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PostPosted: Wed Jan 01, 2014 11:19 pm 

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Just had a question about capture codecs and frame rates. What plans are in the works for capture codecs and bitrates I.e h264, mpeg2, lossless (ut, lagirth etc) and what frame rates will it support I.e i managed to get my hands on a avermedia extreme u3 capture card but it dosent save files in standard broadcast NTSC/PAL frame rates it caps in 24FPS, 30FPS or 60FPS and not 23.976, 29.97 or 59.94.


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PostPosted: Sun May 11, 2014 2:21 am 
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On the linux side, you should not have much problem in adding anything you need.
Such embedded device needs to rely on hardware encoding/decoding to perf like desktop computer.

For the Exynos5250 it is: (please note that this is samsung specs, they are not exactly right by experience!)
Multi-format Video Hardware Codec: 1080p 60fps (capable of decoding and encoding MPEG-4/H.263/H.264 and decoding only MPEG-2/VC1/VP8

For Tegra K1:
The integrated video engine of Tegra K1 is advertised as 2K and 4K-capable for hardware video encoding/decoding. According to Nvidia, the SoC most likely requires processing assistance from additional CPU cores for 4K content. 4K can be decoded at 30 fps and encoded at 24 fps. 1080p videos on the other hand can be decoded with up to 120 fps and encoded with 60 fps


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