Intel® Arria® 10 UHD video reference design demonstrates upscaling, downscaling, and cross-conversion of 4K60 10 bit video processing. The design uses key Video Image Processing Suite features, such as the scaler, frame buffer, and clipper. Video is input and output through integrated HDMI 2.0 intellectual property (IP). The design has three modes; changing scaling mode (pb0), changing output resolution (pb1), and toggling the icon display on/off (pb2).
|Market Applications||Arria 10 UHD VIdeo Reference Design|
|Pro A/V||Video Conferencing, Interactive Displays, A/V Networking, Displays and Projectors, Media Processing, Video Walls, Huddle Rooms|
|Broadcast Studio||Multi-Display Screens, View Finders, Video Format Converters, Cameras, Capture Cards, Video Routers and Switchers, Video Editors|
|Automotive||Navigation Panel, Early video / Off-Load, Gesture Recognitions, Cockpit Infotainment, Center Stack Cluster, eMirrors, Split Displays, Driver Monitor HUD, Cameras|
|Miltary||Cockpit (HUD/HDD), Infotainment, Control Panels, Video Wall, Multi_Display Screens, Drones, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), human machine interface (HMI), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR)|
|Industrial||Machine Vision, Video Surveillance, IOT Video Applications, Single-Chip Camera SoC, HMI|
Reference Design Features
- Intel HMDI v2.0 MegaCore® function and Video and Image Processing Suite IP
- Two-channel up-, down-, and cross-conversion: polyphase scaling, motion adaptive deinterlacing, mixing, and frame-rate conversion for resolutions up to 4k60
- HDMI v2.0 input and output video streams, which supports 1080p or 2160p at 60 fps
- Interchangeable input and output connectivity interface to any HDMI, serial digital interface (SDI), DisplayPort, or Ethernet standards
- Single 10 bit RGB processing pipeline with software configurable up and down scaling
- 12 x 12 tap down-scaler
- 16 x 16 phase, 4 x 4 tap up-scaler
- Triple buffer video frame buffer to provide frame rate conversion from a variable input frame rate to the fixed output rate of 60 fps.
- Mixer with alpha-blending allowing OSD icon overlay.
- Demonstration on Arria 10 GX FPGA Development Kit
- Bitec HDMI 2.0 FMC daughtercard (rev 4.0)
- Standard HDMI 2.0 source (such as a graphics card) and sink (such as a monitor)
- Two HDMI cables supporting the higher rates required for HDMI 2.0 with 4Kp60
Learn how to bring up the design in AN 776: Arria 10 UHD Video Reference Design.