Hi I have used adv212 for encoding PAL video and found @8Mbps video quality is good.
Now I wanted to know that at what rate good quality of video will come for 720P60 and 1080i30?
First of all ADV212 is not recommended for new designs as per product page http://www.analog.com/en/products/audio-video/video-compression/adv212.html#product-overview
So support on this part is very limited.
Please refer the technical documentation for this part at http://www.analog.com/en/products/landing-pages/001/adv212-technical-documentation.html
I believe the following threads are helpful to refer and hope it would answer your question.
Do the ADI is having alternate part for new design.
We are checking with part specialist on this one
You'd need two ADV212 to do 720p or 1080i. We don't have any recommended bit rates-- it depends entirely on the observer's definition of "good" as well as the source content.
There is no alternative or newer part. ADV212 was the last JPEG2000 codec we designed.
ADI has marked ADV212 that not recommended for new designs. Does it mean that they are discontinuing the part?
Or launching new part as I have seen ADV214 in some slides like that
J S Hyanki
I mean broadcast quality video.
My bandwidth is 10Mbps. Is it possible to encode 720P60 and 1080i60 in this rate with broadcast quality video?
There are no plans to obsolete the part any time soon-- there just is very little support available for new designs beyond what is already posted. There are no plans for a follow-up part right now.
It's certainly possible to encode at that rate. Quality will depend on the source video and what the viewers idea of "broadcast quality video" is. As I said before, there is no common objective standard for video quality.
I have below queries on ADV212.
1. For CIF@ 50 field/Sec video what will be the VFORMAT settings in Encoder/Decoder?
2. In programming guide there was a recomended clock settings for different video format. What will be MCLK clock and PLL setting for 720P60 format?
Could you please create new thread for new questions since that would be helpful for tracking?
Thanks very much for understanding.
For 1080i60 or 720p60 which mode should I use the part?
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