whai

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  1. Agreed with your analysis, Dan. FPGA is not the platform to do the job. I'll search for other approaches. Thanks. --- Wei
  2. Thanks, Dan. From the spec, Nexys video board could work. But we are hoping something that doesn't require programming FPGA, but a traditional chipset with C++ solution. --- Wei
  3. We need your help to recommend a stand-alone solution with its own power supply. We want to have HDMI in and HDMI out, and to resize (shrink/zoom-in/zoom-out) and apply horizontal and vertical keystone correction to the input HDMI video before outputting to the HDMI port. Any suggestion please? Best regards, Wei