That's what I figured. At a very minimum I would need something that
can handle 1080i with a decent deinterlacer used, 1920x1080 hdmi out,
surround sound (via hdmi out). Basically something on par with Nvidia
vdpau. Hardware isn't the problem though, seems the only thing lacking
is the software and maybe in time that will exist/mature.
On Sat, Jun 14, 2014 at 6:43 AM, cedric.dew...@telfort.nl
> 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.
> Kind regards,
>>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 : email@example.com
>>>>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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