[gst-devel] TI OMAP DSP support
the_ether2 at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Jan 16 22:40:13 CET 2008
> That would be a bit naive. The amr11 that is on the
> TI OMAP2420 has vector
> operations and you can only get good performance if
> you can make use of them.
ffmpeg and xvid are available as plug-ins for
GStreamer and presumably work on Maemo 2008. What I
meant is that they presumably use ARM instructions.
The point is whether they ought to be modified to make
use of the DSP part of OMAP2420 to improve
> > Can you tell me what performance to expect? I have
> > previously been told that even the N810 can only
> > support VGA at 20 fps even though TI says their
> > 2420 can support 30fps.
> TI says many things. They need to sell their chips,
Again, the point is the difference in performance with
/ without the DSP part of OMAP 2420. TI says that if
you use the DSP part you can get 30fps. If the current
implementations of media players do not use the DSP
part and only ARM, what is the performance?
I would be surprised if there is no software that uses
such a powerful processing element for media playback.
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