For Zynq hardware, could I use the AXI4-Stream Video Interface with a source resolution lower than 1080p?

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Yuval Levental
Yuval Levental on 5 Feb 2021
Answered: Nitin Kapgate on 10 Feb 2021
This refers to the following documentation page: Getting Started with AXI4-Stream Video Interface in Zynq Workflow
It says that a 1080p source resolution is required for the AXI4-Stream Video Interface using Zynq. However, I notice that the computer vision toolbox package lets the user select a 720p source resolution: https://www.mathworks.com/help/supportpkg/xilinxzynqbasedvision/examples/histogram-equalization-with-zynq-based-hardware.html
I would like to use a lower resolution, since the project I am working on only requires a 320x240p video source. Additionally, I notice that it is hard to create a custom reference board with the FMC-HDMI-CAM models.

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Nitin Kapgate
Nitin Kapgate on 10 Feb 2021
You can start with this example about deploying a simple Sobel edge detection algorithm (which uses a 240*320p video resolution) on Zynq.
After that you can use HDL Workflow advisor to Generate HDL IP core with AXI4-Stream Video Interface that can help to deploy this solution on the Zynq board.

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