If you want to try compression, use the "compress=1" and "ttpp=1" parameters
with the ov511 1.35 module. You will likely get garbage, but this will give you
an idea of what the frame rate will be like once I have it working.
Erik Gustavsson wrote:
> On Thu, 5 Apr 2001, Thomas Speck wrote:
> IIRC the driver doesn't support compression, and there is no way you can
> get 640x480 uncompressed at 30 fps over USB...
> > I am trying to get working a Spacec@m 300 (USB) by Trust. I tried this
> > under 2.2.18 and 2.4.3. In order to get the camera detected I can use the
> > usb-uhci or uhci module (the result is the same). The camera gets detected
> > (some OV7610 gets probed - I don't know if this is the correct one) and
> > after loading the ov511 module I get the picture of the camera displayed
> > with xawt-3.38 (resolution 640x480 - the camera is able to this).
> > The problem I am running into is that the framerate is extremely slow
> > (maybe 3 fps), however, from the specifications it should work with 30
> > fps. My system is a Pentium II with 300 Mhz. Some Miro TV card with a
> > BT848 chip works fine with the bttv driver.
> > Do you have any idea ?
> > If you need more info, just let me know. I am also willing to do some
> > tests...
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