I'd like to use gstreamer to build a video streaming pipeline from the sender (intel NUC) to a host computer . The cameras on intel NUC are D435i and T265. I'm wondering if ppl have done this before and how's the performance. Also, is there prebuild gstreamer pipeline on the intel NUC side? Thank you very much
The best source of information for using gstreamer with RealSense cameras was the drone (UAV) section of this forum. The drone forum no longer answers new questions, unfortunately, so it is difficult to get information on this subject.
The most recent information I could find was a RealSense user who successfully used a D435 with a basic gstreamer pipe like 'v4l2src device="/dev/video2" ! videoconvert ! ximagesink'
They found that they had to use it with a full USB 3 port (not a micro USB port like an OTG), otherwise they got constant crashes.
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