Part Number: DLP6500FLQ
Tool/software: TI C/C++ Compiler
I need help in knowing how to input fies onto the software provided. Any information is appreciated.
Could you clarify what is meant by "input files? Do you mean batch files or pattern files?
Do you mean the GUI?
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In reply to Fizix:
Yes, I'm having trouble finding a way to input any kind of files intot he GUI.
Could you help me with that?
In reply to Keerthana Reddy:
There are two places to load "files":
The red box in the image below shows how to save a Pattern Design and how to load a Pattern Design once saved:
For an example of Pattern On-the-Fly file that you can load see this directory on your GUI installation:
C:\Texas Instruments-DLP\DLPC900REF-SW-4.0.1\DLPC900REF-GUI\LCR6500_Images (or wherever your GUI is installed)
Find the *.txt files there - a good example is add_400.txt, which loads 400 1-bit images.
The red box shows the Save and Load functions. The magenta box enables recording batch files to be Saved and later Loaded.
For this, record a few simple commands and then save the file. You can edit the file and then load it.
Unfortunately both files are *.txt files. If you attempt to load the wrong type it will give an error message.
A great deal of this is covered in the DLP LightCrafter 6500 and 9000 EVM User's Guide (Rev. D).
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