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* Chip Information-EN: [[File:TC358743XBG_datasheet_en_20171026.pdf|none|HDMI TO CSI-2 Chip-EN]]
 
* Chip Information-EN: [[File:TC358743XBG_datasheet_en_20171026.pdf|none|HDMI TO CSI-2 Chip-EN]]
 
* Chip Information-CN: [[File:TC358743XBG_datasheet_zh_cn_20151218.pdf|none|HDMI TO CSI-2 Chip-CN]]
 
* Chip Information-CN: [[File:TC358743XBG_datasheet_zh_cn_20151218.pdf|none|HDMI TO CSI-2 Chip-CN]]
 
== FAQ ==
 
  
 
== Video ==
 
== Video ==
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{{#ev:youtube|https://youtu.be/L5qbZPrpPp0}}
 
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== FAQ ==
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Q1: Some python sample code
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A1: The HDMI source supported by Raspberry Pi with the module is 720p/50fps,720p/60fps,1080i/50fps,1080p/24fps,1080p/25fps. Lower resolution is also working.
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This is the python code used in my video.The Pi uses an official image with no other changes.
  
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<pre>
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from picamera import PiCamera
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from time import
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sleep camera = PiCamera()
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camera.start_preview()
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sleep(1000)
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camera.stop_preview()
  
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</pre>
 
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Revision as of 14:58, 1 July 2020


HDMI to CSI-2 size
HDMI to CSI-2 pin description
HDMI to CSI-2

Overview

  • This is a raspberry pi HDMI to CSI-2 Module with Toshiba TC358743XBG chip, HDMI input supports up to 1080p25fps.

Packing List

  • 1 x Raspberry Pi HDMI to CSI-2 Module
  • 1 x FFC Cable(14cm/5.51inch length)

Features

  • Module: Raspberry Pi HDMI IN
  • Function: HDMI to CSI-2
  • Limitation: HDMI input supports up to 1080p25fps
  • Usage: Same as standard Raspberry Pi camera
  • Chip: Toshiba TC358743XBG

Document

Video

https://youtu.be/L5qbZPrpPp0

FAQ

Q1: Some python sample code

A1: The HDMI source supported by Raspberry Pi with the module is 720p/50fps,720p/60fps,1080i/50fps,1080p/24fps,1080p/25fps. Lower resolution is also working.

This is the python code used in my video.The Pi uses an official image with no other changes.

from picamera import PiCamera
from time import
sleep camera = PiCamera()
camera.start_preview()
sleep(1000)
camera.stop_preview()

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