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Availability of i.MX6 Linux VPU API

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Contributor III

Hi,

Is there a i.MX6 Linux VPU API available for download? All I could find is one for i.MX51.

Thanks,

Mickey.

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You can download the document bundle of the BSP. There is a document "i.MX_6Dual6Quad_VPU_API". IMX6_120901_LINUXDOCS_BUNDLE

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You can download the document bundle of the BSP. There is a document "i.MX_6Dual6Quad_VPU_API". IMX6_120901_LINUXDOCS_BUNDLE

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Contributor I

Seems like the document you linked to (and others like it for different cores) do not mention the C header file(s) that my application must #include.  What is it?  And do you have any example/demo code to build with Yocto that uses the VPU API?

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In the latest BSP documentation, there is a PDF file i.MX_VPU_Application_Programming_Interface_Linux_Reference_Manual.pdf. You can take this for reference.

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Contributor I

Is there a different link to use for this document?  Or can anyone attach the bundle to the discussion?  When I try to access the page, I get this:

Error 500--Internal Server Error

From RFC 2068 Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1:

10.5.1 500 Internal Server Error

The server encountered an unexpected condition which prevented it from fulfilling the request.

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Please try the enclosed.

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Contributor I

Got it!  Thanks.

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