Weekly report 8

Posted By: Team XBMC on Jul 18, 2010 in Site News

Status

  • Understood how OMAP Overlay works and how it should be done, thanks to måns awesome application omapfbplay.
  • Implemented a VideoRenderer in XBMC which transforms from yuv420p to yuv422p via swscale. I might use the neon optimized from Måns at a later stage but for now I isolate the unknowns to only be OMAP Overlay.
  • Refit the overlay code from omapfbplay to fit into the video renderer I created, it starts the overlay but locks up somewhere.

Plan

  • Fix the remaining issues and actually get video displayed using OMAP Overlay
  • Make the overlay scale and position correctly in the GUI and with respect of the window underneath.
  • Try to get SGX to render to the topmost frame buffer to get the OSD over the overlay. Not sure how this should be done code wise though, I guess open a new EGL Context or Surface is needed?
  • Get rid of the unneeded memcpy’s (might be out of scope since its not problematic for 480p)

Risks

  • Won’t get SGX to render over the overlay.
  • While dvdplayer takes little resources it does do some unnecessary memcpy’s which might take away the possibility of 720p, and getting rid of those memcpy’s will require refactoring a large portion of the rendering of video.
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