- Aug 4, 2006
But all of this won't happen until someone with the time and knowledge to work on it steps up. Yeah, this is some non trival stuff that is significantly more difficult than getting the crosscompiler for some project to work and possibly replacing the default button mapping. Don't forget that those people with the really good knowledge of stuff tend to already have a really full plate.The list of codecs is impressive.In the past, i was using the BeagleBoard in some projects, and we made some tests with the codec packages from TI. I just crawl again in the TI website (which is more like a digital maze of death) and i get those pages : http://www.ti.com/ls...p_overview.page http://www.ti.com/tool/omap35xcodecs Someone already tried it ?
@Exophase: I know what you mean, but I have some faith that the prospect of it being "impossible" will spur on the developers to produce something that proves or disproves the usefulness of the DSP in the Pandora. So I don't necessarily expect pcsx-rearmed or Mupen with DSP support, but perhaps a proof of concept command-line mp3 player. Alternatively they may prove it won't work until a later kernel or without some kernel hacking, but at least the argument will be settled.