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 on: November 27, 2020, 03:33:01 PM 
Started by Cyrilou - Last post by BRT Community
Hello,

Thank you for the clarification, let me just double check with the developers the best way to achieve this.

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BRT Community

 2 
 on: November 27, 2020, 02:44:43 PM 
Started by Cyrilou - Last post by Cyrilou
Yes it is ! Maybe the scroll layout is more appropriated for this?

 3 
 on: November 27, 2020, 02:14:25 PM 
Started by Cyrilou - Last post by BRT Community
Hello,

Just to clarify are you trying to scroll a Scroll Layout/Scroll Switch Page Layout without any touch input?

Best Regards,
BRT Community

 4 
 on: November 27, 2020, 09:30:24 AM 
Started by Cyrilou - Last post by Cyrilou
I would like to fire a scroll animation of a panel for example from an event (slot?) since I've no screen touch on my device.
It is the same thing that bypass all touch events from touch panel with other event from external source in fact.
Is it possible? With which components?
Do you have an example?

 5 
 on: November 26, 2020, 11:24:26 AM 
Started by elektor18 - Last post by elektor18
Thanks for reply,

Before I use compression for my files, I would like to load blob to flash to see it works in fast flash mode. For now it is returning only basic mode... Can you advice why it doesn't work?

 6 
 on: November 25, 2020, 10:14:09 PM 
Started by madhusudan.jadhav - Last post by darkjezter
According to the datasheet, and my use of the 816 with resistive panels... 32767 is what REG_TOUCH_RZ is supposed to read when there is no touch.

It falls toward zero in response to increasing touch pressure.

 7 
 on: November 22, 2020, 07:14:52 PM 
Started by tomas.kopriva - Last post by tomas.kopriva
Hello,

thank you for your response and suggestions! The application note from your reply provide clear explanation, how to use and modify the toolchain sources.

best regards
Tomas Kopriva

 8 
 on: November 20, 2020, 09:26:52 PM 
Started by madhusudan.jadhav - Last post by Matrix Orbital
To verify that the hardware is working properly please run this demo

https://github.com/MatrixOrbital/Basic-EVE-Demo

 9 
 on: November 20, 2020, 06:04:39 PM 
Started by gt5659a - Last post by BRT Community
Hello,

Thank you for your questions.
I will look into why the export feature is causing errors when a CMD_PLAYVIDEO command is included.

For your first question, the export code feature can be very useful, however it would help to know what your target MCU is to be able to advise further.

Eve Screen Designer uses our Video converter utility (now incorporated into EVE Asset Builder) to convert the .AVI file into an EVE compatible format. A general use case is to convert the video and store this converted asset in flash/RAM_G, you can then use the CMD_PLAYVIDEO to play the video using either the OPT_MEDIAFIFO or OPT_FLASH option to tell the co-processor where the video data is stored and where to stream it in from.

I will need to contact the development team to query how Eve Screen Designer simulates using a video from flash memory as i do not believe that it currently supports uploading flash images to the development board.

When using flash as the source for your video file you require  '#define ADDR_VIDEO 4096'. This does denote the location in flash where the video file is stored and is used in the subsequent command:
   
      Gpu_CoCmd_FlashSource(phost, ADDR_VIDEO);

Unfortunately when streaming the video from flash you cannot set ADDR_VIDEO to be a filename.

I have attached a set of examples which covers various ways of streaming video with EVE.

Best Regards,
BRT Community

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 on: November 20, 2020, 05:01:03 PM 
Started by tomas.kopriva - Last post by BRT Community
Hello Thomas,

Thanks for your feedback. I can send the details to our R&D team for potential inclusion in future toolchain releases.
If you send us an email then I can keep you updated with their response.

However, I wanted to make you aware of a method you can use to make changes yourself, since the API source code is available to you.

See BRT_TN_002 Modifying FT9xx API Functions.

The finalise routine doesn't really need to be implemented as there's no releasable software resources.
It could potentially disable interrupts or reset some active hardware registers.

Best Regards
BRT Community

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