On Wed, 2017-02-22 at 15:52 -0800, Steve Longerbeam wrote:
On 02/16/2017 03:32 AM, Philipp Zabel wrote:
On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 18:19 -0800, Steve Longerbeam wrote:
The previous API and negotiation of mbus codes and pixel formats
was broken, and has been completely redone.
The negotiation of media bus codes should be as follows:
sink pad direct src pad IDMAC src pad
-------- ---------------- -------------
RGB (any) IPU RGB RGB (any)
YUV (any) IPU YUV YUV (any)
Bayer N/A must be same bayer code as sink
The IDMAC src pad should also use the internal 32-bit RGB / YUV format,
except if bayer/raw mode is selected, in which case the attached capture
video device should only allow a single mode corresponding to the output
pad media bus format.
The IDMAC source pad is going to memory, so it has left the IPU.
Are you sure it should be an internal IPU format? I realize it
is linked to a capture device node, and the IPU format could then
be translated to a v4l2 fourcc by the capture device, but IMHO this
pad is external to the IPU.
The CSI IDMAC source pad should describe the format at the connection
between the CSI and the IDMAC, just as the icprpvf and icprpenc source
The format outside of the IPU is the memory format written by the IDMAC,
but that is a memory pixel format and not a media bus format at all.
That would also make it more straightforward to enumerate the memory
pixel formats in the capture device: If the source pad media bus format
is 32-bit YUV, enumerate all YUV formats, if it is 32-bit RGB or RGB565,
enumerate all rgb formats, otherwise (bayer/raw mode) only allow the
specific memory format matching the bus format.