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List of ideas for getting started with TimVideos projects
The HDMI2USB.tv website
Prebuilt firmware for the HDMI2USB devices (such as the Numato Opsis and the Digilent Atlys board) and OS drivers.
Conda build recipes for the toolchains needed by LiteX / MiSoC firmware
An environment for building LiteX based FPGA designs. Makes it easy to get everything you need!
HDMI2USB: Open video capture hardware + firmware
The Numato Opsis board is the first fully open source HDMI2USB board.
A Low Speed I/O board for use with TOFE-8x compatible boards like the Numato Opsis.
Example code for the Numato Opsis board, the first HDMI2USB production board.
Numato Opsis Developer Documentation
A board which adds control interfaces and audio for Milkymist compatibility for use with TOFE-8x hosts like the Numato Opsis.
Tool for switching boards supported by HDMI2USB firmware between multiple different modes (programming, webcam, etc).
The code.timvideos.us website
TimVideos.us Developer website.
HDMI2USB firmware for the Cypress FX2 found on the Digilent Atlys and Numato Opsis boards.
A fully open source SDI core for FPGAs with transceivers developed using LiteX technology
EDID Database Website
Tim Video's - Live Streaming for user groups and other events.
A continuation of the fxload tool from linux-hotplug.
Firmware for programming FPGAs which have a USB enabled PIC.
Small footprint and configurable JPEG encoder and decoder (WIP)
Linux Kernel designed to run on the HDMI2USB-misoc-firmware with or1k arch.
Buildroot, making embedded Linux easy. Note that this is not the official repository, but only a mirror. The official Git repository is at http://git.buildroot.net/buildroot/. Do not open issues or file pull requests here.
A DVswitch replacement basing on GStreamer.
Simple serial to network proxy daemon suitable for use with HDMI2USB devices.
Test patterns for debugging video problems.