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gdm
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Does anybody know if the Cactus player for in the i.MX6 Freescale Android BSP is an open source projet?

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EricNelson
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Hi Giuseppe,

The project (directory) doesn't exist until you go into packages/apps/fsl_imx_demo and do a "git revert N" (where N is the commit id of the revert).


As Igor pointed out though, the "right" approach seems to be to contact your FAE and ask nicely for the extended codec package. I'm not sure I know what's in it, but probably want one of those :smileywink:.

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EricNelson
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By the way, Giuseppe.

I think this question is "Answered". Can you mark it as such?

Otherwise the Freecalers will keep it on their "to-do" list...

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EricNelson
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All of the .java files are listed as being under the Apache 2.0 license.

The XML files say this:

        Copyright (c) 2011-2012, Freescale Semiconductor Inc.

        All rights reserved.

        You should get a copy of license in this software package named EULA.txt.

        Please read EULA.txt carefully first.

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gdm
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Thanks for the reply. Where can i find the project files?

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EricNelson
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Hi Giuseppe,

It's hidden in the packages/apps/fsl_imx_demo/ repository of the release.

I say "hidden", because you'll need to revert the patch named "move CactusPlayer to external/fsl_imx_omx" in order to see it.

You'll also need this patch in order to run it (Apparently more permissions are needed under KitKat).

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gdm
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Hi Eric,

I was not able to find the Android BSP project containing the CactusPlayer. Can you provide a pointer?

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EricNelson
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Hi Giuseppe,

The project (directory) doesn't exist until you go into packages/apps/fsl_imx_demo and do a "git revert N" (where N is the commit id of the revert).


As Igor pointed out though, the "right" approach seems to be to contact your FAE and ask nicely for the extended codec package. I'm not sure I know what's in it, but probably want one of those :smileywink:.

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