Video Input to Texas chip TI-6455 DSK

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp12 years ago

Hi I am looking at exploring ways of giving input video into TI(Texas- instruments)-6455 DSK I want to input video into TI 6455 DSK,and...

Hi I am looking at exploring ways of giving input video into TI(Texas- instruments)-6455 DSK I want to input video into TI 6455 DSK,and then encode and display it out at the end. But i dont have any peripherals in the TI-6455 DSK except ethernet peripheral. Please let me know,if there is some way/code to give video input through ethernet into the TI-6455 DSK Do let me know if ther...


Video Compression

Started by Vladimir Vassilevsky in comp.dsp14 years ago 1 reply

Hello All, The task is to transmit the grayscale video over the ethernet in the real time. The input stream is 8bpp, 1024x768, 25fps. The...

Hello All, The task is to transmit the grayscale video over the ethernet in the real time. The input stream is 8bpp, 1024x768, 25fps. The compressed stream should be no more then ~30Mbps. The available computing power is ~300MIPS of the general purpose DSP. It is desired to preserve as much quality as possible. Do you know of a video compression algorithm which can fit into those ...


Video Port Capture. Interesting Questions.

Started by arichard in comp.dsp13 years ago

Dear All, I have some questions about the video Port: As described in "spru629" the video Port is capable among others of acquiring frames,...

Dear All, I have some questions about the video Port: As described in "spru629" the video Port is capable among others of acquiring frames, perform scaling and chrominance resampling. In the configurations of the video port, the threshold to perform a DMA transfer for the chrominance components is automatically defined as half of the threshold defined for the luminance component. My...


JOB: Video Engineer Lead- (Video Compression Algorithm, H.264) - Austin, TX

Started by Dee Dee Dial, Executive Technology Recruiter in comp.dsp15 years ago 10 replies

Lead Video Engineer - (Video Compression Algorithms, H.264-HD) Location: Austin, TX (Full Time/employee)- Contact: Dee Dee Dial, Sr....

Lead Video Engineer - (Video Compression Algorithms, H.264-HD) Location: Austin, TX (Full Time/employee)- Contact: Dee Dee Dial, Sr. Exec/Technology Recruiter Pedley-Richard & Assoc. 512/418-3260 Email: dddial@pedley-richard.com (Note: all resumes are submitted in confidence and will NOT be forwarded to any client company without the expressed consent of the individual.) Compa...


How to detect echos in a video signal ?

Started by Guy Eschemann in comp.dsp17 years ago 15 replies

Hi, I'd like some advice on how to determine if a video signal has some echos (ghost pictures) in it or not. What I have is a digital video...

Hi, I'd like some advice on how to determine if a video signal has some echos (ghost pictures) in it or not. What I have is a digital video stream (ITU-656), and I'm looking for some kind of DSP algorithm (line-based or frame-based) to solve this. Any suggestions ? Many thanks, Guy.


DM642 Video Stabilization

Started by darko79 in comp.dsp15 years ago 1 reply

I would like to make implementation of video stabilization algorithm on DM642. Can I process that. I will implement SAD or bit-plane algorithm....

I would like to make implementation of video stabilization algorithm on DM642. Can I process that. I will implement SAD or bit-plane algorithm. Do I need external memory. Video is in standard PAL resolution. This message was sent using the Comp.DSP web interface on www.DSPRelated.com


TMS320C6416 video system

Started by Houbaa in comp.dsp14 years ago

Hi all, Here is my project : I wish to set up a decoder video in the following way : my board tms320c6416 DSK receives a video stream by an...

Hi all, Here is my project : I wish to set up a decoder video in the following way : my board tms320c6416 DSK receives a video stream by an interface (HPI, PCI), decompress the data, sends them towards a graphic display controller by another interface (HPI, PCI). I would like to have notices on this project and to know if it is sensible. If somebody has a better solution, or examples (codes, in...


ADSP BF 533 EZ-KIT Lite video input/ouptu problem

Started by beanxp in comp.dsp14 years ago 1 reply

Hi, everybody, I want to use ADSP BF 533 EZ-KIT Lite to do some video processing. But right now I only have the board and audio input/ouput. To...

Hi, everybody, I want to use ADSP BF 533 EZ-KIT Lite to do some video processing. But right now I only have the board and audio input/ouput. To do video, what kind of camera and connector do i need(cheap ones)? Thanks!


yuv files needed

Started by dlna in comp.dsp11 years ago

Hi, Im working on a video watermarking project and would like to know/obtain the below mentioned popular video sequences that are used to test...

Hi, Im working on a video watermarking project and would like to know/obtain the below mentioned popular video sequences that are used to test video watermarking algorithms. 1. table tennis sequence (353*288) 2. football sequence (353*288) 3. foreman sequence (353*288) 4. irene sequence (353*288) Please send me the links where I can find them.. thank you dlna


Horizontal line noise in video

Started by Adam Chapman in comp.dsp13 years ago 5 replies

Hi, I'm working on a robot vision system for a helicopter (http:// www.rctoys.com/rc-toys-and-parts/DF-TSU/INDUSTRIAL.html)...

Hi, I'm working on a robot vision system for a helicopter (http:// www.rctoys.com/rc-toys-and-parts/DF-TSU/INDUSTRIAL.html) at university. I've just seen for the first time some video captured from the aircraft's onboard camera. The camera itself is not stabilised and rather small, the resolution is about 500 lines. The recorded video was sent from the aircraft to an analogue receiver...


Why is video inverted for transmission?

Started by Green Xenon [Radium] in comp.dsp13 years ago 239 replies

On Sep 3, 8:27 pm, isw wrote in http://groups.google.com/group/sci.electronics.basics/msg/6689f0d1e8eff770 : > Prolonged blacks can...

On Sep 3, 8:27 pm, isw wrote in http://groups.google.com/group/sci.electronics.basics/msg/6689f0d1e8eff770 : > Prolonged blacks can damage television transmitters, however (video > is inverted for transmission, so black requires full power from the > transmitter). Why is video inverted for transmission?


video processing

Started by Kyle in comp.dsp16 years ago 6 replies

Hi I'm a final year engineering student who has a design project which aims to do some low-level video processing for purposes of controlling...

Hi I'm a final year engineering student who has a design project which aims to do some low-level video processing for purposes of controlling a mechanical system (template matching in a low res monochromatic PAL video feed).. Since it's a student project, getting access to appropriate hardware is very much a matter of price :) It would seem that DSP development boards are either geared t...


Interlaced video fields of unequal brightness

Started by Mike in comp.dsp15 years ago 7 replies

I apologize, I am a video signal processing newbie. I am using a NI 1410 board to capture images from an interlaced RS-170 video source. When...

I apologize, I am a video signal processing newbie. I am using a NI 1410 board to capture images from an interlaced RS-170 video source. When the images are captured, the odd field is about 3% brighter than the even field. The noise is also higher in the odd field. Has anyone experienced this? Could it have something to do with the clamp timing? Is it possible that interference on th...


Video: What is a PID Controller?

Started by Tim Wescott in comp.dsp4 years ago 29 replies

Just posted a video. It's my first real effort and, as videos go, rough as a cob -- but I think the information is solid. I have a 15-minute...

Just posted a video. It's my first real effort and, as videos go, rough as a cob -- but I think the information is solid. I have a 15-minute time limit -- trying to fit an informative video into that is kind of like explaining General Relativity with a book of haiku. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2elEXcv0AV8 YouTube time limit complex subject, 15 minutes very hard. -- Tim ...


Programming saa7105 video encoder

Started by arichard in comp.dsp13 years ago

Hello, I am trying the examples that came with DM642 evaluation board, and the video drivers are working fine if i want to display a D1...

Hello, I am trying the examples that came with DM642 evaluation board, and the video drivers are working fine if i want to display a D1 frame into a monitor. I am trying to program the saa7105 video encoder to perform scaling from CIF to D1. Did anybody accomplish this task? Can anybody tell me which registers do we have to change in order to perform this? I do know that we have to change...


newbie question: difference b/w frame mode and progressive encoding of interlaced video

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp15 years ago 1 reply

Hi, Is there any difference in encoding of an interlaced video in the following 2 ways: 1. just considering it as a progressive video and...

Hi, Is there any difference in encoding of an interlaced video in the following 2 ways: 1. just considering it as a progressive video and doing a progressive encoding. 2. doing a frame encoding. Again, field encoding is just matching fields instead of full frames, of an interlaced video, during motion estimation. Is that a correct explanation I am having? Please correct me if I am wron...


OMAP L138 EVM: Accessing TVP5147 Decoder's Digital output

Started by jtamir in comp.dsp9 years ago

I am using the Zoom board OMAP L138 EVM and User Interface (UI) board for a video processing project. I would like to input an s-video stream to...

I am using the Zoom board OMAP L138 EVM and User Interface (UI) board for a video processing project. I would like to input an s-video stream to the C6748 DSP, modify the stream, and output it. I am able to stream s-video with the EVM and attached UI board using the included s-video test in the c6748 tests directory. I would like to access the digital output of the TVP5147, pins Y[9] - Y[2] (...


Newbie seeking advice

Started by saleem145 in comp.dsp6 years ago 2 replies

Hello, Here is what I am looking for -- I would like to connect a video camera, a microphone, speakers and a micro SD card to a DSP....

Hello, Here is what I am looking for -- I would like to connect a video camera, a microphone, speakers and a micro SD card to a DSP. The DSP should have at least one serial port. Over the serial port it will receive the following commands -- 1. Record video to filename -- it should start recording the video to a file on the SD card. 2. Record audio to filename -- it should ...


Relation between Frames per second amd MCPS for a Video Encoder & Decoder

Started by goldenmean in comp.dsp11 years ago 2 replies

Hello, I am trying to find relation between frames per second(fps), Clock rate (Cycles/sec) and MCPS(Million cycles per second) for...

Hello, I am trying to find relation between frames per second(fps), Clock rate (Cycles/sec) and MCPS(Million cycles per second) for the video encoder. 1.) For an Video encoder How can i calculate the MCPS consumed. Is fps needed for this calculation, if yes, how can one get fps? 2.) For a Video decoder - How is MCPS calculated , how is fps calculated? Thank You. Regards, -...


Video sampling

Started by Peter Choi in comp.dsp16 years ago 7 replies

Hello, Anyone can point me to a source where I can learn how to read and capture video signals from one of those pinpole color camera into a...

Hello, Anyone can point me to a source where I can learn how to read and capture video signals from one of those pinpole color camera into a C6711 DSK? Like what type of A/D hardware I need and what the signal scheme is like?