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I m not able to get the video output on my TV using the dvsdkdemo. As per the demo, i should be getting an image of a remote control on the screen. I do get the image but it is not stil image i.e. the video keeps winding over the screen. Attaching a screenshot:
Looks like some timing/resolution issue.
Default LSP that comes with EVM version version 2.10 ... MVL based LSP
Using a normal analog CRT TV connected using COMPONENT interface. I m assuming that i can connect non-HD TV to the component output.
Default mode of 480P-60 was giving lot of flicker ... after changing it to 576P-50 ... the flicker was reduced as shown above in the img.
I ve tried using composite cable as well with same result. Tried NTSC and PAL options as well (by using relevant bootargs).
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