DM388 IP Camera Reference Design

(ACTIVE) TMDSIPCAM388X36

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Description

Single platform solution provides SVCT/H.264 1080P 60 fps + SVCT/H.264 D1 30 fps + MJPEG 1080P 5 fps, and up to 10 megapixels at reduced frame rate. Supports TI’s 4th Generation Noise Filter and Local tone mapping dual frame merged WDR together with SVCT/H.264 1080P 30 fps.

Features
Processor: DM388 DaVinci™ video processor includes ARM® Cortex™-A8, SVCT/H.264/MJPEG video coprocessor, Noise Filtering Engine and Gigabit EMAC
Sensor: Sony 2MP IMX136 sensor CMOS imager optimized for low-light performance (More Sensor Modules available from Leopard Imaging)
Source Code: Complete Linux-based IP camera application including free source code
Video codecs: Encode up to SVCT or H.264 high profile Level 3.1 1080p at >60fps including MPEG-4 and MJPEG support or higher megapixels at lower frame rate


  




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TMDSIPCAM388X36:
DM388 IP Camera Reference Design

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Technical Documents
More literature (2)
*This is not an TI official document.
Title Date Type
Software Libraries Wiki -- In-depth technical and "how-to" articles, FAQs, etc. 24 Mar 2011 Wiki*
DaVinci Video Processors Wiki -- In-depth technical and "how-to" articles, FAQs, etc. 24 Mar 2011 Wiki*
User guides (1)
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PDF 1250 03 Apr 2013 920
Selection guides (1)
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PDF 3429 28 Oct 2013 4,895
White papers (2)
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PDF 2059 30 May 2012 1,151
PDF 150 28 Aug 2009 594
Design files (2)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 82 20 Nov 2013 348
PDF 144 05 Nov 2013 185
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