Today, TI announced the new DM365 digital media processor based on DaVinci technology. This launch enables TI to continue to build on the sucess of the DM355 by offering developers multi-format HD video with H.264. What’s exciting about the new device is that we’re hitting a perfect sweet spot for customers that want multi-format HD video, unique image signal processing capabilities, multimedia, connectivity and of course, a low system cost.
DM365 features and benefits:
· ARM926EJ-S™ core delivers up to 300 MHz
· Multi-format HD video with H.264, MPEG-4, MPEG-2, MJPEG and VC1 codecs provides ultimate video flexibility and the ability to expand a product portfolio on one platform
· On-chip ISP with noise filtering, video stabilization, face detection, auto white balance, auto focus, auto exposure and edge enhancement allows for image improvements and added intelligent video processing
· ISP eliminates need for customers to create custom algorithms in-house or purchase expensive optics to achieve high-quality images
· Integrated peripherals (EMAC, USB 2.0 Phy, 16-bit DDR2, voice codecs, real time clock and three 10-bit DACs) for smaller board size and system cost savings of up to 25 percent
· Royalty-free, production-ready codec bundles (MP3, G.711, H.264, MPEG-4 and JPEG) and premium audio and video bundles (AAC, WMA and AEC, MPEG-2, VC1/WMV9) decrease design complexity and accelerate time-to-market
So what does this really mean? We’re giving everyday consumers a reason to upgrade to HD video. Consumers will soon see intelligent digital signage that detects viewers to display the relevant advertising. Children will have toys that can recognize their child owner and respond accordingly. You may even have video doorbells in the future that can instantly recognize family members and automatically unlock the door.
Check more out at www.ti.com/dm365. I’m excited to see what the community will do with this new processor. Let me know your thoughts.
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Hello, Can you elaborate: what are the latency figures that can be acheived using the DM365 (and the HDVICP inside it)
to encode D1 stream in H.264 and send it over the 100pbs Ethernet interface?
For example, for a standard D1 IP-camera application, what will be the latency in mili-seconds from analog frame input
to IP stream output (H.264 encoded)?
Is there a need for special coding techniques or a special software package in order to minimize the latency?
Are there any published details on the video stabilizer. It is mentioned on DM365 Introductory Information, the main TI page, and the front page of the datasheet and that's all I can find. It isn't mentioned in the VPFE at all.
I presume there is (or was) going to be a special chip variant with this support like there is with the Face detection?
Will this module do the calculations and provide feedback to a optical stabiliser to stabalise the image? i.e. it needs to be used in conjunction with a suitable lense and it provides the motor control signals to the lense. I can't really see how it could correct each frame on the way through the VPFE
RussellI presume there is (or was) going to be a special chip variant with this support like there is with the Face detection?
I believe this is the case, you probably want to work with your local TI contact on any details though, there is no public specification of the capability I am aware of. In general details of how the video stabilization works would be under NDA if it is available at all.
i have more trouble in starting the steps to install the dvsdk software im working in tms320dm365i follow the procedure http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/GSG:_DVSDK_2.0_Software_Setup_in_Ubuntubut im getting upto EVM mode ,after that i getting some error like as followsDM365 EVM:>setenv nfshost 192.168.72.136DM365 EVM:>setenv rootpath /home/dms365/workdir/filesysDM365 EVM:>setenv bootargs 'console=ttyS0,115200n8 noinitrd rw ip=dhcp rootdelay=10 root=/dev/nfs nfsroot=$(nfshost):$(rootpath),nolock mem=76M video=davincifb:vid0=OFF:vid1=OFF:osd0=720x576x16,4050K dm365_imp.oper_mode=0 davinci_capture.device_type=4'DM365 EVM:>saveenvDM365 EVM:>bootWrong Image Format for bootm commandERROR: can't get kernel image!
i followed only the above website,do i want to install the following:
please reply me eagerly waitng
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