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Discussion Groups | TMS320C6x | Using Video Port (FVID) on the DM6437

Technical discussions about the TI C6000 DSPs (including the c62x, c64x and c67x DSPs).


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Using Video Port (FVID) on the DM6437 - idanwolf - Jul 27 10:59:19 2008

Hi everyone,

I'm trying to build a project which performs frame video capture, 
then some kind of processing to the grabbed frames, and finally 
displays the results on a TV monitor.

I'm using the examples from the Digital Video Software Development 
Kit (DVSDK) for the DM6437 as a base (such as video_preview and 
video_encdec). From what I understand, they are using the FVID module 
in order to contact the video port. These examples are running 
successfully on the DM6437 emulator.

HOWEVER, I don't have any clue how I'm supposed to process the 
recieved frames. I can only see they are held in a structure 
called "FVID_FRAME" which is defined in "fvid.h", but still,
I don't 
know what is the right approach to handle it.

I would be grateful if you could give me any useful references or 
code examples that could help me understand the issue...