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2015/12/21

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irieger
Hey, folks.
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irieger
How can the framerate be set which cmv_snap3 uses? As far as I understand it the sensor by default exposes just when reading the last frame is finished?
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Bertl_oO
irieger: the frame rate is a result from the output rate and exposure time
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Bertl_oO
or to be precise, exposure and transfer time
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Bertl_oO
whenever a new frame is available (captured and transferred) the output pipeline switches and triggers a new exposure
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alexML
irieger: section 3.10 in the datasheet looks helpful
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irieger
Bertl_zZ alexML that's what I meant. But is there a way to capture raw at a specific rate? Let's say 24fps or so.
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irieger
can't imagine it isn't possible to get a specific rate to get 24/25/30 or whatever with a 180 degree shutter?
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Bertl
irieger: of course there is, but currently it is not implemented :)
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Bertl
irieger: note that it shouldn't be hard to implement though, you should have all mechanisms in place already, i.e. you can manually trigger a snap and you can also tie it to the output in almost arbitrary ways