I just want to read .264 input to ddr2 ram in omap4430 processor on panda board .
For this purpose ,shall I use .gel file ?
I am working with CCS5 and windows platform.
Did you try using the Memory --> Load option available in CCSv5. When you view the memory tab, you can right click to access the Load option where you can choose the file to load, specify the address, format and length to load the contents into the memory.
After you connect to the board using CCSv5, halt it using the breakpoint at the location you want to load the content and then use the Memory -> Load option to read the data. Obviously, your code should take care of parsing the header accordingly from that DDR location.
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Clarifying, I agree with Venkat's post, it must work, i haven't used that option to copy into memory, I knew the option to read from memory and store it in hex view format and binary. In my previous post I was just pointing to CCS forum.
Thanks a lot, i came to know the options existing to load/save/Fill the memory which i dont know earlier, but what type of input file formats are supported?? because i have H.264(Video Codec) encoded stream in Output.264 format which is a binary file. How can i load this file to the LPDDR2 memory without converting into any other format??
I read in the manual help about GEL files GEL_MemoryLoad(), GEL_MemorySave(), GEL_MemoryFill(). Can i use these functions to load the memory?? Which one will be more effective option???? Using GEL file or direct right click on memory window and load option??
Thanks to Venkat and Manuel.
I got your point regarding using the memory load options in CCSV5.
But in this option, mentioned input format should be in .dat or .out ......
I am using the H.264 encoded stream (Video Codec) which is in .264 format.
So, how should I use this input(.264) for loading into ddr2 memory (as there are two options only that is .dat and .out) ??
how should i convert that .264 into .out or .dat ??
I read some information related to the GEL file.
Other options according to me for loading the input file into the ddr2 ram is (Please comment on this) :
There are some functions like GEL_memory_Load() which is helpful for loading the input into the processor.
Please ,Give your suggestions....................!
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Ok manuel !
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