Opsis: FPGA-based open video platform

Opsis, Microblaze And Linux – How To Run Linux On Numato Opsis Board

828 views June 30, 2016 Rohit Singh 3

Introduction FPGAs are best known for their flexibility and versatility. Such flexibility allows FPGAs not only to be used for custom logic circuits but also implement a processor on it and even run L[...]

Numato Opsis: Getting Started With HDMI2USB Firmware On Opsis On Linux

438 views June 30, 2016 Rohit Singh 1

Introduction HDMI2USB is a firmware project that can run for Numato Opsis FPGA based open video platform. This firmware enables Opsis to capture or generate HDMI, DVI or DisplayPort (future) video.[...]

Numato Opsis: Getting started with HDMI2USB firmware on Opsis on Windows

469 views June 29, 2016 Rohit Singh 4

Introduction HDMI2USB is a firmware project that can run for Numato Opsis FPGA based open video platform. This firmware enables Opsis to capture or generate HDMI, DVI or DisplayPort (future) video.[...]

Numato Opsis: Installing driver for HDMI2USB on Windows

229 views June 29, 2016 Rohit Singh 2

Introduction Numato Opsis is shipped with HDMI2USB firmware on-board. This makes it just a simple plug-and-play job to capture HDMI streams over USB and route video among various sources to sinks. Bu[...]