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On 05/01/17 19:45, Tom via list wrote: > On 05/01/17 18:36, M. J. Everitt via list wrote: >> Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the Broadcom chipset didn't >> have any high-bandwidth IO silicon in it (they're only set-top-box >> SoC's iirc) .. otherwise they would probably have used them on the Pi >> from day 1 ... >> > The CSi-2 interface (camera) can do 4Gbps so there is some io > available. Whether this could be co-opted for some other form of io I > dont know. > Tom te tom te tom > I would imagine its connected internally to a video-demuxing-decoding 'block' and nothing you could usefully use... having worked with TI SoCs for exactly this purpose .. DM368 was my target, fyi! :) When you get to 30fps 1080p HD video, you need something which crunches big bit-streams with low latency, for real-time encoding performance ...
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