Difference between revisions of "Theora Hardware"

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As soon as possible, there will be more specific information about the implementation, but to begin, there is two presentations that the author of the SOC proposal presented in his University:
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As soon as possible, there will be more specific information about the implementation, but to begin, there are two presentations that the author of the SOC proposal presented in his University:
  
 
* [http://atlas.lsc.ic.unicamp.br/%7Eportavales/wp-content/uploads/2006/05/hard_theora.pdf Theora Hardware Decoding]
 
* [http://atlas.lsc.ic.unicamp.br/%7Eportavales/wp-content/uploads/2006/05/hard_theora.pdf Theora Hardware Decoding]
 
* [http://atlas.lsc.ic.unicamp.br/%7Eportavales/wp-content/uploads/2006/05/video_enc_basic.pdf Video Encoding: Basic Principles]
 
* [http://atlas.lsc.ic.unicamp.br/%7Eportavales/wp-content/uploads/2006/05/video_enc_basic.pdf Video Encoding: Basic Principles]

Revision as of 16:02, 28 May 2006

Currently Theora decoding is not provided by any hardware. The Elphel 333 can encode a theora stream though.


But, there is an accepted proposal to Google Summer Of Code 2006 that the goal is to do a Hardware Implementation of the Theora Decoding Algorithm.

The intent is to get a FPGA embeded system decoding Theora Streams in real-time.

The complete text of the project proposed is here:


As soon as possible, there will be more specific information about the implementation, but to begin, there are two presentations that the author of the SOC proposal presented in his University: