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Guess what!?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by llornkcor, Feb 11, 2003.

  1. llornkcor

    llornkcor Active Member

    Guess who is officially licensed to port realnetworks realaudio/video codecs to linux on ARM processors?


    That's correct! Me!
    Wootya!!

    ljp
     
  2. p0rk

    p0rk Guest

    Didn't they make it open source or something like that? That's pretty cool that you're going to be working on an arm port of it... I've got an iPaq with an arm processor running linux ;) ... Are you going to start an open source project page or anything?
     
  3. llornkcor

    llornkcor Active Member

    They did not open source the rv codecs. Helix is opensource client/server. But the real codecs are not opensourced. :)
     
  4. p0rk

    p0rk Guest

    Ahhh... I see... So are you actually going to be writing 'Real Player' for Linux/ARM, or is it going to be part of another project? I assume the final product is going to have to be closed source?
     
  5. llornkcor

    llornkcor Active Member

    well, firstly, I am in the porting the helix client to linux arm. Secondly, I am also helping to port the ra/rv codecs to linux arm. and thirdly, will write a plugin for the sharp zaurus' mediaplayer, or a player for linux on arm.
    :D
     

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