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Document ID: 4009384
Posted Date: 2016-07-31
Last Updated: 2016-07-31
Distribution: View Public Website


The TOSHIBA Web Camera Application provides you with convenient operations and easy access to:

  • Preview the video that the Web camera is currently capturing, at the same time
  • Support 2D mode, Shutter Glasses 3D mode and Red-Cyan Glasses 3D mode
  • Capture still images
  • Record videos

If this utility or feature is not installed on your computer, you can verify if it is available for your specific model under 'Downloads' on the TOSHIBA support web site ( Not all utilities are available for every model and operating system. When installing any utilities, install the TOSHIBA Value Added Package first.

To open the Web Cam:

  1. Click the Start menu. On Windows 8, go to the Start screen.
  2. Enter 'Camera' into the search field. On Windows 8, type 'Camera' while viewing the Start screen.
  3. Click 'Web Camera Application' in the search results.
  4. The Web Cam will open and live video from the camera will be displayed.
  5. When you place your cursor over the web cam video window a row of icons appear at the bottom.
  • You can take a picture by clicking the camera icon.
  • You can record video by clicking the movie camera icon.
  • View the web cam album by clicking the picture icon.
  • Change web cam settings by clicking the gears icon.

To view complete Web Cam information, features and capabilities:

  1. Click the Start menu.
  2. Enter 'Camera' into the search field.
  3. Click 'Web Camera Application Help' in the search results.
  4. The Web Cam Introduction will open in your browser showing all Web Cam information, features and capabilities.

Refer to your Owner's Manual for additional information for the Web Cam.

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< Jetson
  • 2Interface details
    • 2.1USB 2.0
    • 2.2USB 3.0
    • 2.3Gigabit Ethernet
    • 2.5CSI MIPI
  • 4Stereo Cameras
  • 5Specialized camera sensors

Camera interfaces on Jetson Platform

The Jetson boards provide several different interfaces that allow camera input:

  • USB 3.0 port (supports many USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 webcams). Additional USB 3.0 ports can be added through mini-PCIe, eg: mini-PCIe (untested).
  • USB 2.0 port (through a micro-B to female USB-A adapter, that is sometimes included with Jetson).
  • Gigabit Ethernet port. Additional Gigabit or Dual-Gigabit Ethernet ports can be added through mini-PCIE, eg: mini-PCIe (untested).
  • MIPI CSI-2 camera ports (up to 12 lanes at 2.5Gbps each)
  • Firewire (available through mini-PCIe), eg: mini-PCIe (untested).
  • Analog video capture cards, available through mini-PCIe (eg: mini-PCIe (untested)), USB 3.0 (eg: USB 3.0 (untested)), or USB 2.0 (eg: USB 2.0 (untested)).

It is also possible to use Multiple cameras, Stereo cameras, or Specialized camera sensors as discussed further below.

Many of these cameras can be accessed by following the Camera access section, also further bellow.

USB 2.0

USB 2.0 (480 Mbps) is the most common & cheapest method for camera input, since USB 2.0 webcams range from $5 - $200. However, USB 2.0 is the slowest of the possible camera interfaces, so it usually only supports upto 720p 30fps (eg: Logitech C310 $45 (untested)), (except for the few USB 2.0 cameras supporting 1080p video compression, such as Logitech C910 (untested)). Logitech C910 is known to work on Jetson TK1 in uncompressed modes but has not been tested in 1080p compressed mode.

Typically, webcams are successfully giving the same frame-rates & resolutions on Jetson TK1 as on an x86 desktop running Linux (eg: 640x480 @ 30 FPS, 960x720 @ 15 FPS, and 1920x1080 @ 15 FPS). Note that many webcams will run slower if there is low lighting, so for example, it might be 30 FPS when pointed at a bright light but only 10 FPS when pointed at a shadow.

Disabling USB auto-suspend

Some USB devices & cameras have problems on Jetson TK1 due to automatic suspending of inactive USB ports in L4T 19.2 OS to save power. So you might need to disable USB auto-suspend mode. This will disable it temporarily until you reboot:

To automatically disable USB auto-suspend on bootup, follow the instructions to Run a command automatically on bootup.

Or edit kernel parameters in /boot/extlinux/extlinux.conf to add usbcore.autosuspend=-1. (usbcore is built in the kernel so modprobe method would not work.)

USB 2.0 webcams known to be working

  • Sony PlayStation Eye (PS3 Eye) (can give very fast framerates, but some extra steps are required).

USB 2.0 webcams with known problems

  • Microsoft LifeCam HD-5000 does not work. Please use a different model such as LifeCam HD-3000 instead.

Note: If a webcam or video capture card is supported by UVC or Video4Linux (see examples) then it will probably work the same on Jetson TK1 as on a desktop, but there is a possibility that it requires the firmware to be copied to your '/lib/firmware' folder or potentially even compiling & flashing your own custom Linux kernel with appropriate drivers enabled.

USB 3.0

USB 3.0 (5 Gbps 'SuperSpeed') on the full-sized USB port (J1C2 connector) has enough bandwidth to allow sending uncompressed 1080p video streams. But USB 3.0 hasn't reached the mass consumer market like USB 2.0 has, so USB 3.0 cameras are mostly still limited to expensive professional-grade cameras. eg: PointGrey Flea3 1080p @ 60 FPS (working!) or e-Con See3CAM_CU130 1080p @ 60 FPS (working!) or Ximea MQ003CG-CM 480p @ 500 FPS (not tested).

Enabling support for USB 3.0 on the full-sized USB port

Note that early versions of Linux4Tegra didn't come with USB 3.0 support enabled, and thus you might need to enable USB 3.0 support and re-flash your whole L4T system. According to the L4T R19.2 Release Notes, you should modify the odmdata settings (in 'pm375_release_armhf/Linux_for_Tegra/jetson-tk1.conf') to enable USB 3.0:

Then flash your L4T system and reboot.

Enabling USB 3.0 support on L4T 21.2 is easier. You only have to change one parameter in:



and reboot.

USB 3.0 webcams known to be working

SupplierProductImage SensorSensor TypeOutput FormatMax ResolutionFrame RateSupported Jetson Platform
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_CU130AR1820Rolling shutterYUYV4224x31564TK1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_130AR1335Rolling shutterUYVY640x48060TK1,TX1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_CU30AR0330Rolling shutterMJPEG1280x72042TK1,TX1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_30AR0330Rolling shutterMJPEG1280x72042TK1,TX1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_CU50OV5640Rolling shutterYUYV2592x19448TK1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_12CUNIRAR0130Rolling shutterY161280x96040TK1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_11CUGAR0134Global shutterYUYV1280x96020TK1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_10CUG_CAR0134Global shutterBA81280x96045TK1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_10CUG_MAR0134Global shutterGREY1280x96045TK1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_80OV8825Rolling shutterYUYV1920x108030TK1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_CU135AR1335Rolling shutterUYVY640x480118TK1,TX1,TX2
MJPEG640x480100, 119, 119TK1,TX1,TX2
1280x72038, 46, 59TK1,TX1,TX2
1920x108018, 21, 36TK1,TX1,TX2
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_81OV8865Rolling shutterYUYV640x48030TK1,TX1
e-con SystemsSee3CAM_Stereo (Tara)MT9V024Global shutterY16(8 Bits per Sensor)752x48060TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-03S2C-CSSony ICX424Global shutterColor648 x 48884TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-03S2M-CSSony ICX424Global shutterMono648 x 48884TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-05S2C-CSSony ICX693Global shutterColor808 x 60850TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-05S2M-CSSony ICX693Global shutterMono808 x 60850TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-13S2C-CSSony ICX445Global shutterColor1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-13S2M-CSSony ICX445Global shutterMono1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-20S4C-CSSony ICX274Global shutterColor1624 x 122415TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-20S4M-CSSony ICX274Global shutterMono1624 x 122415TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-23S6C-CSony IMX249Global shutterColor1920 x 120041TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-23S6M-CSony IMX249Global shutterMono1920 x 120041TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-50H5C-CSharp RJ32S3AA0DTGlobal shutterColor2448 x 20487.5TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-U3-50H5M-CSharp RJ32S4AA0DTGlobal shutterMono2448 x 20487.5TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-04S2C-CSSony IMX287Global shutterColor720 x 540522TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-04S2M-CSSony IMX287Global shutterMono720 x 540522TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-123S6C-CSony IMX253Global shutterColor4096 x 300030TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-123S6M-CSony IMX253Global shutterMono4096 x 300030TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-13Y3C-CON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterColor1280 x 1024170TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-13Y3M-CON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterMono1280 x 1024170TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-16S2C-CSSony IMX273Global shutterColor1440 x 1080226TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-16S2M-CSSony IMX273Global shutterMono1440 x 1080226TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-200S6C-CSony IMX183Rolling shutter with global resetColor5472 x 364818TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-200S6M-CSony IMX183Rolling shutter with global resetMono5472 x 364818TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-32S4C-CSony IMX252Global shutterColor2048 x 1536118TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-32S4M-CSony IMX252Global shutterMono2048 x 1536118TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-51S5C-CSony IMX250Global shutterColor2448 x 204875TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-51S5M-CSony IMX250Global shutterMono2448 x 204875TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-89S6C-CSony IMX255Global shutterColor4096 x 216042TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-U3-89S6M-CSony IMX255Global shutterMono4096 x 216042TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13S2C-CSSony ICX445Global shutterColor1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13S2C-CS-BDSony ICX445Global shutterColor1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13S2M-CSSony ICX445Global shutterMono1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13S2M-CS-BDSony ICX445Global shutterMono1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13Y3C-CSON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterColor1280 x 1024149TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13Y3C-S-BDON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterColor1280 x 1024149TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13Y3M-CSON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterMono1280 x 1024149TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-13Y3M-S-BDON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterMono1280 x 1024149TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-28S4C-CSSony ICX818Global shutterColor1928 x 144813TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-28S4M-CSSony ICX818Global shutterMono1928 x 144813TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-31S4C-CSSony IMX265Global shutterColor2048 x 153655TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-31S4M-CSSony IMX265Global shutterMono2048 x 153655TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-50S5C-CSSony IMX264Global shutterColor2448 x 204835TX1,TX2
FLIRCM3-U3-50S5M-CSSony IMX264Global shutterMono2448 x 204835TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-120S3C-CSony IMX172Rolling shutter with global resetColor4000 x 300015TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-13E4C-Ce2v EV76C560Global shutterColor1280 x 102460TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-13E4M-Ce2v EV76C560Global shutterMono1280 x 102460TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-13S2C-CSSony IMX035Rolling shutterColor1328 x 1048120TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-13S2M-CSSony IMX035Rolling shutterMono1328 x 1048120TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-13Y3M-CON Semi VITA 1300Global shutterMono1280 x 1024150TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-20E4C-Ce2v EV76C5706FGlobal shutterColor1600 x 120059TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-20E4M-Ce2v EV76C5706FGlobal shutterMono1600 x 120059TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-32S2C-CSSony IMX036Rolling shutter with global resetColor2080 x 155260TX1,TX2
FLIRFL3-U3-32S2M-CSSony IMX036Rolling shutter with global resetMono2080 x 155260TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-120S6C-CSony ICX834Global shutterColor4240 x 28247TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-120S6M-CSony ICX834Global shutterMono4240 x 28247TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-123S6C-CSony IMX253Global shutterColor4096 x 300030TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-123S6M-CSony IMX253Global shutterMono4096 x 300030TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-14S5C-CSony ICX285Global shutterColor1384 x 103630TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-14S5M-CSony ICX285Global shutterMono1384 x 103630TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-15S5C-CSony ICX825Global shutterColor1384 x 103245TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-15S5M-CSony ICX825Global shutterMono1384 x 103245TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-23S6C-CSony IMX174Global shutterColor1920 x 1200163TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-23S6M-CSony IMX174Global shutterMono1920 x 1200163TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-28S4C-CSony ICX687Global shutterColor1928 x 144826TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-28S4M-CSony ICX687Global shutterMono1928 x 144826TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-28S5C-CSony ICX674Global shutterColor1920 x 144026TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-28S5M-CSony ICX674Global shutterMono1920 x 144026TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-32S4C-CSony IMX252Global shutterColor2048 x 1536121TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-32S4M-CSony IMX252Global shutterMono2048 x 1536121TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-41C6C-CCMOSIS CMV4000-3E5Global shutterColor2048 x 204890TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-41C6M-CCMOSIS CMV4000-3E5Global shutterMono2048 x 204890TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-41C6NIR-CCMOSIS CMV4000-3E12Global shutterMono2048 x 204890TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-41S4C-CSony ICX808Global shutterColor2016 x 201618TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-41S4M-CSony ICX808Global shutterMono2016 x 201618TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-50S5C-CSony ICX625Global shutterColor2448 x 204815TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-50S5M-CSony ICX625Global shutterMono2448 x 204815TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-51S5C-CSony IMX250Global shutterColor2448 x 204875TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-51S5M-CSony IMX250Global shutterMono2448 x 204875TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-60QS6C-CSony ICX694Global shutterColor2736 x 219225TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-60QS6M-CSony ICX694Global shutterMono2736 x 219225TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-60S6C-CSony ICX694Global shutterColor2736 x 219213TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-60S6M-CSony ICX694Global shutterMono2736 x 219213TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-89S6C-CSony IMX255Global shutterColor4096 x 216043TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-89S6M-CSony IMX255Global shutterMono4096 x 216043TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-91S6C-CSony ICX814Global shutterColor3376 x 27049TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-U3-91S6M-CSony ICX814Global shutterMono3376 x 27049TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-AR023ZWDRAR023Z + AP0202Rolling shutterYUV2MP-1920x108030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-AR1335ICP3AR1335 + ICP3Rolling shutterYUV13MP-4208x312030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-C570XC570Global shutterRAW (RGB/Mono)2MP-1600x120060TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-C661XC661Global shutterRAW (RGB/Mono)1.3MP-1280x102460TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-IMX225CIMX225Rolling shutterRAW (RGB)1.27MP-1312x99230TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-IMX226CIMX226Rolling shutterRAW (RGB)12MP-4000x300010TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-ISX017ISX017Rolling shutterYUV1MP-1280x72030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-M021XMT9M021Global shutterRAW (RGB/Mono)1.2MP-1280x96030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-M034WDRMT9M034 + AP0100Rolling shutterYUV1.2MP-1280x96030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-OV10635OV10635Rolling shutterYUV1MP-1280x80030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-OV10640-490OV10640 + OV490Rolling shutterYUV1.3MP-1280x108030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-OV10640COV10640Rolling shutterRAW (RGB)1MP-1280x72030TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-P031XMT9P031Rolling shutterRAW (RGB/Mono)5MP-2592x194414TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-V034MMT9V034Global shutterRAW (Mono)VGA-640x48060TX1,TX2
  • NT - Not Tested
See3CAM_CU130 USB 3.0 1920x1080 Camera

e-con Systems have tested many of their USB 3.0 cameras with [[Jetson TK1] [Jetson TX1] Jetson TX2. They require flashing a custom Linux kernel that has the CONFIG_HIDRAW setting enabled, by following their tutorial, or using the The Grinch kernel by Korneliusz Jarzębski.

PointGrey USB 3.0 camera with standard lens mount

Several PointGrey USB 3.0 cameras with CS-mount lens and Global Shutter have been tested as working on Jetson TK1:

  • PointGrey BlackFly model BFLY-U3-20S4C-CS with 1624x1224 @ 15 FPS works (tested on L4T 21.3.3).
  • PointGrey Flea3 model FL3-U3-13E4C-C with 1280x1024 @ 60 FPS has been tested and works with L4T 21.2 on Jetson TK1.

Setup steps for the PointGrey Flea3 camera to work on Jetson TK1:

  • Install FlyCapture SDK for ARM Hard Float
  • You need to configure USBFS so that all pixel formats of the camera can be used. Configure USBFS describes how to do it for Grub. The same can be done on Jetson TK1 by adding:


IDS uEye cameras

  • UI-3241LE tested on L4T 21.3, can capture at full frame rate and resolution (1280x1024, 60fps, 8bit mono) through native USB3 port. Experienced very poor performance when connected through this mini-PCIe USB3 adapter, (see forum).

Gigabit Ethernet

TRENDnet IP camera for just $120

'IP Cameras' are fairly easy to find and are a good option for single or multiple cameras. Gigabit Ethernet (1 Gbps) has enough bandwidth for uncompressed 1080p video streams. eg: GigE cameras (untested) or regular IP network cameras. Nico notes that older GigE cameras typically do not apply any compression, since compression is a feature of the newer GigE Vision 2 standard, and thus most industrial GigE cameras for computer vision don't have compression and send Bayer images instead. IP cameras typically have M-JPEG compression as well as a video streaming server such as by providing a URL where M-JPEG or JPEG frames are available.

Gigabit network cameras known to be working

SupplierProductImage SensorSensor TypeOutput FormatMax ResolutionFrame RateSupported Jetson Platform
FLIRBFLY-PGE-03S2C-CSSony ICX424Global shutterColor648 x 48884TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-03S2M-CSSony ICX424Global shutterMono648 x 48884TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-03S3C-CSSony ICX414Global shutterColor648 x 48890TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-03S3M-CSSony ICX414Global shutterMono648 x 48890TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-05S2C-CSSony ICX693Global shutterColor808 x 60850TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-05S2M-CSSony ICX693Global shutterMono808 x 60850TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-09S2C-CSSony ICX692Global shutterColor1288 x 72830TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-09S2M-CSSony ICX692Global shutterMono1288 x 72830TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-12A2C-CSAptina AR0134Global shutterColor1280 x 96052TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-12A2M-CSAptina AR0134Global shutterMono1280 x 96052TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-13E4C-CSe2v EV76C560Global shutterColor1280 x 102460TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-13E4M-CSe2v EV76C560Global shutterMono1280 x 102460TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-13H2C-CSSharp RJ33J3CAODTGlobal shutterColor1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-13H2M-CSSharp RJ33J4CAODTGlobal shutterMono1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-13S2C-CSSony ICX445Global shutterColor1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-13S2M-CSSony ICX445Global shutterMono1288 x 96430TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-14S2C-CSSony IMX104Rolling shutterColor1296 x 103260TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-20E4C-CSe2v EV76C570Global shutterColor1600 x 120050TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-20E4M-CSe2v EV76C570Global shutterMono1600 x 120050TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-23S2C-CSSony IMX136Rolling shutterColor1920 x 120027TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-23S6C-CSony IMX249Global shutterColor1920 x 120041TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-23S6M-CSony IMX249Global shutterMono1920 x 120041TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-31S4C-CSony IMX265Global shutterColor2048 x 153635TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-31S4M-CSony IMX265Global shutterMono2048 x 153635TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-50A2C-CSAptina MT9P006Rolling shutter with global resetColor2592 x 194413TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-50A2M-CSAptina MT9P031Rolling shutter with global resetMono2592 x 194413TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-50H5C-CSharp RJ32S3AA0DTGlobal shutterColor2448 x 20487.5TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-50H5M-CSharp RJ32S4AA0DTGlobal shutterMono2448 x 20487.5TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-50S5C-CSony IMX264Global shutterColor2448 x 204822TX1,TX2
FLIRBFLY-PGE-50S5M-CSony IMX264Global shutterMono2448 x 204822TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-04S2C-CSSony IMX287Global shutterColor720 x 540291TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-04S2M-CSSony IMX287Global shutterMono720 x 540291TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-13Y3C-CON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterColor1280 x 102484TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-13Y3M-CON Semi PYTHON 1300Global shutterMono1280 x 102484TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-16S2C-CSSony IMX273Global shutterColor1440 x 108078TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-16S2M-CSSony IMX273Global shutterMono1440 x 108078TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-200S6C-CSony IMX183Rolling shutter with global resetColor5472 x 36486.1TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-200S6M-CSony IMX183Rolling shutter with global resetMono5472 x 36486.1TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-31S4C-CSony IMX265Global shutterColor2048 x 153635TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-31S4M-CSony IMX265Global shutterMono2048 x 153635TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-50S5C-CSony IMX264Global shutterColor2448 x 204822TX1,TX2
FLIRBFS-PGE-50S5M-CSony IMX264Global shutterMono2448 x 204822TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-23S6C-CSony IMX174Global shutterColor1920 x 120048TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-23S6M-CSony IMX174Global shutterMono1920 x 120048TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-50S5C-CSony ICX625Global shutterColor2448 x 204815TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-50S5M-CSony ICX625Global shutterMono2448 x 204815TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-60S6C-CSony ICX694Global shutterColor2736 x 219213TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-60S6M-CSony ICX694Global shutterMono2736 x 219213TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-91S6C-CSony ICX814Global shutterColor3376 x 27049TX1,TX2
FLIRGS3-PGE-91S6M-CSony ICX814Global shutterMono3376 x 27049TX1,TX2


DFK31BF03 Firewire camera

Firewire has been used for professional video capture for a long time, since Firewire cameras do a lot of both the compression and the data transmission in hardware and thus don't put nearly as much stress on the host CPU compared to USB.


13MP MIPI CSI-2 Camera Module for Jetson TK1

CSI-2 MIPI is the method used for smartphone cameras and is the most efficient method for camera input, since the cameras are tiny (just a few millimeters in size!) and the images can be processed directly by the ISP rather than needing to be stored into the computer's DRAM first before processing. However using a raw CSI MIPI camera sensor directly requires much more work than using a USB, Ethernet or Firewire camera. If you are designing your own custom embedded product for mass-production then CSI MIPI is the recommended camera solution. Luckily, for hobbyists & DIY there are now some MIPI CSI camera modules starting to appear for Jetson TK1, that are fairly plug & play.

MIPI CSI-2 sensors known to be working

SupplierProductImage SensorSensor TypeOutput FormatMax ResolutionFrame RateSupported Jetson Platform
e-con Systemse-CAM21_CUTX2IMX 290Rolling ShutterYUV4201948x109630TX2
1948x1096120 (10-bits only)TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM20_CUTX2AR0230ATRolling ShutterUYVY1920x108030TX1,TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM30_HEXCUTX2AR0330Rolling ShutterYUV4223.4 MP - 2304x153630TX1,TX2
3MP - 2304x129630TX1,TX2
Full HD - 1920x108030TX1,TX2
HD - 1280x72030TX1,TX2
VGA - 640x48030TX1,TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM130_TRICUTX2AR1335Rolling ShutterYUV42213.0 MP - 4192 x 312019TX1,TX2
Full HD72TX1,TX2
HD - 1280x72072TX1,TX2
VGA - 640x480100TX1,TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM131_CUTX2AR1335Rolling ShutterYUV42213.0 MP - 4192x312020TX1,TX2
4K Cinema - 4096x216030TX1,TX2
4K UHD - 3840x216030TX1,TX2
Full HD - 1920x108080TX1,TX2
HD - 1280x72080TX1,TX2
VGA - 640x480120TX1,TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM31_TX2AR0330Rolling ShutterYUV4223.4 MP - 2304x153650TX1,TX2
3MP - 2304x129660TX1,TX2
Full HD - 1920x108060TX1,TX2
HD - 1280x72060TX1,TX2
VGA - 640x48050TX1,TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM130_CUTX1AR1820Rolling ShutterYUV42213.0 MP - 4224x315620TX1,TX2
4K UHD - 3840x216030TX1,TX2
Full HD - 1920x108072TX1,TX2
HD - 1280x72072TX1,TX2
VGA - 640x48060TX1,TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM30_CUTX1AR0330Rolling ShutterYUV4223.4 MP - 2304x153650TX1,TX2
3MP - 2304x129660TX1,TX2
Full HD - 1920x108060TX1,TX2
HD - 1280x72060TX1,TX2
VGA - 640x48050TX1,TX2
e-con Systemse-CAM130_CUTK1AR1820HSRolling ShutterYUV42213.0 MP - 4224x315620TK1
4K UHD - 3840x216030TK1
Full HD - 1920x108072TK1
HD - 1280x72072TK1
VGA - 640x48060TK1
e-con Systemse-CAM40_CUTK1OV4682Rolling ShutterRGB IR - Color and NIR4.0 MP - 2688x1520330TK1
Full HD - 1920x1080120TK1
HD - 1280x720180TK1
VGA - 672x380330TK1
e-con Systemse-CAM30_CUTK1AR0330Rolling ShutterYUV4223.4 MP - 2304x153630TK1
3MP - 2304x129630TK1
Full HD - 1920x108030TK1
HD - 1280x72030TK1
VGA - 640x48030TK1
MJPEG3.4 MP - 2304x153630TK1
3MP - 2304x129630TK1
Full HD - 1920x108025TK1
HD - 1280x72015TK1
VGA - 640x48012TK1
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX274-MIPIIMX274Rolling ShutterRGB8MP - 3864x219660TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX185-MIPIIMX185Rolling ShutterRGB2MP- 1920x108060TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX290-MIPIIMX290Rolling ShutterRGB2.1M-1948x109630TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX377-MIPIIMX377Rolling ShutterRGB12M-4104x304630TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX477-MIPIIMX477Rolling ShutterRGB12M-4056x304030TX1
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX385-MIPIIMX385Rolling ShutterRGB2MP-1952x111230TX1
Leopard ImagingLI-AR0144-MIPI-360AR0144Global ShutterRGBMono1MP-1280x72030TX1
Leopard ImagingLI-V024M-MIPI-IPEX30V024Global ShutterMonoWVGA-752x48060TX1
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX230-MIPIIMX230Rolling ShutterRGB21MP-5344x401621TX1
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX378-MIPIIMX378Rolling ShutterRGB12MP-4000x300030TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-AR0231-GMSLAR0231Rolling ShutterRCCB2MP-1920x120830TX1
Leopard ImagingLI-IMX390-GMSL2IMX390Rolling ShutterRGB2MP-1936x109630TX1

Building your own custom MIPI CSI-2 camera module

Some embedded systems engineers may wish to design their own MIPI CSI-2 camera boards. This is not an easy task, but it is possible by using the information shown in the Tegra K1 Embedded Platform Design Guide (Chapter 3.6: Video Input Interfaces) and taking care of the following guidelines:

  1. GPIO/Pinmux selection, take care of the same power rail level and on/off power domain in different use case
  2. Take care of the FPC and connector quality
  3. EMI isolation from the nearby source
  4. Suggest independent LDO source for sensitive rails
  5. Check the I2C speed of the clients on the same I2C bus, which impact the camera response time

There are several ways to handle multiple cameras on Jetson TK1 at the same time:

  • Ethernet: multiple IP cameras on a network (eg: several TRENDnet Internet Cameras (untested) at $118 each). Theoretically you could have 6 x FullHD 1080p 30fps cameras using 3 x Gigabit Ethernet ports on Jetson TK1 (discussed on the forum)!
  • CSI MIPI: 2 cameras (eg: a front camera and a rear camera (untested)).
DCDZ 4eyes project
  • CSI MIPI bridge:aim to the ADAS or 360 deg view applications,a project(named 4eyes project) had been tested by DCDZ,supports up to 4 cameras via POC(power over cable). HDR 720p 30fps OmniVision's sensors, 3 meters RG174 cable
DUO Stereo Camera
TARA Stereo Camera

Stereo cameras known to be working

SupplierProductImage SensorSensor TypeOutput FormatMax ResolutionFrame RateSupported Jetson Platform
Leopard ImagingLI-OV580-OV7251STOV7251Global shutterRaw (Mono)VGA-640x480100TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-OV580-OV9281STOV9281Global shutterRaw (Mono)1MP-1280x800100TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-OV580-OV9782STOV9782Global shutterRaw (RGB)1MP-1280x800100TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-OV580-STEREOOV4689Rolling shutterYUV2.8MP-2208x124215TX1,TX2
Leopard ImagingLI-USB30-V024STEREOMT9V024Global shutterRaw (Mono)VGA-640x48060TX1,TX2


  • e-con Systems : (Tara - USB Stereo Camera) for $249. 3D USB3 stereo camera is based on OnSemi imaging's MT9V024 image sensor. Known to be working correctly on Jetson TK1. It also works with the ROS.
  • Code Laboratories: (DUO MLX) (Known to be working / Manufacturer Supported on Jetson TK1. See DUO3D on Jetson).
  • Stereolabs: (Zed) for $449. USB 3.0 stereo camera that includes depth from stereo using a CUDA-capable GPU. Known to be working correctly on Jetson TK1.
  • IDS: (N10) (untested).
  • Leopard Imaging: (LI-USB30) (untested).


(Would require a Firewire mini-PCIe card).

  • Point Grey: (Bumblebee XB3)(untested).
  • Time-Of-Flight 3D depth 'RGBD' cameras (eg: Microsoft Kinect is known to work, see details below).
  • Night-vision or Thermal-imaging Infrared cameras, typically with interfaces similar to standard cameras.
  • Video frame grabbers, including a HDMI capture card discussed below.

Microsoft Kinect Structured-Light 3D Depth camera

MS Kinect 3D camera

Several users (eg: HellMood) have been able to use a Kinect camera on Jetson TK1, after disabling the USB auto-suspend (mentioned above).

Then you need to follow the Kinect Manual Installation Guide rather than the many x86 based guides, since the Tegra CPU uses ARM architecture.


User HellMood also posted a video showing the new Kinect camera working on Jetson TK1: MoodShades Preview.

Drivers Toshiba Cameras Wireless

Asus XTion Pro Live RGB-D Sensor using OpenNI2 library

Asus Xtion Pro Live

Asus XTion Pro Live is a RGB-D sensor based on the Primesense's patent (Primesense has been acquired and deleted by Apple in the end of 2013) that drives the first Microsoft Kinect. Asus Xtion sensor, differently from Microsoft Kinect, can be powered directly by USB cable not requiring an external power source.

You can find a guide to compile OpenNI2 library for Jetson TK1 and use it to interface Asus XTion Pro Live on the blog of the robotic project MyzharBot.

AVerMedia HDMI capture card

AVerMedia sell a mini-PCIe frame grabber device that allows capturing HDMI input (or DVI or VGA) and fully supports Jetson TK1. For example, it could allow processing live video from a GoPro camera. More info here.

To see which video capture devices you have available:

To see the supported video formats of your webcam:

You can also use luvcview to record video from your webcam to a video file. It will open a GUI window showing the camera preview. Then along the middle of the bottom row there are 4 rectangle buttons, click the bottom-left of the 4 buttons to start/stop video recording, and the bottom-right button to quit.To record video using the default settings of your webcam:

To record video using a custom resolution (of those shown when running luvcview -L above):

Normally, guvcview can be used to adjust default camera settings, but it seems that the default guvcview is not working correctly on ARM due to a kernel change.

DriverDeveloperSupported Jetson Platform
MAX96709/MAX96706 - GMSL1RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
MAX96705/MAX9286 - GMSL1RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
GMSL2 (work in progress on JP 3.3)RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
OV10640 and OV490RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
OV10635RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
OV5647RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
OV5670RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
TC358840RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
TC358743RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
TC358746RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
FPGA V4L2 driverRidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
Galileo2 TCM8647MDRidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX219RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX230RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX274RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX283RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX290RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX298RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX334RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX377RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX385RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
IMX477RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
MT9M021 + Toshiba TC358746RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
AR0144RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
TW6869RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
OS08A10RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier
MAX98357A-ASoC DriverRidgeRunTX1,TX2
AR1335RidgeRunTX1,TX2, Xavier

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Drivers Toshiba Cameras Camera

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