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

From: Ramesh Chandra
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Mips port...
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2009 11:43:22 +0530

On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 7:50 PM, Rob Savoye <address@hidden> 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 -

   My mips platform is little endian. What clock rate you are exactly mentioning? because we have a 700Mhz Mips cpu of the same series, yet to try gnash in it.  Do you think
 it should be fine? And everyone here was talking about the video decoding, infact i have not cross-compiled gstreamers ffmpeg. My package includes, gnash, gstreamer, gstreamer plugin base, boost libraries and anti-grain geometry. Nothing else more. And i am not trying to play any flash based flv video on my target. Ofcourse i could see a good performance on .swf files, which is having only text animations and not much images(fading etc.)
   And also, the same target has been ported with macromedia flash running windows Ce. The same .swf files runs fine up there with out any performance degradation.(not videos, only simple animated .swf files)..This proves that the target can perform well on the same .swf files with 400 Mhz too...  Some thing needs to be optimized?  Please correct me if i am wrong.

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