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Part Number: DLP4710
I am using DLP4710-G2 (controller DLPC3439) and using the LightCrafter GUI V7.4 software. Usually I can display a gray-level or color image through the connection with HDMI cable. But now I want to display different generated binary patterns at a very high frame rate. So I have some questions for this.
First, what is the maximum reachable frame rate in displaying 1920X1080 binary patterns?
Second, assuming that I have 100 different binary patterns (1920X1080) and want to display them one by one at high speed and at equal frame intervals. So how can I display them at the maximum frame rate? Do I need to upload them first to the flash memory? and could you please provide some detailed operation instructions? Thank you.
For high speed binary patterns you will want to use the DLP4710EVM-LC. The DLPDLCR4710EVM does not support high speed binary patterns.
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
OK. I see. Thanks for your reply to my questions.
Can I ask that for my DLPDLCR4710EVM, what is the maximum frame rate when displaying binary patterns? Is it the same with color gray-level pattern (60Hz)?
In reply to Chenliang Chang:
Yes, the maximum frame rate that you could achieve using full resolution would be the same as the display mode.
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