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2014/03/26

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troy_s
Bertl: Wondering if there is a way to expand the culture here to include a woman or two.
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troy_s
Bertl: Seems like a sausage factory, and as you know, I'm quite a believer in culture. I cannot help but wonder what happens of there isn't an effort to try and adjust trajectory slightly?
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troy_s
(It won't happen without an active effort most certainly.)
06:04
Bertl
go ahead, make an effort ... I barely know any movie/camera folks ...
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Bertl
off to bed now ... have a good one everyone!
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se6astian
good day
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Bertl
morning folks!
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se6astian
our sample footage youtube video has almost crossed the 11,000 views mark
11:29
Bertl
great!
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danieel
lol, chineese are hard to beat on price: http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Blackmagic-Production-Camera-4K-Brand-New-Ready-to-Ship/1716441985.html
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Bertl
would be interesting to see what you get for that price :)
12:58
danieel
that UK guy below in the list is my contact, all he got is a blocked credit card and an inquiry on his identity :)
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se6astian
sounds like a good deal
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se6astian
only 200$ for blocking your credit card :)
13:57
danieel
he did purchase lot of other cheap stuff in short time :)
13:57
danieel
so it is suspicious
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danieel
btw - are the any real benefit of using a zynq? it seems like more expensive than discrete fpga+arm (which is also more versatile)
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Bertl
yes, the direct bus between PS and PL
14:01
danieel
arms do have parallel buses, pcie, or camera interfaces if asymetric load is necessary
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Bertl
feel free to investigate a setup, we are open to all kind of variations including soft cores
14:04
danieel
I have the DM385 selected - it has a hardware 1080p60 encoder (other chips got it p30 max) for streaming/proxies
14:06
Bertl
okay, and how do you connect it with 12+Gbit/s to the FPGA?
14:07
danieel
for what purpose? the soft core can do at most 2000MIPS
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danieel
the purpose of the arm is just to manage the device - Gbe, sd card, wifi, proxy to sd/wifi, whatever.. but not to touch the full raw video itself
14:08
Bertl
which we do ATM :)
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danieel
for stills you have to add
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Bertl
not saying that it has to be that way, but it has certain advantages ... anyway, make a design and explain it properly
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Bertl
then we can talk ...
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danieel
it has pcie, so I would put the highspeed stuff on a pcie switch, which can handle 40G+
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danieel
highspeed devices can talk to each other directly by dma, no need to go through root complex
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danieel
one of the advantages here is, that the cpu can be a pcie device as well - so putting 2 slaves on a bus could do 1080p120 / 4k30, four twice of that.. it is easily scalable (thanks to pcie backplane)
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Bertl
as I said, design with devices/numbers/price not just handwaving
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se6astian
time to leave
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se6astian
see you
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