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Part Number: TDA2EVM5777
The Vision SDK version we are using is - 02_12_00
Our development board is Jacinto 6
Following are the queries
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In reply to Yordan Kamenov:
here is my comments
1. Why Vision SDK is NOT supporting the LCD interface?
[Shiju] VSDK Bios only mode support both HDMI and LCD, on VSDK Linux + bios (where a15 running Linux) we support only HDMI and this is due the dsiplay controll is moved to M4 side. TDA2x has onchip HDMI.
2. What we need to do to enable the LCD interface in vision SDK?
[Shiju] this need to be analyzed
3. Whether we will be able to integrate Processor SDK and Vision SDK binaries?
[Shiju] yes its is possible - InfoAdas does somethinhg similar. Also VSDK Linux uses the Processor SDK Linux Kernel, uboot, filesytem, SGX stack etc.
4. From Where we can see the individual core binaries from the File system in vision SDK?
5. In vision SDK DSS is configured from which M4 core? IPU 1 or IPU 2?
[Shiju] For VSDK Bios its from IPU1 and for VSDK linus its from IPU2
In reply to Shiju Sivasankaran:
In reply to Ganesh H:
No, this UC is not part of VSDK. its an infoADAS demo, not yet relased externally
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