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Re: [Q] v4l buffer format inside isoc



Hi,

2012/3/21 Devin Heitmueller <dheitmueller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>
> Every USB bridge provides their raw video over isoc in a slightly
> different format (not just in terms of the colorspace but also how to
> read the isoc header to detect the start of video frame, which field
> is being sent, etc).  Regarding the colorspace, in many cases it's
> simply 16-bit YUYV, so I would probably start there.

Ok. So, it's not saa7113 related, but rather stk1160 related?

When there is no video, isoc urbs are received with actual length=4.
This is header right?
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