Video with Animations on Android using VLC for software decoding

Again, video with animations: this time video is demuxed and decoded using the awesome VLC library. VLC is provided buffers from Java that are then drawn on a view. The result is pretty good if you think all the decoding runs on the CPU. And I’m sure it can be improved.

1 thought on “Video with Animations on Android using VLC for software decoding”

  1. Thanks to your videos I've decided to purchase an Android phone to keep play with qt.
    Moreover, I am trying to improve you openmaxil extension for linux qt using the latest rpi headers/implementations of xbmc (or kodi…or whatever they say it now)…. but my programming skills are so far to yours…
    Thanks for keep sharing all this interesting stuff!
    Regards,

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