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I will be attempting to
I will be attempting to for the Raspberry Pi .
== Project Plan ==
== Project Plan ==
Revision as of 17:51, 29 November 2012
- 1 Raspberry Pi Video Decoding
- 1.1 Project Description
- 1.2 Project Leader(s)
- 1.3 Project Contributor(s)
- 1.4 Project Details
- 1.5 Project Plan
- 1.6 Communication
- 1.7 Project News
Raspberry Pi Video Decoding
The Raspberry Pi has GPU video decoding capabilities. This project involves exposing those capabilities to Fedora video applications, by packaging new components or modifying existing packages, and getting those changes incorporated into either Fedora or the Raspberry Pi Fedora Remix repositories. Expected outcome: It will be possible to play video on the Raspberry Pi using GPU acceleration. Maximum number of students: 1 (possibly more if multiple packages are affected). Resources: Chris Tyler (ctyler)
Wiki Page: user: Omarr Khattab
I will be attempting to build and release omxplayer for the Raspberry Pi running Fedora Remix.
Tracking mechanism : github
Key contacts: Chris Tyler
Goals for each release and plans for reaching those goals:
Obtain the latest GIT revision of VLC media player and patch it for Raspberry Pi Obtain the latest GIT revision of omxp player and patch it for the Raspberry Pi
- Get the latest GIT revision
- Make changes and commit them
- Produce a patch according to the GIT page
0.2 - Revise and complete patch and submit to the
VLC-devel Fedora committee
- Revise patch for accuracy, consistence, functionality
- Reference the
VLCFedora check list and ensure all conditions are met
- Send the patch to
0.3 - Follow the patch and revise for approval
- Verify patch was received
- Modify patch if necessarily and resubmit.
Upsteam Wiki and Web
Source Code Control
Omarr Khattab Blog
For Current updates and news on this project, please see the blog listed above.