For some reason, on my Jetson TK1 (Ubuntu) - can’t get UDP stream displayed on there. I tested on my Ubuntu Laptop as comparison, and it streams just nice. So I guess it’s the Jetson that’s the issue.
So far my results with gstreamer are (Systems as UDP receivers/Clients):
Ubuntu Laptop (14.04)
Android (Both Tower & QTgstreamerHUD)
Pi2 with Jessie Lite (hdmi to HD FPV goggles)
Jetson TK1 (Ubuntu)
Pi2 with Jessie Lite (hdmi to HD FPV goggles) (Now working see newer posts)
I’m really trying to get a Pi2 or Zero client working for my goggles, just for proof of concept.
The issue with Pi2/Zero as Client/Receiver is that OMXplayer prints command line “have a nice day ;)” and back to command prompt. Using standard gstreamer UDP client pipeline code does not open a video window either. Maybe it’s Jessie Lite as it lacks desktop environment? So I will try Full Raspbian, then Ubuntu mate…
Some good results I’m getting on the whole, really happy.
I’m comfortably using a Pi Zero 1.3 as the camera feed/server with no issues whatsoever on any system.
I’m using a pocket/dongle wifi router for ssh connections and video feeds between client + server. Works really well, and I’m enjoying the customisation of the router. Unfortunately Openwrt isn’t yet built/compiled for Pi Zero, so Pi2 is the way for Openwrt router.
I’m going to try pi zero 1.3/Pi2 with Full Raspbian or Ubuntu mate to see if those work on my goggles soon, fingers crossed, advice and experiences please.