i´m trying to burn video_preview, that let me to access to pixels, to dm6437 EVM flash,
that I get here(Accesing_pixels_in_a_Frame_1_03.zip)
The hex file is generated by hexAIS with
hexAIS -o video_preview.hex video_preview.out
then I use flashBurn DSK as described in
but when I turn on the board the image in the monitor is just blue and if I try to run the same example from emulator it doenst work properly, the screen remains blue.
If I tried to burn the original example of video_preview (not the file from the link above), using video_preview.out to generate video_preview.hex , it works fine and let me to use simulator and i can work fine.
I wish to be able to burn to flash the files I´m working with (Accesing_pixels_in_a_Frame_1_03.zip) and they run properly, because it´s a major reference for me.
Thanks in advance.
Have you try the flash tool from this site: http://c6000.spectrumdigital.com/evmdm6437/reve/?
I tried the files in the link but the result was the same,as an option I have tried copying the functions that I use from Accesing_pixels_in_a_Frame_1_03.zip and added
to original video_preview project ,then I tried flash burn utility and the result was that it works.Now the doubt is what are the libraries or files that are needed to get projects that work well in emulator work properly when are flashed.Thanks a lot.
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