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I run the following command:
uv4l --driver uvc --device-id '0458:7081'
It seems to be working, but I've no idea how to define lower fps to reduce traffic. The manual didn't help. The distro is Debian Wheezy.

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You can use v4l2-ctl in the V4L2 tools collection to set the frame rate to one allowed value.

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  • Thanks. The following commands helped: v4l2-ctl --set-fmt-video=width=1280,height=720,pixelformat=1 && v4l2-ctl --set-parm=8 where pixelformat was determined by: v4l2-ctl --list-formats
    – beemaster
    Apr 29 '16 at 6:18
  • Unfortunately I obtained that v4l2-ctl settings sometimes are being ignored by uv4l. Moreover, uv4l removes module 'uvcvideo' so after rebooting 'v4l2-ctrl' can't be applied until the module loaded manually (because there is no file '/dev/video0'). Also there is --configuration param available for uv4l uvc driver. What syntax of arguments for this param?
    – beemaster
    Apr 29 '16 at 15:27
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    you are mixing stuff: uvcvideo is the kernel driver, while uv4l-uvc is the userspace driver. they are mutually exclusive.
    – prinxis
    May 2 '16 at 0:48
  • So what's the actual parameter for frame rate in v4l2-ctl?
    – matanster
    Jan 12 at 8:32
  • For those wondering, v4l2-ctl --set-parm=8 is the one that sets the frame rate. In this case, it's 8.0 FPS.
    – MrWm
    Mar 20 at 22:15

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