Fouad Kiamilev

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  1. Sam - we tried your suggestion. We made a fresh project and used the updated rgb2vga file. Synthesis Passed , Implementation Failed, Attached image was the error it gave me. The 2nd image shows something we think has to do with failure to implement the code. We pressed "Upgrade IP" button but still failed implementation with same error. Please advise. Fouad
  2. Sam - thank you for your quick reply. We will try your suggestion and let you know our result. fouad
  3. JColvin - Can you possibly elevate this question? We are purchasing 200X of your ZYBO boards for 3 classes next semester. Two of those classes - I would like to include a project that does HDMI IN and VGA out. You have a great code example but we are not able to make changes. I have put a first question to this on November 11. It is now one month later. Come on Digilent folks - we are spending $20K+ on your boards. And we are also introducing 200 students to your products. I am happy to have technical support like this forum. Waiting for 1 month for answer li
  4. Hello Jpeyron - happy thanksgiving! Any news from the person who made the project about our issue? We are still looking for solution to this.
  5. Hi Sam, We followed your advice and edited the file rgb2vga_0 file in the packager. We were able to compile the code. The change we made was to hard code the output as shown below. We also uploaded a picture of the block diagram which indicates that the output of this module drives the VGA output. When we run the code we get a black screen instead of green one. Do you know what we may have gotten wrong? Thanks, Fouad vga_pRed <= (others->'0'); --int_pData(VID_IN_DATA_WIDTH-1 downto VID_IN_DATA_WIDTH - kRedDepth); vga_pBlue <= (others->'0'); -- in
  6. Fantastic! Thanks for your quick response. I will get students to try it this afternoon and report back on our progress! Fouad
  7. Good afternoon, We use digilent boards in our curriculum at University of Delaware electrical engineering department. Next semester, we are upgrading our freshman digital design course from BASYS2 to ZYBO boards. Our enrollment is typically 150 students. We would like to add a project at the end of the semester that will be based on your HDMI example here: https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/zybo-hdmi-demo/start The idea is to give the student introduction to HDMI and let them make changes to the code you provide to do something co