Silicon IP Cores
Motion JPEG Over IP – HD Video Encoder Subsystem
This Video Over IP Subsystem employs JPEG compression and RTP/UDP/IP encapsulation to enable the rapid development of complete motion JPEG video streaming products. Hardware reference designs and customization services complete the solution.
The subsystem uses CAST’s JPEG-E-S, JPEG2RTP, and UDPIP IP cores. Flexible interfaces allow easy integration of video and network controllers; the cores’ AMBA® AXI4-Lite™ slave interfaces allow a host processor to access all control and status registers. An optional custom logic module allows standalone, processor-free operation and provides access to control and status registers via UDP packets. Video and stream data are transferred among the subsystem’s modules using AXI-Stream, making removing or adding modules straightforward.
The produced stream can be decoded using Motion JPEG-compatible software viewers (e.g. VLC).
A turnkey reference design for Xilinx’s Kintex-7 FPGA KC705 Evaluation Kit is readily available. The reference design integrates the MJPEGOIP-HDE Subsystem with Xilinx’s Ethernet MAC, and uses an HDMI receiver daughter-card for video input.
|FPGA Family / Platform||Video-In||Stream Out||3rd Party Cores||Video Formats|
|Xilinx Kintex-7/KC705||HDMI (AES-FMC-IMAGEON-G card)||1G Ethernet||Xilinx TEMAC controller||720p25/30/50/60 & [email protected]|
Complete subsystem streams 1080p video with lower latency, less power consumption, and fewer silicon resources than hardware video codecs or software compression.
- Motion-JPEG Video Compression
- Ultra-low, sub-frame latency capable
- No frame buffering, eliminates the need for external DRAM
- Quality equivalent to video compression for compression ratios up to 20:1
- RTP encapsulation according to RFC 2435
- Compressed stream decodable by compliant software decoders/viewers such as VLC
- Host interface via AXi4-Lite or processor-free UDP-controlled operation
- AXI4-ST bus for Video & Stream
- Integration with Video-In Controllers (e.g., DVI, HDMI, MIPI-CSI, or SDI)
- Integration with IP-based MAC controllers (e.g., Ethernet or 802.11 WiFi)
- Multiple video channels, different video preprocessing modules, or different compression algorithms