Video and Image Processing Suite User Guide

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Date 2/12/2021

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3.1. Video Formats

The Clocked Video IP cores create and accept clocked video formats.

The IP cores create and accept the following formats:

  • Video with synchronization information embedded in the data (in BT656 or BT1120 format)
  • Video with separate synchronization (H sync, V sync) signals

The BT656 and BT1120 formats use time reference signal (TRS) codes in the video data to mark the places where synchronization information is inserted in the data.

Figure 12. Time Reference Signal FormatThe TRS codes are made up of values that are not present in the video portion of the data, and they take the format shown in the figure below.