Video and Image Processing Suite User Guide

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Date 2/12/2021

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11. Color Plane Sequencer II IP Core

The Color Plane Sequencer II IP core changes how color plane samples are transmitted across the Avalon-ST interface and rearranges the color patterns used to transmit Avalon-ST Video data packets.

A color pattern is a matrix that defines a pattern of color samples repeating over the length of an image.

The Color Plane Sequencer II IP core offers the following features:
  • Splits or duplicates a single Avalon-ST Video stream into two or, conversely, combines two input streams into a single stream.
  • Supports Avalon-ST Video streams with up to 4 pixels transmitted in parallel. A pixel may contain up to 4 color planes transmitted either in parallel or in sequence but not both
  • The input/output color patterns to rearrange the Avalon-ST Video streams between the inputs and outputs may be defined over two pixels, which covers all common use-cases.