Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: New on listing
Re: New on listing
From: Rafael Gomes Dantas <rafagd_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007 15:26:29 -0300
On 10/25/07, Andreas Gnau <Rondom_at_rondom.de> wrote:
> Rafael Gomes Dantas schrieb:
> > On 10/24/07, Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_rockbox.org> wrote:
> >> On Wed, 24 Oct 2007, Rafael Gomes Dantas wrote:
> >> It has MP3 and WMA decoders in hardware and it has a 8051-compatible 8bit cpu
> >> core. The decoder parts could probably be supported, but the 8051 is a major
> >> pain as you won't find a suitable gcc port for it (and the Rockbox internals
> >> are not written to suit a 8 bit CPU like a 8051).
> > I'd would like to port rockbox to this "mp4" just because this is the
> > only one i have, and it is quite limited. The sound quality is very
> > good, but it's video format is very very lame... NXV video format is a
> > collection of RAW images with mp3-encoded sound...
> I'm not a hardware-expert but are you sure that you can make the desired
> use of a Rockbox-port? I mean, do you think the CPU is able to handle a
> compressed video-format in real-time?
Well... If i had another player, i would try... If don't work, there
may be some way to reduce video size... maybe a program that reduce
the images size before it goes on the player is a bit more wise than
try to write a firmware...
But i want also to change the themes of the player too... Maybe i
should just save money to but another player that support rockbox...
Received on 2007-10-25