Slightly off topic: S-Video?

Started by Jaco Versfeld in comp.dsp16 years ago 3 replies

Hi, Does anyone know if S7 is backward compatible with the S-Video standard? (S7 is S-Video with 7 pins, while S-Video has 4 pins.) Can I...

Hi, Does anyone know if S7 is backward compatible with the S-Video standard? (S7 is S-Video with 7 pins, while S-Video has 4 pins.) Can I plug an S-Video (4-pin) cable into the S7 Video output port? I want to feed the video signal from an S7 ouput port to a TV, using the normal S-Video-to-RCA-cable? I have noticed that S7 contains 4 outer pins and three inner pins. The four outer pin...


Reference Video Clips for Video Compression Testing?

Started by Randy Yates in comp.dsp15 years ago 1 reply

Hi Folks, Are there any raw video clips (YUV 4:2:2, preferably) that are known stressors on video encoders (e.g., MPEG-4 ASP, H.264, etc.)?...

Hi Folks, Are there any raw video clips (YUV 4:2:2, preferably) that are known stressors on video encoders (e.g., MPEG-4 ASP, H.264, etc.)? Is there a standard set of clips used for verification of video codecs? --Randy


DM642 Video capture issue

Started by jerome in comp.dsp16 years ago 11 replies

Hi, As I said it in another post we currently work on a card which includes a DSP TI TMS320DM642, a video decoder (SAA7118), SDRAM,...

Hi, As I said it in another post we currently work on a card which includes a DSP TI TMS320DM642, a video decoder (SAA7118), SDRAM, etc.... Our aim is to capture a NTSC YUV video, save it and later compress it. Until now we've succeeded in configuring the registers of the video decoder; the output video data are as expected so this part has been validated. To capture these video data w...


Openings for DSP - Video professionals

Started by Savithaprakash in comp.dsp13 years ago

Openings for DSP - Video professionals Experience: 4 ? 15Yrs Development of video codecs (H.264,H.263, MPEG2/4, WMV, VC1, AVS, SVC)...

Openings for DSP - Video professionals Experience: 4 ? 15Yrs Development of video codecs (H.264,H.263, MPEG2/4, WMV, VC1, AVS, SVC) Porting and optimization of video codecs on DSP (TI, ADSP), RISC (ARM, MIPS), Multicore and configurable processors (Tenslica, Stretch) Research on Next generation Video Algorithm, Video analytic) Location: Bangalore. Client Profile Our client i


the 4th video input conflict with tcp/ip in JPEG_netcam of DM642

Started by net_hotang in comp.dsp14 years ago

Dear all, I want to capture the video with the 4th video port,and I have succeed in 3 video inputs,but i found that the the 4 the video conflict...

Dear all, I want to capture the video with the 4th video port,and I have succeed in 3 video inputs,but i found that the the 4 the video conflict with the tcp/ip in the jpeg_netcam example.I think it the EDMA conflict, because,when the VPORTCAP_Params parameter: "irqId"!=14,the other video and the network can initial successfully; but when irqId=14,the network cann't initial and the video cann't ...


DSP/FPGA/video board?

Started by Georgi Beloev in comp.dsp16 years ago 4 replies

Hi, I'm looking for an inexpensive (up to $1000) development board with the following features: - Relatively fast DSP, e.g., Blackfin. -...

Hi, I'm looking for an inexpensive (up to $1000) development board with the following features: - Relatively fast DSP, e.g., Blackfin. - Mid-range Cyclone II or Spartan-3 FPGA. - At least 4 MB SDRAM. - Video in (CVBS and Y/C), digital video decoder. - Video out (CVBS and Y/C), digital video encoder. - The video decoder and encoder should be able to work simultaneously. A combinatio...


Image and Video References

Started by Randy Yates in comp.dsp16 years ago 11 replies

Hi Folks, I'm looking for authoritative and in-depth on-line or hardcopy references to the following topics: 1. The YUV color scheme and...

Hi Folks, I'm looking for authoritative and in-depth on-line or hardcopy references to the following topics: 1. The YUV color scheme and the reason for the choices in its various bit-depths (i.e., 6-2-2, etc.), how it maps to RGB, and any other pertinent info. 2. The composite video, component video, PAL, and NTSC standards. 3. MPEG4 video and audio coding. Believe ...


Position announcement (CA-Santa Clara, Video/DSP Engineer)

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp15 years ago

Company Information: Telairity Semiconductor, located in Santa Clara, California, is a well-funded privately held startup company which has...

Company Information: Telairity Semiconductor, located in Santa Clara, California, is a well-funded privately held startup company which has implemented a new high-performance video processing chip for HDTV applications. We are currently looking for a few video codec software experts to join our team to implement real-time video encoding algorithms on our platform. Job Title: Senior Video ...


PhD position in mapping of multimedia algorithms on multiprocessor platform, Eindhoven The Netherlands

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp15 years ago

The Video Coding and Architectures research group is part of the Signal Processing Systems department of the Eindhoven University of...

The Video Coding and Architectures research group is part of the Signal Processing Systems department of the Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. The research spans areas of video analysis, image/video segmentation, object-oriented and 3D video compression that underpin systems-oriented research on video coding and architectures. This work pursues state-of-the-art video funct...


Video Decoder/Encoder Interface for the TI 6416?

Started by Randy Yates in comp.dsp15 years ago 1 reply

Hi Folks, Does anyone know of an elegant solution to the problem of interfacing a 6416, which does NOT have an integrated video port like the...

Hi Folks, Does anyone know of an elegant solution to the problem of interfacing a 6416, which does NOT have an integrated video port like the DM642 does, to a video decoder (like the TI TVP5150) and video encoder? --Randy


between BF561 and DVDP6437

Started by bharat pathak in comp.dsp13 years ago 5 replies

Hello All, I want to decide between BF561 from analog and DVDP6437 from TI for audio/video applications. My requirements are as...

Hello All, I want to decide between BF561 from analog and DVDP6437 from TI for audio/video applications. My requirements are as follows 1. do little bit of algorithmic work related to audio/video processing. eg. for video it could be video noise reduction, image scaling, deinterlacing, dithering, color enhancements contrast/brightness adjustements, mpeg NR and ...


video decoder

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp15 years ago 4 replies

hi to all! while searching for video decoder i came through this site.actually i am looking for a video decoder if any1 can suggest me...

hi to all! while searching for video decoder i came through this site.actually i am looking for a video decoder if any1 can suggest me something. i am in need of a video decoder for which the input is continuous stream of data from a video camera and the output is frame by frame pictures in digital output format.the decoder should be compatible for both analog as well as digital input. thnx...


Problems with the TI DM642 using multiplexed video decoder source while capturing PAL continouosly!

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp14 years ago

I use the DM642 in combination with 4x Philips SAA7114 video decoder. So we use two video ports in dual channel mode. We capture full PAL 720...

I use the DM642 in combination with 4x Philips SAA7114 video decoder. So we use two video ports in dual channel mode. We capture full PAL 720 with the decoders with the DDK capture driver supplied with our CCS Software in BT.656 mode by using SAV/EAV. Till now everything works fine. Now we want to use the SAA7114 by multiplexing 5 video sources each. When i switch the video decoder source o...


Video mixing solution for H.264 streams

Started by sandy80 in comp.dsp8 years ago 1 reply

Hello i need to develop a video mixing solution for h.264 streams.I need a pointer about how to go about it.Is there any Third party toolbox...

Hello i need to develop a video mixing solution for h.264 streams.I need a pointer about how to go about it.Is there any Third party toolbox in MATLAB which can take me directly into video codecs internal working and then perhaps implement a video mixing algorithm. i tried to search on internet,but it didn't help much.also please point to good book in this regard to start from scratch. ...


Newbie Question

Started by nija in comp.dsp13 years ago 5 replies

Hi all, I am new to the field of DSP/Video Compression. I wanted to learn MPEG 4 Video Compression standard in particular as it is required in...

Hi all, I am new to the field of DSP/Video Compression. I wanted to learn MPEG 4 Video Compression standard in particular as it is required in my current project which is about Live Video streaming using RTSP/RTP protocol on the internet using MPEG 4 codec. I have read some articles/ISO standard about MPEG Video Compression standard.Even though I did my engineering in EE ,I find them ve...


Video/Imaging Processing Engineer needed in Santa Clara, CA;

Started by mapton in comp.dsp14 years ago

Mobilygen develops low-power H.264 video compression ICs for mobile products. Our patented EVE (Enabling Video Everywhere) architecture combines...

Mobilygen develops low-power H.264 video compression ICs for mobile products. Our patented EVE (Enabling Video Everywhere) architecture combines data-driven media engines, an ultra-efficient memory controller, and hardware multithreading, each tuned specifically for mobile video applications. The result is extremely low-power ICs that run at very low clock rates and can utilize standard commo...


Video/Imaging Processing Engineer needed in Santa Clara, CA;

Started by mapton in comp.dsp14 years ago

Mobilygen develops low-power H.264 video compression ICs for mobile products. Our patented EVE (Enabling Video Everywhere) architecture combines...

Mobilygen develops low-power H.264 video compression ICs for mobile products. Our patented EVE (Enabling Video Everywhere) architecture combines data-driven media engines, an ultra-efficient memory controller, and hardware multithreading, each tuned specifically for mobile video applications. The result is extremely low-power ICs that run at very low clock rates and can utilize standard commo...


educational video tape on DSP and digital communication

Started by edward H. Li in comp.dsp17 years ago 2 replies

Hello, friends, I have been looking for educational video tape/CD/VCD/DVD on digital signal processing and digital communication theory, I know...

Hello, friends, I have been looking for educational video tape/CD/VCD/DVD on digital signal processing and digital communication theory, I know there are certain schools offer distance learning program, and the way they deliver lecture is via video tape or internet, I am wondering if there is any video tape/CD/VCD/DVD which are commercially available for purchase? thanks for providing infor...


Minimal DSP for video transcoding

Started by Xata in comp.dsp6 years ago

Hello. I am new to DSP, even more - i am not even in DSP theme at the moment. Problem is - i need to transcode video from 12mbps MPEG2 to any...

Hello. I am new to DSP, even more - i am not even in DSP theme at the moment. Problem is - i need to transcode video from 12mbps MPEG2 to any other format, that will need less bps. In realtime. For example i can downscale the video (from FullHD to 640x360), or i can transcode to H.264 My main ARM-based CPU has insufficient processing power to do this in realtime. So i need external IC, that wil...


Hilbert Vs bandpass filter in VSB Modulation

Started by Ajay in comp.dsp16 years ago 26 replies

Hi, I am implementing a RF modulator for video signals. I am caught in dilemma of choosing between two different implementations...

Hi, I am implementing a RF modulator for video signals. I am caught in dilemma of choosing between two different implementations strategies, One that involves taking hilbert transform of the video and then modulating it while the other modulates video to IF and then bandpass it to get the VSB using an appropriate BPfilter. For last few days, I have been trying to collect information reg...