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Re: Video playback
By the way, gouchi noticed that NVIDIA implementation of EGL/GLES2.0 should
be working in order nvgstplayer displays video.
What I can see is still not satisfactory for a purposely play-HD-videos SoC.
For example a AVI, 624 x 352, 25.00 fps, video: XviD, drops between 5 to 10
frames out of 25 per second.
Any clue on tweaking or transcoding to the best handled encoding for Tegra2?
2012/2/7 Nicolás Wolovick <nwolovick@xxxxxxxxx>
> I've managed to make nvgstplayer work by copying all the files
> in /usr/lib/firmware that the nvidia-tegra_12~beta1-0ubuntu1_armel.deb
> proprietary driver put, to the /lib/firmware directory.
> I've also decompressed the Harmony codecs into /lib/firmware.
> The kernel I'm using is 3.0.18 from marvin24s-kernel branch
> It is the first time I've got working:
> nvgstplayer -i http://download.blender.org/peach/trailer/trailer_480p.mov
> Please feel free to ask for more details.
> Best, Nico
> On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 10:59 AM, Roberto Fietta <maxroby@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Il 07/02/2012 14:41, Henning Heinold ha scritto:
>> On Mon, Feb 06, 2012 at 10:50:15AM +0100, Roberto Fietta wrote:
>>>> Hi all, I've tested Oneiric for a while, I love it on my Toshiba!
>>>> Now I bring it back to Android because I didn't find a way to play
>>>> smoothly some divx and xvid SD films, a must have feature for me.
>>>> Anyone can play smoothly SD videos with Ubuntu on the AC100?
>>> Did you try gst-omx plugin and the nvidia sample player from here?
>>> Bye Henning
>> I'll give it a try... I need ti install Oneiric, Nvidia drivers, codec
>> package and sample player? Is this the right procedure?
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