Running the Example Design - 1.2 English

HDMI 2.1 Transmitter Subsystem v1.2 Product Guide (PG350)

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  1. Open the Vivado Design Suite and create a new project.
  2. In the pop-up window, press Next until you get to the page to select the AMD part or board for the project.

  3. Select the target board, then click Next > Finish (the ZCU102, ZCU106, VCK190, VCU118, and VEK280 are supported).
  4. A Vivado Project opens. In Flow Navigator, PROJECT MANAGER, click IP Catalog to open it. Then double-click HDMI 2.1 Transmitter Subsystem in Video Connectivity.

  5. A Customize IP window opens. Configure the HDMI 2.1 TX Subsystem, then select OK.
    1. Refer to the Design Flow Steps chapter for a detailed description on Customizing and Generating the Subsystem.
    2. You can rename the IP component name, which is used as example design project name.
    Important: To enable 8kp48, 8kp50, 8kp60/10kp60 YUV420, select Number of pixels per clock as 8. Otherwise, it is recommended that you select Number of pixels per clock as 4, which is sufficient to support up to 8k/10kp30.
    Figure 1. Top Level Tab

    Note: Due to a board design limitation, there is no available clock source on the VCU118 board for the NI-DRU reference clock. Therefore, if you are targeting the VCU118 board, the NI-DRU is disabled by default.