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SubjectRe: [PATCH v8 11/11] media: imx.rst: Update doc to reflect fixes to interlaced capture
On Mon, Jan 21, 2019 at 12:24 PM Tim Harvey <tharvey@gateworks.com> wrote:
>
> On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 3:54 PM Steve Longerbeam <slongerbeam@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hi Tim,
> >
> > On 1/15/19 1:58 PM, Tim Harvey wrote:
> > > On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 10:30 AM Steve Longerbeam <slongerbeam@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> Also add an example pipeline for unconverted capture with interweave
> > >> on SabreAuto.
> > >>
> > >> Cleanup some language in various places in the process.
> > >>
> > >> Signed-off-by: Steve Longerbeam <slongerbeam@gmail.com>
> > >> Reviewed-by: Philipp Zabel <p.zabel@pengutronix.de>
> > >> ---
> > >> Changes since v4:
> > >> - Make clear that it is IDMAC channel that does pixel reordering and
> > >> interweave, not the CSI. Caught by Philipp Zabel.
> > >> Changes since v3:
> > >> - none.
> > >> Changes since v2:
> > >> - expand on idmac interweave behavior in CSI subdev.
> > >> - switch second SabreAuto pipeline example to PAL to give
> > >> both NTSC and PAL examples.
> > >> - Cleanup some language in various places.
> > >> ---
> > >> Documentation/media/v4l-drivers/imx.rst | 103 +++++++++++++++---------
> > >> 1 file changed, 66 insertions(+), 37 deletions(-)
> > >>
> > > <snip>
> > >> Capture Pipelines
> > >> -----------------
> > >> @@ -516,10 +522,33 @@ On the SabreAuto, an on-board ADV7180 SD decoder is connected to the
> > >> parallel bus input on the internal video mux to IPU1 CSI0.
> > >>
> > >> The following example configures a pipeline to capture from the ADV7180
> > >> -video decoder, assuming NTSC 720x480 input signals, with Motion
> > >> -Compensated de-interlacing. Pad field types assume the adv7180 outputs
> > >> -"interlaced". $outputfmt can be any format supported by the ipu1_ic_prpvf
> > >> -entity at its output pad:
> > >> +video decoder, assuming NTSC 720x480 input signals, using simple
> > >> +interweave (unconverted and without motion compensation). The adv7180
> > >> +must output sequential or alternating fields (field type 'seq-bt' for
> > >> +NTSC, or 'alternate'):
> > >> +
> > >> +.. code-block:: none
> > >> +
> > >> + # Setup links
> > >> + media-ctl -l "'adv7180 3-0021':0 -> 'ipu1_csi0_mux':1[1]"
> > >> + media-ctl -l "'ipu1_csi0_mux':2 -> 'ipu1_csi0':0[1]"
> > >> + media-ctl -l "'ipu1_csi0':2 -> 'ipu1_csi0 capture':0[1]"
> > >> + # Configure pads
> > >> + media-ctl -V "'adv7180 3-0021':0 [fmt:UYVY2X8/720x480 field:seq-bt]"
> > >> + media-ctl -V "'ipu1_csi0_mux':2 [fmt:UYVY2X8/720x480]"
> > >> + media-ctl -V "'ipu1_csi0':2 [fmt:AYUV32/720x480]"
> > >> + # Configure "ipu1_csi0 capture" interface (assumed at /dev/video4)
> > >> + v4l2-ctl -d4 --set-fmt-video=field=interlaced_bt
> > >> +
> > >> +Streaming can then begin on /dev/video4. The v4l2-ctl tool can also be
> > >> +used to select any supported YUV pixelformat on /dev/video4.
> > >> +
> > > Hi Steve,
> > >
> > > I'm testing 4.20 with this patchset on top.
> > >
> > > I'm on a GW5104 which has an IMX6Q with the adv7180 on ipu1_csi0 like
> > > the SabeAuto example above I can't get the simple interveave example
> > > to work:
> > >
> > > media-ctl -r # reset all links
> > > # Setup links (ADV7180 IPU1_CSI0)
> > > media-ctl -l '"adv7180 2-0020":0 -> "ipu1_csi0_mux":1[1]'
> > > media-ctl -l '"ipu1_csi0_mux":2 -> "ipu1_csi0":0[1]'
> > > media-ctl -l '"ipu1_csi0":2 -> "ipu1_csi0 capture":0[1]' # /dev/video4
> > > # Configure pads
> > > media-ctl -V "'adv7180 2-0020':0 [fmt:UYVY2X8/720x480 field:seq-bt]"
> > > media-ctl -V "'ipu1_csi0_mux':2 [fmt:UYVY2X8/720x480]"
> > > media-ctl -V "'ipu1_csi0':0 [fmt:AYUV32/720x480]"
> >
> > This is the reason. The adv7180 is only allowing to configure alternate
> > field mode, and thus it reports the field height on the mbus, not the
> > full frame height. Imx deals with alternate field mode by capturing a
> > full frame, so the CSI entity sets the output pad height to double the
> > height.
> >
> > So the CSI input pad needs to be configured with the field height:
> >
> > media-ctl -V "'ipu1_csi0':0 [fmt:AYUV32/720x240]"
> >
> > It should work for you after doing that. And better yet, don't bother
> > configuring the input pad, because media-ctl will propagate formats from
> > source to sink pads for you, so it's better to rely on the propagation,
> > and set the CSI output pad format instead (full frame height at output pad):
> >
> > media-ctl -V "'ipu1_csi0':2 [fmt:AYUV32/720x480]"
> >
>
> Steve,
>
> Thanks - that makes sense.
>
> I also noticed that if I setup one of the vdic pipelines first then
> went back after a 'media-ctl -r' and setup the example that failed it
> no longer failed. I'm thinking that this is because 'media-ctl -r'
> make reset all the links but does not reset all the V4L2 formats on
> pads?
>
> >
> > Final note: the imx.rst doc is technically correct even though it is
> > showing full frame heights being configured at the pads, because it is
> > expecting the adv7180 has accepted 'seq-bt'. But even the example given
> > in that doc works for alternate field mode, because the pad heights are
> > forced to the correct field height for alternate mode.
> >
>
> hmmm... I don't quite follow this statement. It sounds like the
> example would only be correct if you were setting 'field:alternate'
> but the example sets 'field:seq-bt' instead.
>
> I wonder if you should add some verbiage explaining the difference in
> format (resolution specifically) between the input and output pads
> and/or change the example to set the output pad format so people don't
> run into what I did trying to follow the example.
>

Steve,

I'm able to link a sensor->mux->csi->vdic->ic_prp->ic_prpenc but not a
sensor->mux->csi->vdic->ic_prp->ic_prpvf pipeline:

- imx6q-gw54xx adv7180 2-0020 IPU2_CSI1 sensor->mux->csi->vdic->ic_prp->ic_prpvf
# sensor format
media-ctl --get-v4l2 '"adv7180 2-0020":0' #
fmt:UYVY8_2X8/720x240@1001/30000 field:alternate colorspace:smpte170m
# reset all links
media-ctl --reset
# setup links
media-ctl -l "'adv7180 2-0020':0 -> 'ipu2_csi1_mux':1[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_csi1_mux':2 -> 'ipu2_csi1':0[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_csi1':1 -> 'ipu2_vdic':0[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_vdic':2 -> 'ipu2_ic_prp':0[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_ic_prp':2 -> 'ipu2_ic_prpvf':0[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_ic_prpvf':1 -> 'ipu2_ic_prpvf capture':0[1]"
# configure pads
media-ctl -V "'adv7180 2-0020':0 [fmt:UYVY2X8/720x480 field:seq-bt]"
media-ctl -V "'ipu2_csi1_mux':2 [fmt:UYVY2X8/720x480]"
media-ctl -V "'ipu2_csi1':1 [fmt:AYUV32/720x480]"
media-ctl -V "'ipu2_vdic':2 [fmt:AYUV32/720x480 field:none]"
media-ctl -V "'ipu2_ic_prp':2 [fmt:AYUV32/720x480 field:none]"
media-ctl -V "'ipu2_ic_prpvf':1 [fmt:AYUV32/720x480]"
# capture device
media-ctl -e 'ipu2_ic_prpvf capture' # /dev/video3
# capture 1 frame
v4l2-ctl --device /dev/video3 --stream-mmap --stream-to=x.raw --stream-count=1
^^^ works

- imx6q-gw54xx adv7180 2-0020 IPU2_CSI1
sensor->mux->csi->vdic->ic_prp->ic_prpenc
# sensor format
media-ctl --get-v4l2 '"adv7180 2-0020":0' #
fmt:UYVY8_2X8/720x240@1001/30000 field:alternate colorspace:smpte170m
# reset all links
media-ctl --reset
# setup links
media-ctl -l "'adv7180 2-0020':0 -> 'ipu2_csi1_mux':1[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_csi1_mux':2 -> 'ipu2_csi1':0[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_csi1':1 -> 'ipu2_vdic':0[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_vdic':2 -> 'ipu2_ic_prp':0[1]"
media-ctl -l "'ipu2_ic_prp':1 -> 'ipu2_ic_prpenc':0[1]"
Unable to setup formats: Invalid argument (22)

using Linux 4.20 + the following patch series:
- media: imx-csi: Input connections to CSI should be optional
- imx-media: Fixes for interlaced capture
v4l-utils 1.16.1

See http://dev.gateworks.com/docs/linux/media/imx6q-gw54xx-media.png

My understanding is that the ic_prpenc and ic_prpvf entities are
identical and it looks like I'm using the right pads. I'm also seeing
the same on a board that uses ipu1_csi0 instead.

Any ideas?

Regards,

Tim

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