I want to use the standard capture means , take the frame and pass it to the DSP , do a full frame operation on it and send it out the HDMI input. Is there an example that does something like this and can be edited and recompiled with a minimum of effort? I am just trying to show some kind of control of the base hardware.
I was thinking I could load a DSP program at the command prompt, then load a hacked up version of saLoopBackFbdev.c that would be able to pass the memory buffers pointers to the DSP and let it run.
I keep getting mired in what memory is available at what time for certain testing configurations.
It would be nice to get a memory map for each section of demo programs that just outlines the specific memory in use by those programs at that time.
Anyways, I imagine I have looked at my answer and just passed it over because I didn't realize I was looking at it.
The memory map for each of the programs is available. Look for a linker.cmd file or a .map file after you build any of the demos. The name might be slightly different but the extension should be right. This will contain a full symbol table dump.
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