Opus Studio is a complete Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that provides a visual framework to accelerate development of embedded applications. This fully integrated environment includes project management, code editing, compiling, profiling and debugging tools.
Opus Studio is a state-of-the-art development environment targeting Octasic's Opus-based DSPs. Built upon Microsoft’s Visual Studio Shell™, this robust framework offers software developers the familiar look and feel of the Microsoft Visual Studio platform.
- Robust: Built upon Microsoft Visual Studio Shell™ used by millions of developers around the world
- Full-featured: Project manager, optimizing C compiler, linker, debugger, profiler
- Built for multi-core: Parallel debug capabilities for inter-core visualization
- Efficient: Powerful C compiler and integrated simulator
- Extensible: Install 3rd party plug-ins to speed development
Develop High Performance Applications Quickly
Opus Studio seamlessly integrates a powerful C compiler. ISO C99 compliant, the compiler delivers industry-leading performance on standard DSP benchmarks. This accelerates development by leaving a larger portion of the software in C-language.
For performance-critical routines, the Opus Studio profiler provides a clear view of the instruction scheduling, and system bottlenecks to quickly and predictably optimize code in assembly language.
Innovative features such as Opus QuickLine enable programmers to easily meld in-line assembly code with regular C expressions in their code. This provides better control over the code generated by the compiler, without the overhead associated with assembly language programming.
Octasic provides a robust real-time operating system (RTOS) kernel. This royalty-free kernel allows developers to focus on their value-added application, not the nuts-and-bolts required to build a system.
Debugging and Profiling
Opus Studio supports a variety of debugging targets. For rapid prototyping, developers can use Octasic’s Evaluation Boards. Communication is done via Ethernet eliminating the need for expensive 3rd party connectors, cables and pods.
When debugging intricate code requires careful simulation, programmers can toggle between the physical target and the integrated simulator. This high performance simulator runs near real-time, making it painless to debug in a multi-core environment.
Tap the Microsoft Visual Studio Ecosystem by finding free or commercial plug-ins for Opus Studio. Visit www.visualstudiogallery.com to download and install plug-ins for source control, test scripting, documentation automation and many other time-saving functions.
Opus Studio enables developers to build applications for the world’s most power efficient DSPs. Octasic also offers frameworks for building applications such as Media Gateways for Voice and Video over IP and Wireless Basestations.
Opus Studio runs on Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Command-line modes are supported on Linux.
Minimum hardware: 1.6 GHz CPU, 384 MB RAM, 1024x768 display
Recommended hardware: 2.2 GHz or higher CPU, 1024 MB or more RAM, 1280x1024 display
On Windows Vista: 2.4 GHz CPU, 768 MB RAM
|OCTDSP-IDE-EVAL||Opus Studio Evaluation version. Emulation only, no hardware target support. Hardware not included.||Information Request|
|OCTDSP-IDE-FULL||Opus Studio Full Version. Hardware Target support. Hardware not included.||Information Request|