how to use of built-in hardware video codecs

by RisingSun » Sat, 01 Aug 2009 01:16:39 GMT


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 I suppose that Android uses the OPENCORE from packet video to do all
the stuffs related to video encoding and decoding. I want to use the
built in capabilities of my processor which provides Standard level
encoding/decoding of multiple content formats including MPEG4, H.263,
H.264. How i will use the inbuilt hardware based encoding decoding
instead of Android's software based opencore ?

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how to use of built-in hardware video codecs

by spark » Sun, 02 Aug 2009 22:01:50 GMT


 implement  openmax   using  hardware  accelerate




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