Zoran supra 180 platform with VDR

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    Original von CANKEY
    We are working on new zoran supra XD180 platform to run VDR will be 100% open sourced any idea to add and make it much functional please coments ?


    Any place to view your work or contribute to it? (youtube as development platform isn't really your plan?)
    At first glance I can't find much more than this. Seems interesting, but:
    Any more information than the marketing gossip?
    e.g. based on which architecture (MIPS,ARM...), cross-comliling toolchain available for that,
    simply flashable or has it some locking mechanism (if so: is it already broken)
    device drivers (e.g. concerning the hardware codecs) available as open source or binary only
    ...


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  • Quote

    Original von CANKEY
    We are working on new zoran supra XD180 platform to run VDR will be 100% open sourced any idea to add and make it much functional please coments ?


    How to have idea what to add if nobody knows what is already in?


    Gerald


    HP Proliant MicroServer Gen8, Xeon E3-1230, 12 GB RAM, 3xWD red 2TB im RAID 5, 2xSundtek MediaTV Home DVB-C/T, L4M TWIN-C/T, Ubuntu Server 14.04.1, Plex Media Server
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  • Steht doch alles in dem anderen Fred, zumindest zum processor?! ;D


    http://vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=99768

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    The post was edited 1 time, last by TheChief ().

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    Original von TheChief
    Steht doch alles in dem anderen Fred, zumindest zum processor?! ;D


    http://vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=99768


    *Kopfkratz*
    Wo siehst du da eine Antwort auf eine meiner Fragen?
    Oder meintest du gda? Das könnte man ja auch auf die geplante (oder schon umgesetzte?) Softwareausstattung beziehen (samba,nfs, ftpd, webinterface, plugins, ...)


    Ich seh da nicht gerade "alles" beantwortet.


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  • Quote

    Original von TheChief
    Steht doch alles in dem anderen Fred, zumindest zum processor?! ;D


    http://vdr-portal.de/board/thread.php?threadid=99768


    Du denkst er fragt, was man dem Prozessor noch hinzufügen könnte? Was sollte das denn wohl sein? Ich dachte die Hardware ist fertig.


    Gerald


    HP Proliant MicroServer Gen8, Xeon E3-1230, 12 GB RAM, 3xWD red 2TB im RAID 5, 2xSundtek MediaTV Home DVB-C/T, L4M TWIN-C/T, Ubuntu Server 14.04.1, Plex Media Server
    Samsung UE55H6470

  • Ach keine Ahnung, mir war nur der andere Post aufgefallen und ich halte das ganze nur für Spam. Nur angemeldet, um das zu posten. ich lass mich aber gern eines besseren belehren.

    - Client1: Thermaltake DH 102 mit 7" TouchTFT * Debian Stretch/vdr-2.4.0/graphtft/MainMenuHooks-Patch * Zotac H55-ITX WiFi * Core i3 540 * 4GB RAM ** Zotac GT630 * 1 TB System HDD * 4 GB RAM * Harmony 900 * satip-Plugin

    - Client2: Alfawise H96 Pro Plus * KODI
    - Server: Intel Pentium G3220 * DH87RL * 16GB RAM * 4x4TB 3.5" WD RED + 1x500GB 2.5" * satip-Plugin
    - SAT>IP: Inverto iLNB

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    Original von TheChief
    Ach keine Ahnung, mir war nur der andere Post aufgefallen und ich halte das ganze nur für Spam. Nur angemeldet, um das zu posten. ich lass mich aber gern eines besseren belehren.

    Da hab ich deinen smiley wohl falsch gedeutet. Ich teile deinen Verdacht übrigens; ob er zutrifft, werden wir ja ganz einfach daran sehen, ob noch eine Antwort kommt, oder nicht.


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  • The box runs on a dual-mips cpu, network and usb support is availabe,
    toolchain is available, development is done through usb and nfs at this moment.


    vdr runs on the dvb/osd, currently we are working on directfb,
    anyone interested in helping us, please contact us.


    regards,


    Richard

  • DirectFB is used for video acceleration.


    In the development, Linux standart libs and modules are used to make it usable by any Linux application without changes.



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    Originally posted by steffen_b
    What is taking care of video decoding acceleration ? Is it available to be used from Linux ?

  • Mal ehrlich, muss man sich jetzt für jeden Post neu anmelden?


    You dont have to register everytime you want to post.

    - Client1: Thermaltake DH 102 mit 7" TouchTFT * Debian Stretch/vdr-2.4.0/graphtft/MainMenuHooks-Patch * Zotac H55-ITX WiFi * Core i3 540 * 4GB RAM ** Zotac GT630 * 1 TB System HDD * 4 GB RAM * Harmony 900 * satip-Plugin

    - Client2: Alfawise H96 Pro Plus * KODI
    - Server: Intel Pentium G3220 * DH87RL * 16GB RAM * 4x4TB 3.5" WD RED + 1x500GB 2.5" * satip-Plugin
    - SAT>IP: Inverto iLNB

  • Quote

    Originally posted by smallishzulu
    DirectFB is used for video acceleration.


    In the development, Linux standart libs and modules are used to make it usable by any Linux application without changes.


    MIPS CPU w/o acceleration hardware which is capable of 1080p x264, mpeg4 etc ? I tend to not believe that. If i'm wrong, then wow ;) :lol2

  • Ich glaub er meint das hier.
    Da gibt's auch ein paar Bilder zum Eval-Board und so.
    Mal schauen was noch kommt.

    Gigabyte GA-M720-US3, AMD X3 400e, GT220 Pailt, 4GB RAM, Tevii S470, debian squeeze und alles selber gebaut.
    Dreambox

  • Zoran S180 chipset is very powerful.
    Chipset has RT (realtime proccess) Side and App Side.


    In specifications you can see it support playback of MKV, DivX, FLV with help of libs.


    So, the team is developing it supporting DVB standarts. Imagine like this:
    DVB STB with S2/S/C/T Support based on Linux DVB Api
    So it can support many current apps like CCCam, Newcamd.


    DirectFB driver for MPlayer or Xine for MKV, DivX, FLV playback
    QT support for apps like youtube shoutcast net browser clients.


    No such powerful product now.

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    Originally posted by Hanno
    Your responses are very brief and it is difficult to understand what you are trying to achieve. Could you please write a bit more about your project? It sounds interesting, for sure!

  • Hi,


    thanks for your response.


    This is indeed very nice and it'd be exciting to have a set-top-box product that allows installing a standard vdr. I have been looking for this for quite some time.


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    Original von smallishzulu
    So, the team is developing it supporting DVB standarts.


    However, who is "the team", how do we contact the team, is there a web page about the project and a public repository for the team's code?


    Forgive me, but your messages in this forum are still a bit confusing and I have no idea how advanced users (some of us can code) could contribute to your project.