I need to know step by step procedure for running demo programs in Blackfin BF561 (Visual DSP) ...
Are you using Windows 7, or Windows Vista perhaps? These Operating Systems restrict access to system directories like the Program Files directory (and the Windows directory itself). As VisualDSP++ and it's examples install to the Program Files directory, if your Windows system is not set to allow full permissions to these directories you would hit this issue.
Please try copying the example to another directory before opening the project, such as your User directory, and see if you can modify/save the file there.
Take a look at the accompanying 'readme.txt' for the example in question, and it should provide guidance on how to set up the board and run the examples.
If you need to know the basics of the IDDE Operation, there is a 'Getting Started' guide available in the Help, under 'Manuals: Software Tool Manuals', and through the link below.
When I have tried to follow the instructions in getting started guide to save a file(dotprod_main.c---after changing itn into int as specified),i have encountered error that the file couldn't be saved.
I have downloaded examples for image analysis from the website specified in the manual.. but no read me file was there for proper execution.... i want to know where to view input and output image....where can i find clear explanation for image and video processing with examples ?
Thanks in advance.
What examples have you downloaded? If you are referring to the Image Processing Toolbox, there is documentation on the various modules offered by the toolbox in the 'Docs' folder.
I have downloaded Image processing function sets and Blackfin image analysis . [
Moreover i m using simulator mode.There is no file providing sufficient information about viewing input , output images[changing settings in Image viewer for simulator mode] and where to change the input image ?
I see you have posted this question in two places. As this thread has already been marked as 'answered', [lease continue the discussion on the other thread, here.
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