The Arm Mali-C32 Image Signal Processor (ISP) delivers outstanding image quality and state-of-the-art image signal processing in real-time. The Mali-C32 is a complete solution that includes hardware IP, software drivers, 3A libraries including auto-exposure, auto-white balance and auto-focus, as well as calibration and tuning tools.
Explore the following tools and training available when developing with the Mali-C32 ISP.
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Arm Flexible Access gives you quick and easy access to this IP, relevant tools and models, and valuable support. You can evaluate and design solutions before committing to production, and only pay when you are ready to manufacture.
Arm ISP Control and Calibration tools
Speed up initial evaluation of the system, image quality and software performance with the Arm ISP reference platform, pre-built and pre-tuned with the Mali-C32 ISP.
Speed up development time with:
- Initial introduction of the Mali-C32
- Image quality evaluation before silicon is available
- Learn how to use the ISP tools provided
The Arm ISP reference platform is delivered with one fully tuned image sensor that is fully supported by FPGA logic and software components. The reference platform works out-of-the-box with minimum interaction from a user side and provides extended capabilities for monitoring ISP state by using the ISP tools.
Arm is working with many sensor vendors, so if you would like a different image sensor to be supplied with your reference platform, contact your Arm partner manager or contact one of our technical experts.
Arm ISP Tuning Package
The Arm ISP tuning package is free to download via a simple end user license agreement.
Get support with Arm Training courses and design reviews. You can also open a support case or manage existing cases.
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