I am trying to understand the v4l2 options; how to find which options are available and which manuals , files, or program outputs can tell me which device can use or benifit from each option.
so for example I know that to controll the brightness or contrast within this code you add anywhere, but what other commands/options can be added this way and which manuals should i read, or is there a type of "list all options for device" command?
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