I would like to implement a 3D binocular stereoscopy application.Can I use ADV7626 to split one image frame into 2 separate image frames?
Can I use ADV7626 to split one image frame into 2 separate image frames?
No, It's not possible. In splitter mode,the video content on one input path to be simultaneously routed to both HDMI Tx Outputs. Only one datapath (HDMI RX1 and CP Lite A) will be available at a time.
Hi,Thanks for your reply. Is there any possible solution to implement Image splitting (one frame split into two separate frames)?
ADI devices cannot split a 3D stream into 2 separate 2D streams. Normally this would be done in a post processing device like an FPGA. For example a 3D 720p60 stream would be split into 2 x 2D 720p30 streams.
I don't want to split a "3D" image to two separate "2D"
Instead I would like to split a 2D image to two seperate 2D images. I will project them to appear as a 3D image (binocular spectroscopy)
Is there any possible solution by ADI?
3D streams have 2 images packed in one frame, either side-by-side, top-bottom or interlaced. Reference HDMI 1.4b spec. What you want to do is split the separate images in one 3D frame into 2 separate streams then display these split streams onto 2 different displays.
Two images in one frame is called a 3D frame. The ADV7626 can output two identical streams, it cannot extract the packed images and output each on a different output channel. No ADI devices can unpack a 3D stream into separate 2D streams.
I'm not sure what you mean by 'split a 2D image'. The ADV7626 can generate 2 streams but they would be identical. To get a true stereoscopic display the separated images must be different.