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S-video output with EzSDK 5.04
I am having trouble getting the s-video output working using the latest ezsdk. I am writing test images into fb2 and have switched display2 to svideo using sysfs but I still get no output.
Is there anything else that has changed with this release related to the SD output on s-video?
Thanks in advance.
I tried changing the example applications to point at /dev/fb2 and still no image (on sivdeo or composite). I also tried going back to the 'stock' SDK 5.04 kernel and filesystem but that didn't work either.
Is there anything that changed in this release that I am overlooking?
We will be releasing the SDK 5.05 (most likely within a week), where SD display would be provided as an example. In SDK 5.04, you can look for 'display' example also.
Also you can try following
echo 0 > /sys/devices/platform/vpss/display2/enabled echo "composite" > /sys/devices/platform/vpss/display2/outputecho 1 > /sys/devices/platform/vpss/display2/enabled
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