1- Mounting and Detecting the Video Capture Card
2- Installing the Kernel Driver
3- Testing the Video Capture Card
Hardware: DSBOARD-NX2 with Xavier NX
OS: Jetpack 4.6.2
Capture Card: Magewell Eco Capture HDMI 4K M.2
In this blog post, we will test an M.2 Key-M based HDMI video capture card (Magewell Eco Capture HDMI 4K M.2) on DSBOARD-NX2. First, we will mount the card on DSBOARD-NX2 and detect it. Then, we will install it's driver on Jetson. Finally, we will test the video source on it.
Info: The driver also tested on JetPack-5.x based system (DSBOARD-AGX with AGX Orin 32GB (JetPack-5.0.2))
Connect the HDMI video capture card on DSBOARD-NX2.
Then, boot up the Jetson and open a terminal. Type the following command below to check the video capture card detected:
Download the driver source from here and extract it.
Open a terminal in this extracted folder and start the installation with the following command below:
Hint: If you have not installed "make" package on your Jetson, please install it first ($ sudo apt install make).
A few seconds later, the driver installed successfully.
Connect an HDMI source to the video capture card and type the following commands below to check the device information and video source:
After the confirmation, start the video capture streaming on Jetson:
gst-launch-1.0 v4l2src device=/dev/video0 ! 'video/x-raw,format=YUY2,framerate=60/1' ! xvimagesink
Maximize the opened video source to view the whole Desktop.
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