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avt_vimba_camera frame rate issue [closed]

asked 2015-08-24 09:29:38 -0600

Tirgo gravatar image

updated 2015-12-07 02:18:13 -0600

Hello everybody,

i am currently using the package avt_vimba_camera to use a Manta G609B. My ROS indigo system is running on an Odroid XU3. Had some troubles to get everything running, but now the driver seems to work. I installed it from source and added some needed arm libraries. The only issue is, that the driver will automatically lower the frame rate of the camera depending on the chosen resolution.

[ INFO] [1440425646.889163949]: New PixelFormat config (manta) : 
    PixelFormat : Mono8 was Mono8
[ INFO] [1440425646.899412146]: Asking for feature AcquisitionFrameRateLimit with datatype float and value 8.86603
[ WARN] [1440425646.900022564]: Max frame rate allowed: 8.86603. Setting 8...
[ INFO] [1440425646.943016690]: New Acquisition and Trigger config (manta) : 
    AcquisitionMode         : Continuous was Continuous
    AcquisitionFrameRateAbs : 8 was 12
    TriggerMode             : On was On
    TriggerSource           : FixedRate was FixedRate
    TriggerSelector         : FrameStart was FrameStart
    TriggerActivation       : RisingEdge was RisingEdge
    TriggerDelayAbs         : 0 was 0
[ INFO] [1440425646.961006784]: [camera]: Starting continuous image acquisition...(manta)

Even it is automatically tuned down to 8 frames per second, a test showed just a frame rate of around 4 Hz. Is that an issue working on an arm architecture? I had never such a problem an my normal PC. Would appreciate some help with that.

Tested it again with the same launch file (resolution and frame rate, etc.):

PC -> 16 fps Odroid XU3 -> 2 fps

ANSWER: Turns out that the Odroid XU3 has only an fast ethernet controller. Tested it also with an odroid XU4, which is limited by the MTU packet size of 4078.

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Might be better to answer your own question and accept that answer. It will also mark the question as answered in the listing.

gvdhoorn gravatar imagegvdhoorn ( 2015-12-07 02:42:25 -0600 )edit

Ok good to know. Unfourtanetly i don't have enough karma to reopen it. But i will remember it for the future.

Tirgo gravatar imageTirgo ( 2015-12-09 01:56:25 -0600 )edit

reopened. You can post an answer now.

ahendrix gravatar imageahendrix ( 2015-12-09 02:02:45 -0600 )edit

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answered 2015-12-09 02:30:16 -0600

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updated 2015-12-09 02:30:41 -0600

Turns out that the Odroid XU3 includes only a fast ethernet controller. Tested it also with an odroid XU4, which is limited by the MTU packet size of 4078.

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