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Abbott242:
Hi all,

I'm trying to interface with a new core via UVC, but the results I'm getting... Well, speak for themselves. I assume this is a result of the core sending radiometric and video data at the same time? This was just via using the default Windows camera app for a quick test.

I would appreciate any help in trying to diagnose the problem, as this is a first for me. Thank you!

-Abbott242

Bud:
Try reversing the byte order in the right half of the image.

Abbott242:
I'm not entirely sure what you mean... This is just a uvc camera - I don't think I can change each half of the image separately? But then again I'm not terribly experienced with software.

LesioQ:
Big endian, etc.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endianness

IR_Geek:
what size is the array supposed to be?   one picture you show is 3636x1496 and the other is 2720x1496  ;  what is the digital bit depth of the camera ... 8 bit, 12 bit, 14 bit?    You should be able to calculate your raw digital counts.   ignore the color as that is just a color map being applied.

if possible set the camera in RAW without a color map (or just grayscale) and look at the native bit depth.   0-255 ; 0-4095; 0-16383;  even better if the camera has a test pattern so you can verify output.

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