utilization of imx27 hardware codecs

by susanner » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 02:00:02 GMT


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 I want  utilize my hardware codecs (imx27), before I check more information on  
omx ( I am not sure about this is the best way ), is there any patches or 
someone that have already implemented it? 

 
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