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1. About the Video and Image Processing Suite 2. Avalon Streaming Video 3. Clocked Video 4. VIP Run-Time Control 5. Getting Started 6. VIP Connectivity Interfacing 7. Clocked Video Interface IPs 8. 2D FIR II IP Core 9. Mixer II IP Core 10. Clipper II IP Core 11. Color Plane Sequencer II IP Core 12. Color Space Converter II IP Core 13. Chroma Resampler II IP Core 14. Control Synchronizer IP Core 15. Deinterlacer II IP Core 16. Frame Buffer II IP Core 17. Gamma Corrector II IP Core 18. Configurable Guard Bands IP Core 19. Interlacer II IP Core 20. Scaler II IP Core 21. Switch II IP Core 22. Test Pattern Generator II IP Core 23. Trace System IP Core 24. Warp Lite Intel FPGA IP 25. Avalon-ST Video Stream Cleaner IP Core 26. Avalon-ST Video Monitor IP Core 27. VIP IP Core Software Control 28. Security Considerations 29. Video and Image Processing Suite User Guide Archives 30. Document Revision History for the Video and Image Processing Suite User Guide A. Avalon-ST Video Verification IP Suite
7.1. Supported Features for Clocked Video Output II IP 7.2. Control Port 7.3. Clocked Video Input IP Format Detection 7.4. Clocked Video Output IP Video Modes 7.5. Clocked Video Output II Latency Mode 7.6. Generator Lock 7.7. Underflow and Overflow 7.8. Timing Constraints 7.9. Handling Ancillary Packets 7.10. Modules for Clocked Video Input II IP Core 7.11. Clocked Video Input II Signals, Parameters, and Registers 7.12. Clocked Video Output II Signals, Parameters, and Registers
15.1. Deinterlacing Algorithm Options 15.2. Deinterlacing Algorithms 15.3. Run-time Control 15.4. Pass-Through Mode for Progressive Frames 15.5. Cadence Detection (Motion Adaptive Deinterlacing Only) 15.6. Avalon-MM Interface to Memory 15.7. Motion Adaptive Mode Bandwidth Requirements 15.8. Avalon-ST Video Support 15.9. 4K Video Passthrough Support 15.10. Behavior When Unexpected Fields are Received 15.11. Handling of Avalon-ST Video Control Packets 15.12. Deinterlacer II Parameter Settings 15.13. Deinterlacing Control Registers
A.3.1. c_av_st_video_control A.3.2. c_av_st_video_data A.3.3. c_av_st_video_file_io A.3.4. c_av_st_video_item A.3.5. c_av_st_video_source_sink_base A.3.6. c_av_st_video_sink_bfm_’SINK A.3.7. c_av_st_video_source_bfm_’SOURCE A.3.8. c_av_st_video_user_packet A.3.9. c_pixel A.3.10. av_mm_transaction A.3.11. av_mm_master_bfm_`MASTER_NAME A.3.12. av_mm_slave_bfm_`SLAVE_NAME A.3.13. av_mm_control_register A.3.14. av_mm_control_base
8.3. 2D FIR Coefficient Specification
You can either specify the filtering operation coefficients as fixed values that are not run-time editable, or you can opt to enable an Avalon-MM slave interface to edit the values of the coefficients at run time.
The 2D FIR Filter IP core requires a fixed point type to be defined for the coefficients. The user-entered coefficients (shown as white boxes in the parameter editor) are rounded to fit in the chosen coefficient fixed point type (shown as purple boxes in the parameter editor).
- In run-time editable coefficient mode, you must enter the desired coefficient values through an Avalon-MM control slave interface at run time, and the coefficient values may be updated as often as once per frame.
Note: In this mode, the coefficient values will all revert to 0 after every reset, so coefficients must be initialized at least once on start-up.
- To keep the register map as small as possible and to reduce complexity in the hardware, the number of coefficients that are edited at run time is reduced when any of the symmetric modes is enabled.
- If there are T unique coefficient values after symmetry is considered then the register map will contain T addresses into which coefficients should be written, starting at address 7 and finishing at T+ 6.
- Coefficient index 0 (as described in the symmetry section) should be written to address 7 with each successively indexed coefficient written at each following address. The updated coefficient set does not take effect until you issue a write to address 6 - any value may be written to address 6, it is just the action of the write that forces the commit.
- The new coefficient set will then take effect on the next frame after the write to address 6 Note that the coefficient values written to the register map must be in pre-quantized form as the hardware cost to implement quantization on floating point values would be prohibitive.
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