All the plugins in this package are based on a custom camera sensor. This type of sensor provides access to synchronized frames from a set of cameras. The frames that the sensor generates are forwarded to a sensor plugin (just as you would expect with any other sensor). The plugin has at least one video recorder. The recorder is responsible for processing the frames and creating videos. What each of the plugins in the package does is decide which frames to give to the recorder every time. By managing the frames in different ways, you can create plugins that accommodate different use cases.
In the next tutorials, we'll find out how to configure the multicamera sensor, as well as which are the available video plugins and how to use them.
- Configuring a gvm multicamera sensor
This tutorial walks you through how to configure a gvm multicamera sensor
- Utility Plugins
This tutorial presents various utility plugins that are useful for the video plugins
- Gazebo Video Monitor Plugin
This tutorial presents the gazebo video monitor plugin
- Gazebo Multi Video Monitor Plugin
This tutorial presents the gazebo multi video monitor plugin
- Gazebo Multi Camera Monitor Plugin
This tutorial presents the gazebo multi camera monitor plugin
- Gazebo Multi View Monitor Plugin
This tutorial presents the gazebo multi view monitor plugin
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