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Is there any way to encode H264 on board? (hardware-accelerated, A33 is capable of)

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asked Feb 19, 2017 in Programmer Questions by artem (120 points)

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In principle yes, the chip manufacturer (Allwinner) provides a framework called CedarX, but we have not experimented yet with it.

The kernel support seems to be there, and also we have enabled some CedarX user package in buildroot, so those are getting compiled and installed to microSD, but some experimentation is necessary on how this actually works.

The linux-sunxi community may be a good place to start, for example


answered Feb 28, 2017 by JeVois (46,580 points)