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Part Number: DLPDLCR2010EVM
Hello i'm using DLPDLCR2010EVM
I'm going to update my own firmware. Because I want to change keystone.
So I make batch files by reading 'DLPC343X Software Programmer's Guide'.
But I think it is not running perfectly so I want to get Firmware's batch files which you provide (DLP LightCrafter 2010 Firmware) and compare with mine.
Is there any software I can open and read Firmware's batch files??? (I mean Firmware is disk image file so I have no idea how to open.)
And I want to Factory Initialization because when I turn on DLP lightcrafter with your firmware It is not working normally(The flash image comes out for a while and then it goes out. )
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In reply to Philippe Dollo:
Dear. Philippe Dollo
I'm using DLP LightCrafter Display v7.0 for control my DLPDLCR2010EVM.
And I want to run Keystone Correction Control enable and projection Pitch Angle in -4.95
Display size and Image Size in 854X480. That's all I want to do.
I don't want to change anything except those described above.
I'd like to make sure it's in the same state as it was at the beginning.
In reply to Youngsoo Jang:
In reply to Azad:
When I first connect the power to DLP and switch on, the flash image comes out for a very short time and never comes out again.
If it is connected by HDMI, external images are produced.
However, if not connected, press the <display settings push buttons> on the DLP board to get the flash image.
Now, the batch file that I created has disappeared, leaving only the firmware image file.
So I made another batch file, which does not print not only flash images but also external images.
# Write: KeystoneCorrectionControlW 36 88 01 00 01 00 00# Write: ProjectionPitchAngleW 36 bb 0d fb# Write: LedCurrentW 36 54 07 01 07 01 07 01# Write: RgbLEDEnableW 36 52 07# Write: SplashScreenExecuteW 36 35# Write: ImageCropW 36 10 00 00 00 00 00 05 D0 02# Write: DisplaySizeW 36 12 80 07 38 04# Write: InputImageSizeW 36 2E 00 05 D0 02# Write: SplashScreenSelectW 36 0D 03# Write: InputSourceSelectW 36 05 02# Write: ImageCropW 36 10 00 00 00 00 00 05 D0 02# Write: DisplaySizeW 36 12 80 07 38 04# Write: InputImageSizeW 36 2E 00 05 D0 02# Write: SplashScreenSelectW 36 0D 03# Write: InputSourceSelectW 36 05 02# 100 ms delayW 36 DB 64 00# Write: ImageOrientationW 36 14 00
I'd appreciate your help.
I want to use both splash screen and external input.
And, Yes It worked while I use earlier batchfile also keystone correction was successfully applied!
But I want to change Keystone adjustment often because I have to adapt to the situation.
Acutually I just copy batchfile example in GUI Tool users guide which you distribute.
Here are some general guidelines to follow while writing batch files:
Here is the batch file you need to use:
## Write: ImageCrop: 520x320 = 0x0208 x 0x0140
W 36 10 00 00 00 00 08 02 40 01
## Write: DisplaySize: 854x480
W 36 12 00 00 00 00 56 03 e0 01
## Write: InputImageSize: 520x320 = 0x0208 x 0x0140
W 36 2e 08 02 40 01
## Write: Splash screen select ; 00 = First Splash screen
W 36 0D 00
# Write: InputSourceSelect; 2 = Splash screen
W 36 05 02
## Write Splash screen execute
w 36 35
# 100 ms delay
w 36 DB 64 00
# Write: KeystoneCorrectionControl
W 36 88 01 00 01 00 00
# Write: ProjectionPitchAngle
W 36 bb 0d fb
# Write: LedCurrent
W 36 54 07 01 07 01 07 01
# Write: WRITE LED ENABLE = 7. DISABLE = 0
W 36 52 07
To change the keystone angle multiple times during run-time using GUI, you can store each keystone configuration as a batch file on your PC and run the required batch file using Run Batch File option in the Advanced GUI.
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