According to the Developer's Guide, the JPEG encouder library requires non-interlaced data, while the cameras I've examined all provide interlaced YUV or RGB. In addition, the VDSP Image Viewer interprets interlaced YUV (and not JPEG?). Last, I don't see any reference in the JPEG spec as to how the separate encoding sections are marked, or is it assumed based on the image dimensions?
Is there a library function to de-interlace the YUV into separate Y, Cr, and Cb sections?
To be clear, this is not refering to interlaced odd/even video images.