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Med-Amine
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re: All eyes on Zynq SoC for smarter vision
Med-Amine   5/8/2014 9:52:14 AM
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hello,

 

am tring to folow this tutorial 

 

my application, is a little different from your, i try to run openCv or MPEG, using the PL and the PS in the same time 

 

have a nice day

Med-Amine
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re: All eyes on Zynq SoC for smarter vision
Med-Amine   5/7/2014 5:52:13 PM
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ok, thank you ;) 

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re: All eyes on Zynq SoC for smarter vision
Duane Benson   5/7/2014 5:37:06 PM
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Mad-Amine - It's been a while since I wrote about this, but I'll find it and see if I can post some useful information on the subject.

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re: All eyes on Zynq SoC for smarter vision
Med-Amine   5/7/2014 11:09:44 AM
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hello Duane,

 

i read your post, and thank you fot sharing your experience

 

me too, i work on ZedBoard ( Xillinux ), i try to run MJPEG on this board

i try to follow this tutorila http://blog.miguelgrinberg.com/post/stream-video-from-the-raspberry-pi-camera-to-web-browsers-even-on-ios-and-android#commentform

but , i meet some problem in installation of this lib

 

are you follow a tutorial or other dementration, please can you help me by some suggestion 

 

thank you

 

 

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re: All eyes on Zynq SoC for smarter vision
Duane Benson   5/16/2013 4:49:04 PM
I recently got OpenCV up and running on my Zynq-7000 based Zedboard. The performance of the OpenCV samples I ran was very good even without using the FPGA fabric. I didn't get my OpenCv from Xilinx, but rather downloaded and built it from the generic ARM Linux source. I really wanted to see how compatible the Zynq is to the rest of the ARM CPU/SOC world. The Linux distribution I'm using (Xillinux) is made for the Zynq, but pretty much everything else I used was generic. I built CMAKE, Mjpg-Streamer and OpenCV from non-targeted source files. The Mjpg-Streamer source I used was made for the Raspberry Pi. The others were generic ARM Ubuntu sources. I also downloaded and used a large number of generic source libraries - all of that without touching a single line of code.



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