I'm using aravis. What I was trying to convey with my comment regarding
the Flycap application is the networking issue I was experiencing carried
over to Flycap too. So, that's when I figured it was a networking issue
versus an issue with aravis.
On Thu, Dec 21, 2017 at 3:31 AM, Emmanuel Pacaud <
Le mar. 19 déc. 2017 à 19:27, Ian McCoy <immccoy78@xxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
In the end, I switched the frame size to 6000 and increased the delay.
The camera delays were offset about 3000. Camera 1 was set to 3000 and
Camera 2 set to 6000. This resolved the problem and I was able to stream
both cameras simultaneously. This was tested on the both switches
successfully: tp-link and netgear pro safe (GS105). This seems
counterintuitive to everything I have read about setting the packet size to
largest possible setting your is network cable of, but apparently not in
Hope this helps someone and I appreciate the help and comments you sent.
Thanks for the follow up.
In the end, are you using aravis, or did you switch to flycap ?