Now there is no Jetson platforms supporting this. Could you please share your usecase? YCbCr 4:2:0 10 bit is the format used in HDR10. Please share the reason you require YCbCr 4:4:4 10 bit in your usecase. Furthermore, if you need to render video frames in YCbCr 4:4:4 10 bit, not sure if any TV on market supports it. More detail would help us understand the usecase.
we plan to build a led display controller, you could refer http://www.megapixelvr.com/helios/
the specification is similar to us.
input: 4K@60 444, 10 bit.
we are looking for the Soc, that helps us to decode 4k@60 444, 10bit streaming.
And we will processing the streaming and output to led display(it's wall mount for advertising).
Do you know any other Nvidia's platform that supported this function?
thanks, we will check desktop GPU platform.
another question is, on Jetson platform. Does anyone support "Deinterlacing" ? you could refer the following link
We support de-interlacing in video decoding. When the h264 stream is interlaced encoded, it is automatically de-interlaced into progressive frames after decoding. Other de-interlacing cases are not supported.