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High End Video Processing Reference Platform

Built on Texas Instruments DM8168 DaVinci™ Digital Media System-on-Chip

Extremely powerful platform for video processing.

  • 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex™ A8
  • 1 GHz, 6000 MFLOPS Floating-Point DSP
  • Two ARM Cortex™ M3 Media Controllers
  • Three High-Definition Video Image Coprocessing Modules, each capable of decoding or encoding 1080@60 H.264 streams
  • High-Definition Video Processing Subsystem, with two deinterlacers, 5 video scalers, 3 graphics layers, 3 video outputs and more
  • 3D Graphics Engine with Direct3D® Mobile, OpenGL® ES 2.0

Highly modularized design

  • System On Module board with TMS320 DM8168 So, necessary memory and power circuits plus a single connector to the outside world.
  • Carrier Board providing SOM board all connectors for easy R&D.
  • Video Input Boards

Perfect for experimenting and R&D.


Small&Efficient DVR Reference Platform

i.MX6 System-on-Chip

Feature rich SoC. Perfect for wearable or covert camera with DVR.

  • 1 GHz ARM Cortex™ A9
  • Video Processing Unit capable of decoding or encoding 1080@30 or 720@60 H.264 stream.
  • Image Processing Subsystem
  • 3D Graphics Processing Unit with Direct3D® Mobile, OpenGL® ES 2.0
  • 2D Graphics Processing Unit
  • 1 Gbps Ethernet
  • Micro SD
  • 1x USB OTG
  • 3x USB Ports
  • 2x CAN
  • GPS



Xilinx FPGA and SoC

Artix®-7 and Zynq®-7000 families provide unmatched performance at affordable price. Xilinx FPGA chipsets enable Visla Systems to design custom SoCs running Embedded Linux with programmable logic acting as a video front-end, back-end and video processing engine, all on the same die. Along with SoC system design and integration, Visla Systems offers a custom IP development service delivering video processing algorithms to our customers. Video IP designs include but are not limited to:

  • 3x Auto: auto exposure, auto focus, auto whitebalance
  • Image enhancement: brightness, contrast, levels, curves
  • Image sensor specific colour remapping and correction
  • Lens distortion: barrel/pincushion correction
  • Dynamic Range extension algorithms
  • De-interlacer
  • Image Scaler
  • Frame rate conversion
  • Color space conversion


Embedded Linux

Linux kernel in Embedded Systems

Visla Systems provides extensive knowledge on Embedded Linux Systems. We have many years of experinence in building and fine tuning Embedded Linux based products for our customers.

Embedded Linux has always been at the heart of the projects Visla Systems has been involved in. From optimising response time, developing Device Drivers and full featured Linux applications to building a multi device video systems. All those projects involve Embedded Linux.



MPEG Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP

Adaptive video streaming was in the focus for some time now, however it is not where it can be. We at Visla Systems believe MPEG-DASH has more to offer and will play a major part in the video streaming market.

Visla Systems is currently working on a Video Cloud solution, which will enable super fast stream switching, perfectly smooth trick modes along with a fantastic user experience.

Meanwhile you can check out our MPEG-DASH test streams here:

MPEG-DASH test streams

And a simple MPEG-DASH JS Player here:

MPEG-DASH player



Open Source Multimedia Framework

Visla Systems support open source and we are happy to be able to contribute to the open source community. GStreamer is a framework like no other, having been around for some time, being able to run on countless devices, it still introduces new technologies.

Visla Systems at GStreamer Conference 2016

Last year, Wojciech Przybyl was presenting an efficient way of implementing super fast and super smooth Trick Modes at GStreamer Conference in Berlin.