Welcome to the Xilinx Design and Debug Techniques blog, a new weekly blog where our Applications Engineers share their experiences and lessons learned designing and debugging with Xilinx.
This first entry is a continuation of the Video Series from the Video board.
The Video Series will be published here from now on, along with entries from other Xilinx Engineers on their areas of expertise.
You can see all previous entries in the Video series here.
In the previous Video Series entry (Number 21), we created a design which sends a pattern (using the LogiCORE™ IP Video Test Pattern Generator (TPG) core) to the on-board HDMI of a Zynq®-7000 SoC ZC702 Evaluation Kit.
However, for this application, the resolution was fixed to 800x600p in the hardware design (there was no option to change it in the application).
In this Video Series we will see how to modify the hardware design and the application to support multiple video resolutions.
Tutorial – Supporting multiple HDMI resolutions (TX) on a ZC702 evaluation board
Note: This tutorial is intended to be used only with Vivado Design Suite 2018.1, and only with a ZC702 evaluation board.