Developed by Cirrus Logic's Pixel Semiconductor subsidiary; unveiled in 1994.
Sources archived HERE and HERE.
- Pin-compatible with the CL-PX2070 (alt)
- Complete frame buffer control
- Integrated ISA, Micro Channel, and host bus interface
- Supports up to three simultaneous video data streams
- Supports both YUV and RGB formats
- Video stream format conversion
- Color space conversion
- 0.5 - 8 MB of frame buffer memory
- Programmable, triple-channel LUT RAM for gamma correction
- Prescaling, zoom, and windowing
- Interfaces to CODECs, decoders, and encoders
- Graphic and bit-mapped stream support
- Programmable sync slave or master
- Convenient interface to the CL-PX4072 decoder
The CL-PX1070 digital video processor (DVP) provides a powerful,
cost-effective bridge between computer graphics and video images. The CL-PX1070
is ideal for realtime digital video processing, video teleconferencing,
video-playback acceleration, and video capture.
It's a low-cost version of the
CL-PX2070. The main differences
between the two chips are:
- CL-PX1070 supports one video display window; CL-PX2070 supports four
- CL-PX1070 supports three object buffers; CL-PX2070 supports eight
The CL-PX1070 DVP incorporates Input Processor Units (IPU) in the chip's
Video Processor Unit (VPU); as well as a Video Bus Unit (VBU) consisting of a
Video Interface Unit (VIU) and Video Synchronization Unit (VSU); Bus Interface
Unit (BIU); and Reference Frame Unit (RFU).