Android codec support questions

by F H » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 16:56:44 GMT


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 As I understand it devices can extend the audio encoders (and other codecs)
available.  The format to be used for recording is specified by an enum
value (AMR).  If I wanted to add an mp3 encoder for audio, are there a
pre-allocated enum for this somewhere. (We can't all go inventing our own).

Also where H263 is specified as a base android codec - is that H263, H263+
or H263++ flavour?

Lastly, am I right in saying that there's no video recording in Android at
the moment (or is it there in cupcake, but not v 1.0?)

Many Thanks.

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