I've using dvsdk 5_03_15 on DM 8148 and trying to decode (mjpeg ) data. The OMX component for decoder is properly initialized and goes into execution state, But i get decoding errors "event: 1 nData1: 8000100b nData2: 1421" . when i went through the decoder document Bit 0 error is set i,,e H264VDEC_ERR _NOSLICE.
I verified the data given to mjpeg decoder is proper but still i'm facing this error.
The same piece of code works for H264 decoding. so my doubt is whether the decoder is discarding the data thinking that it is NOT H264 ?. Is there any initialization that needs to be done for MJPEG decoder ? I only see that the OMX component name for decoder is OMX.TI.DUCATI.VIDDEC and i think it is same for all decoders. Then how does the decoder component identify the bit stream ?
Does it identify based on the configurations or is it based on the bit stream that is given to the decoder during run time ??
Since the same piece of code works properly and data is decoded when H264 bit stream is given , i suspect only configurations done during component initialization
Does any one has an idea on this issue ?
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