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Re: [Gnash-dev] Mips port...

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Mips port...
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 2009 21:51:20 +0200

Is the Amiga based on a CISC-arch these days?
Recall that the MIPS32/64 is still a stripped down MIPS III (more or less) ISA RISC.


On 8 Oct 2009, at 20:57, Andrea Palmatè wrote:

Il giorno 08/ott/09, alle ore 18:39, Markus Gothe ha scritto:

Indeed 400MHz is slow, which render do you use? I guess ffmpeg could be optimized using the DSP ASE IS.

400 mhz seems slow, but with MPlayer and SDL video mode (software) FLV played on my Amiga 533MHZ are quite acceptable. So however Gnash add a substantial hoveread that put the CPU at 100%. I have also this problem (and after 5 months don't find the solution) also on a 933mhz G4
Is your MIPS Big Endian or Little Endian?



On 8 Oct 2009, at 16:20, Rob Savoye wrote:

Ramesh Chandra wrote:

Is this the usual behaviour of gnash in mips platform or is there any problem in my cross-compilation, is my target very slow for the desired
flash file? any optimization is needed?

400Mhz is too slow to use software rendering for streaming video. I've done several MIPS & Longsoon ports (recompiling mostly), and they all worked fine with software decoding, but had a higher clock rate. Simple
stuff should work fine at 400Mhz though.

        - rob -

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