PV omx_test_app missing in Froyo source code

by praji » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 01:08:24 GMT


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 Hi Guys,

In the froyo source code, the PV omx_test_app & omx_test_app_enc
folders are missing.
path - external/opencore/codecs_V2/omx/
But i can see these folders in the android GIT.

I want to run the PV test application for testing MP4 files.
For that, i compiled the froyo code after adding these folders. The
build was fine.

But when i tried running the test app exe for NORMAL_SEQ_TEST, i was
getting segmentation fault.

syntax -> test_omx_client /data/test.mp4 -o /data/output.yuv -c mpeg4 -
t 11 11

Have any tried running PV omx_test_app on froyo?

Expecting valuable inputs from you guys.

Thanks,
Prajeesh

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PV omx_test_app missing in Froyo source code

by praji » Thu, 22 Jul 2010 11:48:10 GMT


 Hi Guys,

In the Froyo release code, the PV omx_test_app & omx_test_app_enc
folders are missing.
path - external/opencore/codecs_V2/omx/

But these folders are available in the android GIT.

I wanted to run the decoder test application for MP4.

Since the test app is not available in the source package, i
downloaded the same from GIT and compiled. The build was fine.

But when i run the test application for NORMAL_SEQ_TEST, it was giving
segmentation fault.

syntax -> test_omx_client /data/test.mp4 -o /data/output.yuv -c mpeg4 -
t 11 11

Have anyone tried running the PV omx_test_app in froyo?

Please give your valuable inputs.

Thanks,
Prajeesh

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PV omx_test_app missing in Froyo source code

by praji » Mon, 26 Jul 2010 21:31:30 GMT


 Hi Guys,

I got the problem.
Its a mistake from my side.
I was giving an MP4 container format stream(test.mp4) for the PV OMX
mpeg4 component.

We need to give elementary streams(e.g. test.m4v) for the component
(M4V).

Sorry for the confusions.

Thanks,
Prajeesh




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