2.2.1. TDATA Pixel Packing 2.2.2. RGB Pixel Packing 2.2.3. YCbCr 444 Pixel Packing 2.2.4. YCbCr 422 Pixel Packing 2.2.5. YCbCr 420 Pixel Packing 2.2.6. Four-Channel Video Pixel Packing 2.2.7. Packing with Multiple Pixels in Parallel 2.2.8. Multiple Pixels in Parallel and Empty Pixels 2.2.9. YCbCr 422 Video with Multiple Pixels in Parallel 2.2.10. Interlaced Fields
2.1.2. End-of-Field Packets
The end-of-field packet indicates the end of a field of video in the full variant of the Intel FPGA streaming video protocol.
Figure 11. End-of-Field Packet
End-of-field packets have a packet identifier of 1.
Bit 5 is the Broken flag. The broken bit may be set to indicate that something is wrong with the frame.
Bits 6-15 are unused.
A 16 bit field count is stored in the end-of-field packet.
The count quantity in the image information packet is field count modulo 128.
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