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I am a novice in using the IVT libraries and I am able to use the tool for interface with Firewire cameras in Linux. I have a requirement that I cannot use open cv libraries for my project. Is there a possibility of interfacing to a webcam without compiling the opencv functions of IVT?
there is the CV4LCapture (Video4Linux) module, but unfortunately it is very rudimentary and I am not sure if your webcam will run with it.
I will try to work on it as possible, but I can't promise when this will be. Any input from users would be very welcome here!
Thanks for your reply.
I tried your suggestion as follows:
The error that I got was:
Could not set channel #0
Not a fatal error.Capturing dimensions are : 640, 480
Could not set the video depth and palette.
Perhaps not a fatal error.
Format is not 24bit RGB.
error: could not open camera1
I am looking forward to hear your thoughts on this.
I also have a question regarding the CLinux1394Capture2 function. When I use this function, is it accessing the firewire camera like a file level access? For e.g /dev/video13940?
I have to write my own device driver for the firewire cameras and its mode of file access is helpful.
the CV4LCapture is rudimentary, unfortunately. So I am not surprised it does not work as is. You probably have to implement the color conversion for the color encoding of your camera. I don't have time right now to assist right now, but I might have next week. You can send me an email so that I have your contact.
The class CLinux1394Capture2 builds on top of libdc1394 (version 2), which builds on top of libraw1394 - which does the file level access I guess. But I haven't looked into libra1394 so far.
Can you assist me set up webcam in Linux?
please send me an email and provide information about your camera.
I am using a Logitech Pro Cam 9000.
please send me an email, as this discussion will be too much back and forth and too specific for this forum.