Now i’m back to the point i’m trying to get help on. I tried your cat commands I’m aware that these commands end with an error once all of the framebuffer has been written with ‘black’, ‘white’ or random data. Here are 3 images. I messed with the hardware and i lost some display capabilities. When i’m playing a video OR with X mounted as retro so it has some output other than just a black screen it has a lot of artifacts, such has instability, top of the image sometimes appears in the bottom, wrong colours, etc.
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The thing that is messing with me is that I installed the imx-test recipe in my image and ran the autorun-vpu. Different timings from the ones I have in my image but it works just fine. No space left on device. Do I need another approach?
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Before i deploy X Console prompt it looks good. Thank you for your help so far, I’m linix there Joao. Note that this is about the framebuffer resolution, i.
I want to take a composite video input pal and capture 8 pixels every 5 frames. As of Fusion, you are right, it’s the only one with inverted clock.
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The understanding i can take of this is that for some reason gstreamer overflows the display’s pixels. Every time i try to run a video through gstreamer all kinds of artifacts appear. I forgot to add some details, i changed the PWM backlight to 10kHz from the default kHz, it didnt change much.
If you don’t think I skipped a crucial test, do you know a set of gstreamer pipeline tests I could do?
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No space left on device EDIT: The basic idea is to run the sample-rate clock to a Counter-Timer external input pin. I messed with the adapter board and lost the display, so this might be only a hardware problem. Hi, From the date you posted this question, I really don’t know if it is still an issue for you, but anyway, take a look what I achieved with the LPC Vanilla X and this cat command give the exact same output – pitch black 2 – progressively gets white, but i get some black columns in the left side corner of the screen and a thin one on the right near the right endi.
Now the questions I present are: I guess i only added them locally.
Wire the 9 Decoder data pins to 9 input pins for the DMA’ed port. Desktop, X and even chromium perform just fine As long as I mwx9526 use X as retro The autodetect pipeline it constructs it makes the artifacts as seen in the video.
If the DMA cannot complete within 7 cpu-clocks, the gating scheme could still be used to reduce a high-speed capture buffer to a few more TTL gates, counter chips, and a small Max9256. As soon as I use X, it starts flickering. Please, contact us at support mbed. I found a workaround, liunx makes me satisfied. The linux logo at bootup looks nice too.