Well, it's pretty simple conceptually, but the actual feat is the challenge. I'll explain what little I know, hoping that someoone else will be able and willing to elaborate.

Pick one of the examples whose inputs and outputs seem to be like what you want. Find the deepest place in the source file tree where you can still run 'make'. Copy that directory somewhere else and get it to build successfully. Start modifying the code to your meet your needs. If I recall correctly, each example is designed to be transplanted like this and is intended by TI to be used as a base for new, similar projects.

My 2c,
Jon Kunkee

On Jun 18, 2012 3:24 PM, "Gutembert" <nganpet2007@gmail.com> wrote:
Thank you zoso1234,

Yes, I only want to use the dsp for certain types of processes like image processing, large matrix multiplications because it is more efficient than the arm.
You said: "Use the examples given in dmai, codec engine etc to make your own"; this is exactly what I want to achieve for my Image Filtering and Compression using Gumstix DSP!

I would like to have a clarity on how to "Use the examples given in dmai, codec engine etc to make your own"; any tip will greatly be appreciated.

Kind regards,
Gutembert.

On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 10:36 PM, zoso1234 [via Gumstix] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Samples for C6accel, dmai, dsplink run on both gpp/dsp not just on one. >From my understanding is that you only want to use the dsp for certain types of processes like image processing, large matrix multiplications because it is more efficient than the arm.  Those encode/decode that you ran were done with from arm application accessing and running the dsp. If you do: "CE_DEBUG=2" ./application_name you will be able to see everything that goes on behind the scenes for codec engine applications like dmai, c6accel. Use the examples given in dmai, codec engine etc to make your own and use texas instruments e2e forums for more info. The example code is your best bet to write your own applications.

good luck


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