Stream RTSP video using MIPI cameras from VOXL (VOXL-RTSP)
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VOXL-RTSP is a simple application to stream video from a VOXL image sensor using RTSP and, optionally, store video locally to a MP4 file. Run the video streaming application from the VOXL and view using a RTSP viewer such as VLC or Quicktime player.
The VOXL’s connectors are attached to the following Image Sensor Subsystem ports and have the following colloquial names.
|Port||Image Sensor ID||Colloquial Name|
|J2||0||Hi-res Image Sensor Port|
|J3||1||Stereo Image Sensor Port|
|J4||2||Tracking Image Sensor Port|
- Run the streaming server on target, using the
-coption with the specified Image Sensor ID to choose which image sensor to stream video from.
$ voxl-rtsp -c 0 # Stream video from Hi-res Image Sensor Simple RTSP starting Camera number: 0 Connected Started camera 0 Created session Video track created Updated camera parameters AE Mode: 1, Exposure: 15814, Gain: 100, AWB Mode: 1 rtsp://DEVICE_IP:PORT/live Started session Ctrl-c or 'kill 3038' to end
- Open streaming server’s RTSP URL in VLC or QuickTime player:
- Connect host system to VOXL’s WiFi
- On the host system, run the VLC software
- Go to Media > Open Network Stream
- Enter RTSP URL, default:
- Click Play to view the video stream
Some parameters to try: