hub\":1, \"ip\":1,\"imgsrv\":1, \"autoexp_daemon\":1, \"autocampars\":1, \"sata\":1, \"gps\":1, \"eyesis\":0 }"  + ...  +** in this line the extra init procedures are listed, to disable/skip certain procedure set 0, to enable - set 1  +** everything is done in ''/etc/elphel393/init_elphel393.py'' which runs other scripts.  +** the bitstream is loaded by '''autocampars''' or '''sata''' (if autocampars is skipped)  +   +   +   [[Category:393]] [[Category:393]] Oleg

Load custom bitstream

Thu, 04/20/2017 - 14:42

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==from u-boot==
==from OS==
[[Category:393]] Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Tue, 04/18/2017 - 13:26

‎Error 5 (frame buffer overflow)

← Older revision Revision as of 19:26, 18 April 2017 (One intermediate revision by the same user not shown)Line 195: Line 195:     ===Error 5 (frame buffer overflow)=== ===Error 5 (frame buffer overflow)=== −* Frame buffer overflow counter (<font color='red'>'''dropped frames'''</font>).+* Frame buffer overflow counter ( = <font color='red'>'''dropped frames'''</font>).  * Possible causes: * Possible causes:  ** FPS and compression quality (combined) set too high: 5fps + 100% ** FPS and compression quality (combined) set too high: 5fps + 100% Oleg

Eyesis4Pi 393 User Guide - Recording

Tue, 04/18/2017 - 13:26

‎Error 5 (frame buffer overflow)

← Older revision Revision as of 19:26, 18 April 2017 (3 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)Line 193: Line 193:     == Troubleshooting == == Troubleshooting ==  +  +===Error 5 (frame buffer overflow)===  +* Frame buffer overflow counter ( = <font color='red'>'''dropped frames'''</font>).  +* Possible causes:  +** FPS and compression quality (combined) set too high: 5fps + 100%  +** SSD write speed is slowed  +{|  +|[[File:Eyesis4pi 393 gui error5.png|thumb|400px|Buffer overflow errors]]  +|}  +* Errors are displayed as '''err5(N)''' against each buffer, where N is a cumulative number of errors  +     <!-- <!-- Oleg

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