It took some time but finally tiopenmax 0.3.5 was released. It’s essentially 0.3 plus DSP binaries that actually work.
I verified with gst-openmax (git omap branch) and they work just fine 🙂 Thanks Daniel Díaz!
So people with OMAP3 hardware (beagleboard) can already try D1 MPEG-4 decoding using less than 15% of CPU. If you missed the demo, here it is:
Update: the latest information is actually here.
All the information was available in my previous post. One minor update is that I’ve made a tag (v2.6.28-tidspbridge) to the linux-omap tree on my github repo to make it extra easy for people to compile a stable kernel with the dsp-bridge driver. There’s many DSP fixes available and some performance improvements which are not in this tag, but I’ll make sure they are once 2.6.29-omap1 is tagged.