clawson at amstrad.com
Fri Mar 3 10:00:29 GMT 2006
I disagree with that. We've got mplayer running on Deltas and streaming
video from an NFS server but the 150MHz OMAP can only just about cope with
5fps 480x320 doing DivX decode. This would be a perfect application for
someone to look at - to port the codec part of mplayer to run as a
coprocessor task on the DSP.
Having said that the switching time on the passive STN panel is something
like 200ms (c.f. 16ms or even 8ms on your typical TFT PC panel!). So the LCD
gets a bit blurry above about 5fps anyway but it could be a SMOOTHER
"blurry" if the codec ran on the C55 ;-)
> -----Original Message-----
> ...uh, given that the DSP is basically just a C55 with a little MMU
> that can only be programmed from the ARM side, what exactly do you
> envisage doing with it? In cellphones it's used for mp3 playback and
> speech coding, but that's probably not so useful on E3.
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