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(2013-04-05, 04:10)JamesWong Wrote: I work with a oem company that manufacturers devices based on RK3066/3188 among others. For one we would like to become a sponsor to XBMC and secondly we would like to work on the hardware decoding.

Is part of the problem that Rockchip hasn't (or won't) released the source to the their Java player? If they did it, we would need to port the code to be used as a player in XBMC, correct?

I also spoke to Allwinner about this and their reply is that they had release code here: https://github.com/goland/xbmc/tree/mast.../cores/a10


+1

All those droid stick manufacturer and oem should really start looking at very actively support the XBMC team.

99% of the purchase are just to build media centers!
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RE: libstagefright - Experimental hardware video decoding builds - by stepir - 2013-04-05, 13:35
libstagefright - by mo123 - 2013-05-14, 14:29
RE: libstagefright - by Koying - 2013-05-14, 14:30
RE: libstagefright - by Maverick5269 - 2013-05-16, 23:04
RE: libstagefright - by matander - 2013-05-19, 18:26
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