The MPEG-2 Video Decoder Module is a small PCB with an FPGA configured with SOC's MPEG-2 Decoder IP Core, along with all necessary hardware components for MPEG-2 video or video/audio decoding. It is a complete unit that receives MPEG-2 compressed video stream(s), and outputs decompressed video data.
For performance and features, see MPEG-2 Decoder IP Core
|DC-VA-MPEG2-8b-30-1080-M||Video+Audio||8 bits per pixel||up to 30fps|
|DC-V-MPEG2-8b-30-1080-M||Video Only||8 bits per pixel||up to 30fps|
|DC-VA-MPEG2-10b-30-1080-M||Video+Audio||Up to 10 bits per pixel||up to 30fps|
|DC-V-MPEG2-10b-30-1080-M||Video Only||Up to 10 bits per pixel||up to 30fps|
|DC-VA-MPEG2-8b-60-1080-M||Video+Audio||8 bits per pixel||up to 60fps|
|DC-V-MPEG2-8b-60-1080-M||Video Only||8 bits per pixel||up to 60fps|
|DC-VA-MPEG2-10b-60-1080-M||Video+Audio||Up to 10 bits per pixel||up to 60fps|
|DC-V-MPEG2-10b-60-1080-M||Video Only||Up to 10 bits per pixel||up to 60fps|
The MPEG-2 Video Decoder Modules can be evaluated on SOC's Evaluation Kits. Evaluation kits include a carrier-board with all the ports and extensions needed for most video-based applications. The module and carrier board firmware are reconfigurable, and we can license board files if needed.
Begin the evaluation process by any of these methods: