Opsis: FPGA-based open video platform

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

    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 Linux (or other operating system) on the processor. The possibilities are only limited by imagination, and also by FPGA speed grade and […]

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

    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. The captured video can be transferred to host PC through the USB interface available. With HDMI2USB firmware programmed, Opsis shows up on the host PC as a standard webcam, so […]

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

    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. The captured video can be transferred to host PC through the USB interface available. With HDMI2USB firmware programmed, Opsis shows up on the host PC as a standard webcam, so […]

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  • Numato Opsis: Installing driver for HDMI2USB on Windows

    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. But before the board can be accessed on Windows, the appropriate driver needs to be installed. This article will guide you through the process of […]

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