OMAP-L138_C6748_1_00_00_11 contains the description of each installer package. It is recommended to read it before downloading and installing the software
The OMAP-L138_setuplinux_1_00_00_11.bin also installs other software i.e. codec engine, framework components etc. other than the PSP. After installation, the PSP package DaVinci-PSP-SDK-03.20.xx.xx will be inside the OMAP-L138_1_00_00_11 folder. The latest standalone LSP package can also be downloaded from https://software-dl.ti.com/dsps/dsps_public_sw/psp/LinuxPSP/DaVinci_03_20/index.html for the users who only want to install PSP.
OMAP-L138 users can choose to develop DSP code using either a Linux host or a Windows PC. For this reason, both Linux and Windows versions of BIOS, XDC tools, and code generation tools are provided for OMAP-L138 users. Users should install the appropriate version of the tools on the code development host.
USB0 cable usage:
To use USB0 on EVM board as host, please use cable/adapter with Micro-A plug to standard A receptacle (Digikey p/n H11576-ND is an example.)
To use USB0 on EVM board as device, please use cable/adapter with Micro-B plug to standard A plug (Digikey p/n H11504-ND is an example.)
When installing OMAP-L138_setupwin32_1_00_00_11.exe and C6748_setupwin32_1_00_00_11.exe, it is recommended to install them to the default installation directory.
The DSP/BIOS PSP installer (BIOSPSP_01_30_01.exe) is packaged inside OMAP-L138_setupwin32_1_00_00_11.exe/ C6748_setupwin32_1_00_00_11.exe for OMAP-L138/C6748 users.
The NSP installer (ndk2.0_omapl138_nsp_01_00_00_02.exe) requires NDK V2.01.00 package to be installed first. This is available here. More details are available in the documentation within the NSP package.
This OMAP-L138 release is beta3 and includes both CCSv3.3 and CCSv4.0. As this SDK transitions from Beta to GA, support for CCSv3.3 will be removed from the SDK. The Beta release will continue to support CCSv3.3 and CCSv4.0. The GA release will support only CCSv4.0.
The following multimedia codecs are packaged as a codec server running on the DSP core of the OMAPL1x processor.
Video: H.264 encoder and decoder, MPEG4 encoder and decoder, MPEG2 decoder
Imaging: JPEG encoder and decoder
Speech: G.711 encoder and decoder
Audio: AAC decoder
All the codecs are XDM-compliant and can be invoked by the ARM/Linux application via the Codec Engine interface.
Code Sourcery Tool Chains
Customers can download two different editions of the Code Sourcery tool chain to work with the OMAP-L1 SDK.
A 30-day evaluation copy of the Sourcery G++ Professional Edition is available at: http://www.codesourcery.com/sgpp/referral?kit=omap_l The Professional Edition includes 30 days of free support and provides a full Eclipse GUI-based IDE. Customers who wish to continue using this product after 30 days must purchase a subscription from Code Sourcery. Users must first register to download the evaluation.
Following table lists the link corresponding to each component release where any later releases might be made available. However, they are not validated with this package. It is highly recommended to use the releases supplied with this package. For any clarification, contact TI support.