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Does th VCU in zynq mpsoc support user defined resolution?

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Does th VCU in zynq mpsoc support user defined resolution? for example 65536*512,2fps

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Hi @suo220,

 

Yes it could be ok but you would need to take care of how you divide it and how you reconstruct it.


Florent
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Hi @suo220,

 

Your query is difficult to answer. In general, yes the MPSoC VCU supports user defined resolution while it is in the supported bandwidth.

 

But the custom resolution you are mentioning is really custom so I cannot be sure that you won't have any issue. And for sure, it has not be tested.

 

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Florent
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Hi @suo220,

 

In fact your resolution is definitely not supported as per pg252:

VCU.JPG


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thanks @florentw, maybe i can try divide the video into multi stream, is that ok?
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Hi @suo220,

 

Yes it could be ok but you would need to take care of how you divide it and how you reconstruct it.


Florent
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