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  1. That was. Now I don't get anything from the cam, but I hope being able to achieve it before asking again. Best regards.
  2. Now I have the pictures of the errrors exporting the hardware from vivado and including the bitstream.
  3. I attached some images showing the process. I this example I open the projects, but I have also tried importing it instead, as the tutorial says. The error was the same. Now I will upload also screenshots importing the project from Vivado, but it will take a while untill I have them all.
  4. Good night Jpeyron. If I try to just open the pcam_vdma_hdmi_bsp´╗┐ from the unzip folder I get this errors: When I try to create it from scratch I got this What actually I see is the same error, "Core cpu_cortexa9 of version 2.3 not found in repositories" how can I get those all need files in the repositories?? I just want to remind that I am strickly following the steps marked in "https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/github-demos/start". Thank you very much for your time.
  5. Thank you Jpeyron. The path to the project D://vivado_projects/Pcam/(and then what is uncompressed from the .zip) Vivado , I've tried with vivado 2018 and vivado 2016.4. SDK only 2018. This is the repository. Shoudln't it include those kind of files?? When I create a project, xparameters.h usually is in the bsp directory. Best regards.
  6. Good morning. I am trying to excute this demo project "Zybo-Z7-20-pcam-5c" (https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/zybo-z7-pcam-5c-demo/start) following step by step the "Using Digilent Github Demo Projects" (https://reference.digilentinc.com/learn/programmable-logic/tutorials/github-demos/start), but when I import the projects to the workspace, I see some of the file give errors due to almost all include files (like xparameters.h) are missing in the zip file downloaded, where the project is contained in. Those kind of include files are generated automatically when I create the bsp for this hardware design. But I can't understand neither, why if I do that (creating a new BSP from the .hdf exported from vivado), there are an error in the file /standalone_bsp_0/ps7_cortexa9_0/libsrc/ddynclk_v1_0/src/ddynclk_g.c DDynClk_Config DDynClk_ConfigTable[XPAR_DDYNCLK_NUM_INSTANCES] = // Error XPAR_DDYNCLK_NUM_INSTANCES undeclared Also I found this answer from Xilinx AR# 34804 (https://www.xilinx.com/support/answers/34804.html) where they say that if I right-clicked in the projeck I should be able to change the reference BSP. But actually I am not. My OS is windows 10, in case it is usefull. Thank you for your help. Best regards.