In the page http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/OpenMax_Development_Guide there is a broken link to file describing how to choose the appropriate framework OMX vs Android vs GST.
Can You please provide the document or fix the link.
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Thanks for pointing to a great wiki page. I'm a bit confused. The documents are from last September. What PSP supported OMX-VFCC then?
What PSP do I need to make all this stuff work with EZSDK 5.03?
Herb KutschaWhat PSP do I need to make all this stuff work with EZSDK 5.03?
The EZSDK itself comes with all components integrated, and that includes the PSP. The EZSDK Software Developers Guide has a simplified diagram introducing the different components.
The EZSDK comes with two PSPs. I believe that more current versions of both are now available. Only one keeps the M3s from taking control of the I2C bus, allowing configuration of a receiver beyond a TVP7002 receiving component input. As I understand it, this is for input support using V4L2. Using the 5.03 SDK, with VFCC, am I still limited to the TVP7002, or can we do some driver development and use something else? Are the answers to such questions at khronos.org?
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