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JPEG Encoding Example (posting again)

Mon Apr 15, 2013 7:10 pm

I originally posted ... =40659&e=0 in the C++ forum before I realized this subforum existed.

(Happy to relocate my original thread... or it'd be great if the moderator could do that for me!)

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Re: JPEG Encoding Example (posting again)

Mon Apr 15, 2013 8:17 pm

If it was me, I'd feed it to the input of the H.264 encoder, rather than the image encoder. I believe that if you set the input port characteristics correctly it'll take a stream of images -- it'll happily eat the output of the resize and image_fx components; see omxtx in this forum for details -- and you'll end up with a nice video stream instead of MJPEG. I'd then drop the timecode into the metadata (MPEG TS TDT / TOT given the choice, but that's not going to be to everyone's taste), rather than in-vision.

I'm also underwhelmed at the utility of libilclient. I had more luck ignoring it and using the OpenMAX spec. and interfaces raw. OpenMAX isn't pretty -- my list of complaints with it can probably be found quite easily -- but I have to admit it does mostly work.

Just a couple of thoughts.

Good luck...

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