[vlc-devel] Any idea to render video to a gdk_window without xwindow?
blacksword.david at gmail.com
Fri Sep 25 18:15:20 CEST 2009
Or just try vmem.
Any way, thank you for you input
2009/9/26 David Chan <blacksword.david at gmail.com>
> Hi Remi,
> The problem is that i have to use GTK+/directFB to save storage than
> GTK+/X. Cause I have only 64MB flash.
> And no video card at all. I'm building something like bus video system.
> only part of the screen is used to display video. But I have a lot feature,
> then I will need GTK+ to build widgets.Maybe I have to implement a plugin to
> do this, horrible.
> 2009/9/25 Rémi Denis-Courmont <remi at remlab.net>
> Le vendredi 25 septembre 2009 18:40:49 Rémi Denis-Courmont, vous avez écrit
>> > Le vendredi 25 septembre 2009 18:26:45 David Chan, vous avez écrit :
>> > > I've tested for many days. But i can just render the video to a
>> > > gdk-window via gdk_window_xid(). But hence I will have a dependency to
>> > > xwindow system. Frankly this is not what I want.
>> > > What I want is to render video to a gdk_window directly without X. The
>> > > can build a gtk-widget to render video to a gtk-window under
>> > > GTK+/DirectFB. Could anybody give me some idea?
>> > In principle, you can implement a new video display plugin (or modify
>> > existing DirectFB plugin) to output the decoded video in whatever chroma
>> > and dimension to a frame buffer you feel like.
>> Should you choose to ignore my advice, you can also tell VLC to use the
>> plugin, which supports arbitrary width, height, pitch, chroma and frame
>> Rémi Denis-Courmont
> Manager, Business Development
> Embedio. Inc.
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