Video Mode Settings
Select the video mode you want to use from the tables,
and make the required settings. As examples, the
register settings for Format2, Mode2, and a frame rate
of 15 fps for the XCD-SX910CR/SX910, and Format1,
Mode5, and a frame rate of 30 fps, for the XCD-
X710CR/X710, are shown.
In addition, an isochronous transfer speed of
400 Mbps, and isochronous channel 0 are used in these
examples. Normally, set the isochronous transfer speed
to 400 Mbps.
When multiple cameras are used simultaneously, set
different isochronous channels for each one.
In the device driver, after the preparations for
receiving isochronous data are made, video transfer
starts when the following commands are issued.
When the following command is issued, video transfer
OneShot and MultiShot
This camera supports both OneShot and MultiShot
commands. With a OneShot command, after outputting
a just one single-frame image, the camera enters an
"idling" state. With a MultiShot command, the camera
enters the "idling" state after outputting exactly the
specified number of images.
Nnnn indicates the number of frames to be output. You
can specify any number between 0001h ~ FFFFh
(1~65,535). If 0000h is specified, you can think of it as
1 being set instead.
Execution of ContinuousShot, OneShot, and MultiShot
are prioritized as follows. When a command with
higher priority is being executed, the one with the
lower priority is ignored.
ContinuousShot > OneShot > MultiShot