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I want write driver of camera system on ingenic mips cpu, and I have read the v4l2 framework documents, but the problem come to me is that how to support ...
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    Hi, is anybody familiar with v4l2 framework?


    I want write driver of camera system on ingenic mips cpu, and I have read the v4l2 framework documents, but the problem come to me is that how to
    support two cameras sensor on one camera host interface.

    I have look up example in kernel for help, but can't find the driver which compatible with two camera sensors.

    If your guys find a example in kernel or know how to write, please help me.
    Thank you!

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    Not so hard. It isn't a V4L issue, but more one of allocating different device IDs for each camera. I assume they reside on different ports, otherwise you cannot know what is coming from whom.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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