[Theora-dev] Theora camera/fast computers

Andrey Filippov theora at elphel.com
Tue Mar 22 13:35:47 PST 2005

The most obvious FPGA bugs in the camera are now fixed and it seems to
work rather stable (for now - just with clips, no streamer software yet).
At most times camera is available at http://theoracamera.elphel.com (but
it is a really quite dead-end streat were it is looking. Here sre two
samples were there is a lot of movement:

http://www.elphel.com/3fhlo/samples/333_samples/j0011_5.ogg - this is a 5
times slowed-down version to make it easy to play on not-so-fast
and this one is the full 30fps (1280x1024):

I'm now considering demonstrating this new camera that will stream
Ogg/Theora video at the "Open Source Forum" in Moscow, Russia (April,
27-29, http://www.opensource-forum.ru/). And for that I'm wondering - is
it possible to buy a right computer (motherboard, CPU, videocard) that
will be able to  decode and render the video with the currently available
software? Any practical recommendations? Does anybody have such a system
that can play the
http://www.elphel.com/3fhlo/samples/333_samples/m021_300_1_70.ogg with
full resolution and full speed without skipping?

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