29 September 2012

FPV New cl-osd display layout

First, I'd like to give credit to cl-osd for this display creation. The new modified OSD layout shown below is based on my own preferences
This is NTSC, imperial units, voltage 1, 2, and google coordinates always on configuration. This is a HobbyKing G-OSD II. I am using 900MHZ 200mW Tx/Rx & 1/3-inch CCD Camera NTSC.

Here are the eep and hex files that I share with you, and this is the entire File.

CL-OSD



12 comments :

  1. Cool!!! Great tips. Couple of questions from me;
    How did you get move the gps up to the top? Which code lines did you change?
    Would you mind publishing your cl-osd.hex and .eep? (or am I just being lazy :-)) ??!! ) I have flashed with the stock cl-osd but find the gps in the middle a touch distracting.
    Geo

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    1. Sorry for late reply. I don't remember exact, but it should be somewhere in the display.
      I finally know how to share files in this blog. Just click the links above, you should be able to save them.

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  2. Hey any chance you can share your layout.h, I'd like to adapt your changes to my E-OSD

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    1. You can get the eep and hex files above. Do you mean you want the layout.h file too?

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    2. Yeah i can't use your hex file as I've got the e osd so I need the layout.h to have a look at your changes and compile my own hex. So yeah if you wouldn't mind sharing it, it would be much appreciated :)

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    3. Uploaded the entire file .....check above again. Please send photo of your display here once you finish for helping drive more web traffic. Thanks.

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  3. Best load I've seen for NTSC, thanks!
    Looking at your config.h file, I see the cell count defined as 3, but you use 2 judging from the video. I'm using 3, but it is reading 13V for around 11.5 for me.
    Were your FLASH and EEP files created from the source file you have.
    Many thanks

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    1. The source file I have came from cl-osd. Here is the link http://code.google.com/p/cl-osd/

      I am not sure about the cell count. It has been awhile for me to touch those program. 3 could mean three digits.

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  4. hi,

    thanks for files.

    is possible to place lat. and long. in the lower right corner?

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    1. how do I modify your cl-OSD file and create new .hex / .eep?

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    2. You will need to go to this site for details: https://code.google.com/p/cl-osd/

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