Decoding H264 stream bufferInfo.size is always zeroview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I've got an H264 stream and want to use MediaCodec to decode it to surface to display. Because I'm only decoding, and want to target as many devices as possible, I'm supporting API 16 and used the ExtractMpegFrames test as reference. http://bigflake.com/mediacodec/ExtractMpegFramesTest.java.txt When calling dequeOutputBuffers(info,timeout); the info.size is always zero. (HowTos)

New kernel can't support my cpu well?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – The first time system(fedora 20 kernel 3.11) crash(null pointer dereference), when I use chrome. So I have to uninstall chrome. The second time system crash, when I looking the video on the internet(adobe flash). So I have to give up looking the video on the internet. Now, when I just surf the internet or coding, it still crash sometimes! Others, I update the kernel to 3.13 and 3.14. The sys (HowTos)

check if genisoimage is succesfulview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I use a script to convert all VIDEO_TS directories to .ISO. How can I check if genisoimage is actually converting it instead of it failling and converting the next folder? After conversion I have a command to delete the folder but if genisoimage fails then it still deletes it. #!/bin/bash iso_name="" parent_path="" full_path="" total=0 IFS=$'\n' clear for file in $(find /shares/media/ -type d (HowTos)

Catalyst graphical glitches with dual head setupview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hello all, having a weird issue with my dual monitor setup where graphical glitches make my primary monitor completely unusable. The Tear Free feature of the proprietary catalyst driver is what seems to be causing it:Tear Free enabled:Tear Free disabled:I can safely enable it with one monitor disabled also. (HowTos)

Ubuntu 14.04 Dell E7240 - Docked - doesn't recognize second monitorview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have the same problem as the post below. Ubuntu 14.04 and Dell Latitude E5540 Multiple Monitors not working System: Dell E7240 Video: Intel Haswell Dock: Dell Monitors: 2 x DVI Dell 19in Wide The screens are on and both get a signal. One monitor replicates the other. (HowTos)

Gnome on Wayland (3.12) issue [SOLVED]view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – bbarcher wrote:ooo wrote:bbarcher wrote:I don't see the wiki page even mention driver installation. What do I miss? I intend to start a minimum hassle Gnome on wayland session.Previously you had to install xwayland and vf86-video drivers patched for it. (HowTos)

Wifi not working upon resume from suspendview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi. I am having a problem in that my wireless is not working after I resume from suspend. I'm not sure if the driver is unloaded, but even when I turn off the radio and turn it back on the wireless still doesn't work. In order to get it to work I have to restart the computer. So far I have tried to go through my loaded drivers and modprobe -r/modprobe them. (Hardware)

Moju Is Instagram For Moments In Motionview story

http://techcrunch.com –  As our phones become more camera than phone, it only makes sense that innovators would try to take on the very 20th-century concept of the "photograph." We've thus far seen a slew of apps using tech unique to our mobile devices, utilizing video and sound recording, sensors, GPS and the phone's accelerometer to transform how users create and share images. Read More (IT news)

Redesigned NES Analogue Nt Now Available for Pre-Orderview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/05/...-for-pre-order http://www.ign.com/videos/2014/05/05...n-conversation Analogue Interactive, known for its walnut and ash Neo Geo systems and Analogue Neo Geo arcade sticks, has started taking preorders for its latest creation, the Analogue Nt. The Analogue Nt is machined from a single block of 6061 aluminum alloy, and inside that smooth metal shel (Hardware)

Advice on build for streamingview story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Hey OCN! I am looking for some suggestions on a build for live streaming of video. My..." (Hardware)