[gst-devel] TI OMAP DSP support
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Wed Jan 16 20:22:03 CET 2008
--- Felipe Contreras <felipe.contreras at gmail.com>
> There is different DSP stuff coming from TI. For
> OMAP they provide
> OpenMAX IL wrappers for their DSP codecs, which in
> turn can be used in
> GStreamer with gst-openmax.
In the following article TI says they have a plug-in
gstreamer-devel at lists.sourceforge.net
> They'll have to support OpenMAX IL.
So if I understand what you are saying, it is that
Gstreamer currently does not have any OMAP DSP
accelerated video decode capability. That would have
to be supported by a specific codec and that codec
would have to be available as a plug-in to GStreamer.
That's what I would expect. I couldn't imagine how one
GStreamer plug-in could provide video decompression
acceleration for another plug-in and yet that's what
the above article seems to state.
However, the Nokia N800 and N810 must surely have a
media player that uses the acceleration capability of
the OMAP 2420 chip.
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