AXI4-Stream Video Interface - 1.2 English

HDMI 2.1 Transmitter Subsystem Product Guide (PG350)

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The following table shows the signals for the AXI4-Stream video interface, which supports 4 and 8 pixels per clock with 8 bits, 10 bits, 12 bits, and 16 bits per component for RGB, YUV444, and YUV420 color spaces. The color depth in YUV422 color space is always 12-bits per pixel. This interface is an AXI4-Stream slave interface and runs at the s_axis_video_aclk clock rate. The data width is user-configurable in the Vivado IDE by setting Max Bits Per Component (BPC).

For more information on the video AXI4-Stream interface and video data format, refer to the AXI4-Stream Video IP and System Design Guide (UG934).

Table 1. AXI4-Stream Video Interface
Name I/O Width Description
s_axis_video_aclk I 1 AXI4-Stream clock
s_axis_video_aresetn I 1 Reset (Active-Low)
VIDEO_IN_tdata I (int((3*BPC*PPC+7)/8))*8 Data
VIDEO_IN_tlast I 1 End of line
VIDEO_IN_tready O 1 Ready
VIDEO_IN_tuser I 1 Start of frame
VIDEO_IN_tvalid I 1 Valid
  1. PPC = 4 or 8 as only 4 or 8 pixels per component is supported by the HDMI 2.1 TX Subsystem.