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Hello everyone! Finally I end my degree final project and I obtain a good mark (9.4/10) I have been working on this project 1 year more less. Summarizing this project... This project is based on HDMI IN SDSoC project from digilent GitHub (you can read this in the readme in my GitHub). I have increased this project with a JPEG encoder, new image filters and plugin architecture to develop new filters without have to write in the internal code. In this link, you obtain all the files and you can read about my DFP. I'm sorry but the memory is in Spanish. This system have a good performance with the plugin architecture (38.82 FPS with 1920x1080 images). If you want to do somethig cool with this project, the next step would be put Linux OS. I have learned a lot in this forum! Thanks! Regards, Raúl.
Hi everyone! Today I present you another interesing project! This project is one application in SDSoC that contains a plugin architecture for standalone system. You can use this for develop interesting things, like an image or video processing platforms that you want add some filters without change the internal code. Into the project you can read how works. If you have doubts wrote here! Enjoy! See you soon!
I want to debug my Arduino sketch using MPLAB-X (ver 3.61) and after running into a dead end with loading the ELF file, I decided to try my hand at importing the sketch using the MPLAB plugin - "chipKIT Import Plugin (ver 1.0.4) Note: I am using the Digilent Core with the Wi-FIRE board (rev C), not the chipKIT core from chipkit.net. Attached are two screenshots. The first is the Plugin description and the second is the Project setup box. With respect to the latter, I'm encountering two problems: (1) It doesn't like my Core location, even though that is the folder where platform.txt is located; and (2) my target board pull down list is empty, although it's possible this problem would go away if (1) was solved. Any thoughts?
Hello! I have been working on a plugin system with shared libraries using dlfcn.h I have the library working in my computer but when I try to export to SDSoC Standalone project and build I obtain some errors. With a SDSoC Linux project this don´t happens. Has anyone worked with shared libraries in SDSoC using Standalone system? is it possible make this with standalone system or I need linux? See you!