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==== Downloading ====
==== Downloading ====
==== Building ====
==== Building ====

Revision as of 07:35, 3 December 2019

Key Features

Processor core

  • Dual-Core Cortex A7@1.2GHz
  • Neon acceleration, integrated FPU

Video Encoding/Decoding Performance

  • H.264 BP/MP/HP, H.265 Main Profile encoding
  • I/P/Dual P frame H.264/H.265 encoding
  • MJPEG/JPEG baseline encoding
  • Real-time multi-stream H.264/H.265 encoding capability:
    • - 3840x2160@30fps+720p@30fps encoding
    • - 3840x2160@30fps decoding
  • Maximum 8192x8192 resolution for JPEG encoding/decoding
  • CBR, VBR modes
  • Encoding of eight ROIs

Graphics Processing

  • Supports Lens distortion correction, fisheye and wide angle correction
  • Supports 90°、180°、270° picture rotation

Professional Image Effects

  • Maximum performance is 4224x3168@30fps
  • Adjustable 3A functions (AE, AWB and AF)
  • Supports 2F WDR and Local Tone mapping,supporting highlight suppression and backlight compensation
  • Supports bad pixel correction, Lens shading correction
  • Supports multi-level 3D denoising, remove motion smear and color noise
  • Supports color adjustment, color enhancement
  • Supports image dynamic contrast enhance and sharpness enhance
  • Supports 4 channels of scaling output from 1/8x to 1x
  • OSD overlaying of eight regions before encoding
  • Supports image mirroring and flipping

Various interfaces

  • Supports MIPI-CSI2\HiSPi\Sub-LVDS
  • Supports BT1120 input/output
  • Supports Line-in/Line-out
  • Supports Dual-channel differential MIC inputs
  • Supports WiFi 802.11ac / BT4.2 (option)

Software Support

  • Linux-4.9

Target Applications

  • SDV
  • Smart IPC
  • Smart Camera

Or you can use it to build:

  • A computer
  • A streaming server

Accessories Step-by-Step Guides

Power Supply

HDMI Cable

Camera module


Flash module

WiFi and Bluetooth module

Hardware Specification

Board Features

Video Out

  • HDMI 1.4 Type A, up to 4K@30FPS
  • MIPI-DSI, 4 lanes, up to 1080P
  • LCD interface

Video In

  • 1 x MIPI-CSI2 - Camera interface, 4 lanes per channel


  • 3.5mm Line in / out
  • 1 x mic
  • 1 x dmic


  • 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet
  • WiFi with Bluetooth (optional)


  • MicroSD Card bootable, support SDHC and SDXC, storage up to 256GB

Expansion Ports

  • Board to Board connector - Flash module interface
  • Wi-Fi/BT Module Header - SDIO 3.0 and UART, pitch 2.0mm
  • 2x10 pins "Power Supply" GPIO Header: vbat, aldo1, bldo1, aldo3
  • 4 pins GPIO Header: TWI1
  • 2x7 pins "I2S" GPIO Header
  • 3 pins GPIO Header: PH4, PH10, GND
  • 3 pins GPIO Header: 1xADC
  • 4 pins GPIO Header: S-TWI
  • VBAT: Battery connector
  • Storage: Bootable MicroSD card
  • Video out: HDMI 1.4, 4 lanes MIPI-DSI
  • Video in: 1 x DVP
  • Audio: 3.5mm Line in / out, 1 x mic
  • Network: 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet
  • USB: 1 x Micro USB, 2 x USB 2.0

Board Information





  • Linux kernel 4.9 (official version)
  • U-Boot 2014.07
  • ARM GCC based cross toolchain
  • Integrated build system

Main Components


Download and Build

System requirements

Listed below are the recommended requirements for downloading and building the SDK:

  • CPU: x86_64 or better family processor
  • Memory: 8GB or higher
  • Disk: 10GB free hard disk space
  • OS: Ubuntu 14.04 (tested) or higher
  • Network: internet connection

Linux host setup

Ubuntu 14.04

HINT: later version should also work.

Install prerequisites

$ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install git git-core u-boot-tools qemu qemu-user-static debootstrap lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 libc6:i386 libstdc++6:i386 gawk
  • dpkg --add-architecture i386: support 32bit architecture
  • apt-get update: retrieve new lists of packages
  • git git-core: manage source code
  • u-boot-tools: build kernel image
  • qemu qemu-user-static: emulator for arm on host CPU
  • debootstrap: for installing a Debian base system
  • lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 libc6:i386 libstdc++6:i386: for running 32bit tools
  • gawk: GNU Awk

Sudo without password

$ sudo visudo

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