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ERROR: *** unrecognised codec libav ***

You need to install the full libcamera-apps package, Raspberry Pi OS Lite only ships with libcamera-apps-lite. libav based functionality got removed from libcamera-apps-lite because it pulls in X11 ...
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Pi Camera 1.3 not detected despite v4l2-ctl listing it

There are tutorials recommending rpi-update, but it and the RaspberryPi engineers do not. "In normal circumstances there is NEVER a need to run rpi-update as it always gets you to the leading ...
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How to get Python binding to recompiled libcamera?

You can enable the pycamera option when building libcamera: https://github.com/raspberrypi/libcamera/blob/f30ad033c911f874b4304938dc5a4c2e9ee07aa2/meson_options.txt#L62
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How to add libcamera to pyenv

Install this. sudo apt install -y python3-libcamera python3-kms++2
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Camera not working on Raspberry Pi 3B Running Debian Bullseye

On Raspberry Pi 3 and earlier devices running Bullseye you need to re-enable Glamor in order to make the X-Windows hardware accelerated preview window work. To do this enter sudo raspi-config at a ...
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How to crop output from the 5MP RPi v1 camera

It turns out that there is no apparent speedup from cropping at the libcamera2 level. Asking for the full resolution and cropping the resulting frames turned out fast enough, even on a Raspberry Pi ...
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Trouble with polkit-agent-helper-1: error responce to policykit deamon

In order to get PolicyKit working over SSH, you'll need to run a copy of PolicyKit auth agent in the context of the session, as described here. Try running the following commands before you build: /...
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OSError: libmmal.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

I assume that is Raspberry Pi OS Bookworm that you are using. You should be using picamera2, picamera is out of date. https://github.com/raspberrypi/picamera2/blob/main/examples/capture_jpeg.py #!/usr/...
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Raspi camera module V3 with Octopi

Looks like it's not currently possible/supported. The new module 3 does not work with the legacy camera stack. See https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewtopic.php?p=2070744 for more info.
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legacy camera not detected, bullseye

I had the same problem. Raspberry pi 4b 8gb. I reinstalled my os this time using the old Legacy operating system (debian buster) from the raspberry imager. After that camera worked out of the box. I ...
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'/dev/v4l-subdev1' node not created anymore for 16 MP Arducam with autofocus (IMX519 based) with Rpi 4B

While going through my dmesg logs again, I noticed it said "consider updating imx driver". So I went ahead and tried that that via ./install_pivariety_pkgs.sh -p ...
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libcamera stack does not work with Bullseye

The root cause and solution for this issue can be found here: https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewtopic.php?p=1958297 The latest kernel drivers use the media controller API, but the recent libcamera ...
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WARN:0 global /tmp/pip-wheel-2c57.../opencv/.../cap_v4l.cpp (890) open VIDEOIO(V4L2:/dev/video0): can't open camera by index

I got the same issue and after some research I found that in Debian 11 Bullseye, you can only capture live video with a streaming framework, like gstreamer or ffmpeg. So you will have to compile ...
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Missing raspistill

You can get it by installing the libraspberrypi-bin package.
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Raspberry OS Bullseye Camera Module - No cameras available

First, disable the legacy camera in raspi-config, and then add the following to your /boot/config.txt file: dtoverlay=ov5647 and then reboot your Raspberry Pi OS and it should recognise your camera
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MJPEG over HTTP camera streaming for libcamera?

If you haven't already come across it, the alpha release of Picamera2 has many useful examples of controlling the libcamera stack with Python. The mjpeg-server.py example 'does what it says on the tin'...
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