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I was looking at CX3 but it outputs data in the form of UVC. Processing UVC via DirectShow makes it Windows-specific and I wanted to build a cross platform application. Can I configure CX3 (or even FX3) to output raw data as it is without the additional overhead of UVC? If anyone has additional thoughts on processing UVC, I tried libuvc but couldn't get it to work on Windows 8.1
From what I understand, CX3 has a MIPI interface whereas FX3 has GPIF - is that the only difference between the two?