Live PhotoFrame Tutorial: Step 5

Step 5.1 - Enable Graphics Library

In the MPLAB® Harmony Configurator (MHC) Options tab, expand the Harmony Framework Configuration > Graphics Library > Harmony Graphics Library selection tree. Check the box next to Use Graphics Library?.


Step 5.2 - Configure the Graphics Controller

In the MHC Options tab, expand the Harmony Framework Configuration > Drivers > Graphic Controllers selection tree.

As you have enabled the Graphics Library, the MHC enables the Graphics Controller automatically. In addition, as you have selected the Board Support Package (BSP) for this project, the BSP takes care that the appropriate Graphics Controller for the hardware is selected. As we selected BSP related to the MEBII board, the MHC selects the Low-Cost Controllerless (LCC) as the Graphics Controller. Look into the below graphics for the Graphics Controller configuration.

  • Either Timer2, Timer4, Timer6, or Timer8 can be used as a trigger source for Direct Memory Access (DMA) operation. As Timer2 is used by the Camera module, change the DMA Trigger Source to DMA_TRIGGER_TIMER_4.
  • Change the DMA Transfer Length to Small Buffer.

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