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Old 07-11-2010, 07:47 AM   #1
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video reception via USB port on TI DM365 board

Hi All,

I just registered to the forum, I hope to find some help here.
So thanks in advance.

I'm using a TI-DM365 EVM and recieving video on it's composite input.
The video is then handled (e.g. compressed) and sent out to the composite out port to a TV.

I need to inject video via the USB port on the board and then continue
with the same process. At a later stage I'll need to do some more with it, but for now this will do.

If anyone has any idea how this can be achieved, maybe done it already (and can share source files), I'd appriciate his/her
input as I'm new to this kind of environment/board/processes as well as to Linux.

Thanks a lot,
Old 07-15-2010, 04:39 PM   #2
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It seems gstreamer can handle multiple input sources. See the last comment here and another here. Hope that helps.


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