This White Paper "OpenCV on TI’s DSP+ARM® platforms: Mitigating
the challenges of porting OpenCV to embedded platforms" (http://focus.ti.com/lit/wp/spry175/spry175.pdf ) has a statement describes exactly what I am looking for.
"The DSP side algorithm links with a static OpenCV library that is built from the mainline OpenCV source code with minimal modiﬁcations using TI’s optimizing C compiler"
I'd like to recreate that build environment - Where can I find the build files, patches, versions used, etc. For example, is there a TI_CGT.cmake file that was created for this? What versions of the components were used (OpenCV, TI CGT 7.2 ? )
What device are you using?
In reply to David Friedland:
ZOOM™ OMAP-L138 EVM DEVELOPMENT KIT ( http://www.logicpd.com/products/development-kits/zoom-omap-l138-evm-development-kit ). I also have DM3730, OMAP3530 devkits if that helps.
In reply to John Young80605:
The OpenCV version we are using on C674x is OpenCV 1.x. We are setting up an external repository where we plan to host the code. The libraries on the DSP work well when the File IO or peripheral IO is done on the ARM as the white paper suggests.We are releasing this as part of the Linux SDK kit on C6A8168 and C6A8148 by the end of this month. We also plan to have a build for OMAPL138 and will release this as an independent component that will work with current release of the SDK kit on the platform.
I will post the release and the repository location when this is available.
In reply to Rahul Prabhu:
Do you have a URL for the above mentioned Linux SDK or external repository?
Any updates here?
In reply to Michael Risley:
Due to some changes in priorities, the release of the software has been pushed to 1Q12. If this is an urgent issue ,please send me an email and I can try to provide you early access.
Can you please provide the opencv development branch URL?
I am doing a project on beagleboardxm with opencv.
Please provide some pointers to information on internet.
we want to run OpenCV on the DSP core of an OMAP-L138.
Is there a possibility to get access to the actual version of the software?
What is your email address ?
My company needs an early access to the OpenCV software to run on DSP in DM3730.
Currently, the OpenCV application runs on ARM in DM3730, the output is slow.
In reply to ks tan:
I apologize for not responding on this post. We have de-emphasized the support for OpenCV and are no longer distributing the base port until we have a support strategy in place.The only way to get access to the base port of OpenCV on C6000 devices is to contact your local TI representative.
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