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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Author: Graylin Trevor Jay, Christopher Crick
  • License: BSD
  • Repository: brown-ros-pkg
  • Source: svn https://brown-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/tags/stacks/brown_perception/brown_perception-0.0.12
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Author: Graylin Trevor Jay, Christopher Crick
  • License: BSD
  • Source: svn https://brown-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/distribution/brown_perception
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Author: Graylin Trevor Jay, Christopher Crick
  • License: BSD
  • Source: svn https://brown-ros-pkg.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/distribution/brown_perception
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>
  • Author: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, Graylin Trevor Jay <tjay AT cs.brown DOT edu>, Christopher Crick <chriscrick AT cs.brown DOT edu>
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/gscam.git (branch: master)
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Maintainer status: maintained
  • Maintainer: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>
  • Author: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, Graylin Trevor Jay <tjay AT cs.brown DOT edu>, Christopher Crick <chriscrick AT cs.brown DOT edu>
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/gscam.git (branch: master)
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Maintainer: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, ROS Orphaned Package Maintainers <ros-orphaned-packages AT googlegroups DOT com>
  • Author: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, Graylin Trevor Jay <tjay AT cs.brown DOT edu>, Christopher Crick <chriscrick AT cs.brown DOT edu>
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/gscam.git (branch: master)
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Maintainer: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, ROS Orphaned Package Maintainers <ros-orphaned-packages AT googlegroups DOT com>
  • Author: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, Graylin Trevor Jay <tjay AT cs.brown DOT edu>, Christopher Crick <chriscrick AT cs.brown DOT edu>
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/gscam.git (branch: master)
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

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  • Maintainer status: unmaintained
  • Maintainer: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, ROS Orphaned Package Maintainers <ros-orphaned-packages AT googlegroups DOT com>
  • Author: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, Graylin Trevor Jay <tjay AT cs.brown DOT edu>, Christopher Crick <chriscrick AT cs.brown DOT edu>
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/gscam.git (branch: master)
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Maintainer status: unmaintained
  • Maintainer: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, ROS Orphaned Package Maintainers <ros-orphaned-packages AT googlegroups DOT com>
  • Author: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, Graylin Trevor Jay <tjay AT cs.brown DOT edu>, Christopher Crick <chriscrick AT cs.brown DOT edu>
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/gscam.git (branch: master)
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A ROS camera driver that uses gstreamer to connect to devices such as webcams.

  • Maintainer status: unmaintained
  • Maintainer: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, ROS Orphaned Package Maintainers <ros-orphaned-packages AT googlegroups DOT com>
  • Author: Jonathan Bohren <jbo AT jhu DOT edu>, Graylin Trevor Jay <tjay AT cs.brown DOT edu>, Christopher Crick <chriscrick AT cs.brown DOT edu>
  • License: BSD
  • Source: git https://github.com/ros-drivers/gscam.git (branch: master)

Contents

  1. ROS API
    1. gscam
  2. Troubleshooting

Overview

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gscam is meant as a simple approach to using a webcam in ROS that maximizes compatibility. gscam leverages Gstreamer, a multimedia framework similar to DirectShow. Specifically: Gstreamer can be used to build up multimedia 'pipelines' consisting of sources, sinks, and filters. For example: a v4l webcam source might be filtered by an upscaler before being sent to the screen (a sink). Alternately, a mp4 file might act as a source and be filtered into an avi file as a sink. There are many possibilities. For an overview see: Using Gstreamer.

gscam can attach itself to a specially formatted pipeline. Provided this pipeline is processing RGB video, gscam will rebroadcast the video over as both a standard ROS image transport and a ROS Camera. Since Gstreamer is compatibile with almost every video capture standard under Linux (and many on OSX), gscam makes ROS defacto compatible with almost every Linux webcam or video system available. Moreover, because there are a number of Gstreamer filters for processing video (e.g. white-balancing, cropping, etc.) gscam allows for a more advanced video processing even with cheaper webcams.

Gstreamer is an extremely rich framework, but basic usage is fairly simple. Please see the 'Basic Usage' section to get started. You may also find the Gstreamer documentation on their website to be helpful.

Running

gscam expects an environmental variable, GSCAM_CONFIG, to contain a gstreamer pipeline definition for it to launch. There is one important restriction:

  • At the end of the pipeline where gscam will attach itself, the pipeline must be carrying RGB formatted video.

Here's an example launch that should work on almost any machine where Gstreamer is installed and a camera of some kind is available attached to /dev/video2. Note that gscam expects to start within the bin directory:

If you see a message about a 'failure to PAUSE' or something similar, the most likely cause is a permission issue with the available video devices.

If you see a 'Processing...' message, it means gscam is happily publishing.

You can graphically explore many of the available video devices with the gstreamer-properties utility. gst-inspect-0.10 (or .09 or whatever is your Gstreamer version number) will list all of the available plugins. For more help on specifying the GSCAM_CONFIG, see this cheatsheet.

Advanced Usage

gscam is fully compatible with the ROS Camera interface and can be calibrated to provided rectified images. For details, see the appropriate ROS documentation on the image_pipeline wiki page.

An example launch file which includes loading calibration data is

Note it assumes calibration data is stored in a subdirectory of the ROS package 'localcam'.

ROS API

gscam

Sets up a ROS camera interface for a gstreamer-based camera.

Published Topics

image_raw (sensor_msgs/Image)
  • The unprocessed image data.
camera_info (sensor_msgs/CameraInfo)
  • Contains the camera calibration (if calibrated) and extra data about the camera configuration.

Services

set_camera_info (sensor_msgs/SetCameraInfo)
  • Set the appropriate camera info (TF frame, calibration parameters, ROI etc.)

Troubleshooting

Bad Camera Info

You need to set the TF frame via the set_camera_info service described above.

Hi there,i have a problem in getting my ip cameras videostream into ROS. I try to use the gscam package from brown university.

I followed the Webcam tutorial and edited it to manage the access to the rtsp videostream of my camera.

I'm starting the gscam node with :

export GSCAM_CONFIG='rtspsrc location=rtsp://CameraIP/ipcam.sdp ! video/x-raw-rgb,framerate=30/1 ! ffmpegcolorspace'

to set the proper configuration and then i run it with: rosrun gscam gscam

And this is the output which seems ok.

Gstreamer Version: GStreamer 0.10.36stream is PAUSED.Processing...

when i do rostopic list, all topics from the gscam node are listed. But now when i try to watch the video with

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rosrun image_view image_view image:=/gscam/image_raw

a small blank window pops up, but without any picture or video from my camera.when i try to echo the image_raw topic, there are no messages published by the node.I can see there is something going on with the camera, the lights are blinking the same way, as i watch the videostream via webbrowser or even gstreamer launchend without ros, which works perfect.

i have no clue on this, but maybe someone of u have an idea or faced the same problem and managed to solve it.

i would be pretty happy if there is some help out there.

Greetings

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Try rxgraph to see if the nodes and topics are connected as expected. Try rostopic hz /gscam/image_raw to see if any images are actually being published.

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rxgraph shows me the gscam_publisher node and the connected image_view_node. everything seems to work. hz /gscam/image_raw brings up that there are no images actually being published,