The video driver is a weak point. It's strong enough to play my SD content with
VLC, but not when I enable deinterlacing or postprocessing. It's not at the top
of my list to solve, because it's enough for the SD digitenne recordings I have.
I think the drivers will improve in the future, so I just have to be patient.
The CPU / USB / SATA is impressive, It's fast enough to record 7 SD streams
from 2 different DVB-T receivers, and watch an 8th stream. But this will only
work if the storage directory is on a SATA drive, the internal micro SD slot is
extremely slow. An apt-get install cycle takes a very long time, even with a
class 10 uSD card.
>Van : user....@gmail.com
>Datum : 13/06/2014 23:39
>Aan : cedric.dew...@telfort.nl
>Onderwerp : Re: Re: [vdr] [solved] allwinner A20: vdr-plugin-sc does compile,
>but binary incompatible
>How does it work so far? I've looked at Allwinner stuff before but I
>wasn't sure if there were stable drivers for the Mali 400 GPU. I know
>it can do 1080p, which makes it a good cheap htpc but only if it has
>stable drivers. I also wondered if it has deinterlacers as well for
>1080i content. I don't know if the A20 is strong enough to deinterlace
>with only CPU muscle.
>On Fri, Jun 13, 2014 at 11:35 AM, cedric.dew...@telfort.nl
>>>Van : user....@gmail.com
>>>Datum : 13/06/2014 18:05
>>>Aan : firstname.lastname@example.org
>>>Cc : cedric.dew...@telfort.nl
>>>Onderwerp : Re: [vdr] [solved] allwinner A20: vdr-plugin-sc does compile,
>>>but binary incompatible
>>>On Thu, Jun 12, 2014 at 10:05 PM, jacek burghardt
>>>> So you are running Linux on tablet instead android ? What version of Linux
>>>There are plenty of Allwinner-based mini-pc boards out there so it's
>>>easily possible his device is one of those and not a tablet.
>> You are correct. Its an olimex OLinuXino A20. This is the product page:
>> It's a debian based image, as can be downloaded here:
>> Kind regards,
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