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Maybe some tutorial expanation of how the hardware acceleration works in the Rpi?My interest is primarily to transcode it with a different (smaller) resolution.Where in the code would be the wise place to do that.Can that be done in hardware or do I need the libav?Next we look for the port numbers -- these are fixed, but worth probing for -- and disable them. And finally (well for now) What is the exact sequence of events I have to do to setup the tunneling.Each device has an input and an output that is the input 1; this is in the spec somewhere. I didn't bother setting it to the closest value as aspect is one of those things that if it's wrong it's just wrong. I read that you set them up in IDle state, There seems to be a required sequence to put them in enabled state (something to do with the buffers) and then again in the execution state.

We open the video, using libavformat (why would you use anything else? We only use the first video stream found; everything else is ignored and disposed of.

I am not a professional programmer, and the OMX code is pretty hard to understand (I would say somewhat ill documented) so any comment on the code is welcome. Hope you can prioterise your time to this H.264 in less than half real-time and 5W of power?

Yes, please), and as an exercise in learning Open MAX.

I'm happy to co-ordinate this project to try and turn this into a useful transcoding app, but neither I nor the original author have much time available for developing it further at the moment. It would be very helpful if you could give a descriptive explanation of what is happening.

Something like: 1st the input is demuxed via libavformat ... 2nd we decode a frame, put it in a buffer (what buffer, what size, why etc) 3rd encode the frame from the buffer (or maybe a bunch of frames I am only guessing here) 4th loop from 2nd until the last frame Is it a frame-by-frame transcoding loop?

We open the video, using libavformat (why would you use anything else? We only use the first video stream found; everything else is ignored and disposed of.I am not a professional programmer, and the OMX code is pretty hard to understand (I would say somewhat ill documented) so any comment on the code is welcome. Hope you can prioterise your time to this H.264 in less than half real-time and 5W of power?Yes, please), and as an exercise in learning Open MAX.I'm happy to co-ordinate this project to try and turn this into a useful transcoding app, but neither I nor the original author have much time available for developing it further at the moment. It would be very helpful if you could give a descriptive explanation of what is happening.Something like: 1st the input is demuxed via libavformat ... 2nd we decode a frame, put it in a buffer (what buffer, what size, why etc) 3rd encode the frame from the buffer (or maybe a bunch of frames I am only guessing here) 4th loop from 2nd until the last frame Is it a frame-by-frame transcoding loop?To implement failover protection, a first server device or first content distribution service creates a stream, or multiple alternate bandwidth streams and generates playlist file(s).