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Chip Selection Help: In Blackfin BF70X Series Which One Is Suitable For Automotive DVR Product?

Question asked by bright on Feb 10, 2018
Latest reply on Mar 5, 2018 by Jithul_Janardhanan

We're Looking For Suitable Part For DVR Products Design. The Processor Required To Support Following Functions:

Encoder For H.264

Format MOV / MP4

Support Encoding Rate 1920*1080P 60/Frame Per Sencond (FPS)

Video Output Support Both Of Digital / Analog:

Digital: LVDS / Parallel RGB 24 Bit / BT.656 / MIPI CS2

Analog: CVBS / ARGB

Require SPI Interface To Work With External G-Sensor

Require CAN BUS Controller To Work With CAN Bus Transceiver

Require UART / I2C Support To Work With On-Board GPS

Required SDCARD Class 10 Support For 16G

Require Another Interface For eMMC Flash To Build System

Require FreeRTOS / Linux BSP Support

Require CAN Stack Support

If Here Is No CAN Stack Qualified With CAN Conformance Test

Stack Shall Support Physical Driver To Top Level Layer From ISO CAN OSI Model:

Transport / Network / UDS

We Will Use Another MCU For Network Management 

 

Input Video Interface For Digital Require 2 Channels Support Above For Fron Video Camera And Rear View Camera.

CMOS: SONY IMX290 (May Need Another One ISP)

RAW DATA To Blackfin Then Encoded Into MP4.

The Performance Shall Support Encding (Including Audio From Microphone) / Annotate Location Metadata By GPS Dataflow.

G-Sensor For Emergent Marking To Prevent The Video Evidence From Erasing.

When G Force Value Beyond Appointed Value Automatically Rip The Video And Mark It Limited-To-Erase. 

 

Here Is Some Software Support For Blackfin Family But I'm Not Sure The Kit Can Support BF70X

MPEG-4 SP/ASP Encoder, Blackfin | Analog Devices 

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