The Video4Linux2 uv4l-raspicam driver for Raspberry Pi has been extended to support the TC358743 HDMI to MIPI converter chip. This chipset is often found in the B101 capture boards made by Auvidea.
Any resolution, color space or hardware codec (like MJPEG, H264, YUVs, etc…, with or without preview) will work. All the UV4L components on the top of this driver will work as usual.
The Raspberry Pi 3 is supported by this new release of the raspicam driver, while support for other Raspberry Pi models can be activated upon request.
Upgrade the driver or read these instructions to know how to install it. Remember that the TC358743 in the driver has to be enabled via the –tc358743=yes option (e.g. in the configuration file) to use it.