New GStreamer plug-in from Texas Instruments provides a uniform open source multimedia framework for OMAP35x processors and DaVinci™ technology
Embedded Linux developers can reuse software library code to save time and get multimedia products to market faster
HOUSTON.- Minimizing the complexity of software integration with a uniform open source multimedia framework, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today announced a new GStreamer plug-in for developers designing with OMAP35x processors and digital media processors based on DaVinciTM technology. With the new GStreamer plug-in, embedded Linux developers can leverage an open source library to incorporate audio and video playback, audio and video synchronization and recording capabilities into their designs.
The plug-in helps optimize systems to utilize the hardware accelerators or the digital signal processor (DSP) for processing-intensive tasks, such as video and audio decoding/encoding. This frees the ARM® to handle other tasks so developers can deliver a feature-rich multimedia experience with improved Web browsing and video streaming through products such as media players, video editors and capture encoders. Additionally, the plug-in builds on top of TI’s digital video software development kits (DVSDK) to leverage TI’s codec engine. The same plug-in code can be re-used across TI’s OMAP35x, TMS320DM355, TMS320DM644x and TMS320DM6467 processors. For more information, click here.
GStreamer plug-in key features and benefits:
* Uniform framework allows for code re-use across TI’s processors based on DaVinci technology (DM644x, DM355 and DM6467) and OMAP35x devices
* An extensible, industry-standard and open source framework allows developers to easily incorporate their own modules or interface with hundreds of community plug-ins (muxers, demuxers, codecs and filters)
* Pipeline engine allows developers to create custom workflows and omits need to write a new application for each use-case
* Plug-in leverages TI’s eXpressDSPTM Digital Media (xDM)-based elements for plug-and-play codecs, which eliminates need for custom code per codec
* An open source portal enables collaborative development with the community
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