The UVC drivers are standard. If OpenCV support UVC standards of commination, then yes it is compatible with the FX3 recieved images. Please note that the role of FX3 here is to tranmit the parallel image data to the host-PC as per the UVC specific protcol.
Are you taking about FX3 firmware? If yes, then yes, the firmware once programmed in the device flash, can we used to stream the images in Windows or Linux with standard UVC protocol.
>>QtCam from E-Con system is a good choice for Linux platform.
Thank you for response.
I solved the problem.
In ProcessingUnit, I modified the number of bytes of communication(between PC and FX3) from 1 to 2.
So OpenCV's error message does not appear. And Get/Set action do well.
I think OpenCV's property differs from FX3 UVC property a little.
Regards, thank you.
Glad to here you fixed your problem. I'm having essentially the same issue. I'm trying to reproduce your solution, but I cannot find exactly what you mean by "In ProcessingUnit, I modified the number of bytes of communication(between PC and FX3) from 1 to 2." Can you please direct me to the source file you are modifying and the values you changed? I would like to see if your fix works for me as well.
Can you perhaps clarify what Kim meant in his post?