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iMX53 + Android 2.3 + video => ERROR(0x8000100b, 0)

Question asked by tibowcc on May 1, 2013
Latest reply on May 5, 2013 by MaxTsai
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Hello,

 

I'm running Android 2.3.3 on an iMX53, and have a C++ player using FFMpeg 0.10.2, to play MP4 videos (h264).

 

After playing videos for a long period of time (> 5h), I see the following error in the logcat:

 

05-01 12:20:49.670 2831 17021 I Decoder : opening file /mnt/sdcard/video.mp4

05-01 12:20:49.720 2831 17021 I OMXCodec: [OMX.Freescale.std.video_decoder.avc.v3.hw-based] allocating 1 buffers of size 1048576 on input port

05-01 12:20:49.730 2831 17021 I OMXCodec: [OMX.Freescale.std.video_decoder.avc.v3.hw-based] allocating 3 buffers of size 38016 on output port

05-01 12:20:49.800 2149 17023 I OMXPlayer: LEVEL: 1 FUNCTION: FilterOneBuffer LINE: 2046

05-01 12:20:49.800 2149 17023 I OMXPlayer: FilterOneBuffer: malloc memory failure:

 

05-01 12:20:49.800 2831 2837 E OMXCodec: [OMX.Freescale.std.video_decoder.avc.v3.hw-based] ERROR(0x8000100b, 0)

05-01 12:20:49.800 2149 17023 I OMXPlayer: LEVEL: 1 FUNCTION: FlushInputBuffer LINE: 2482

05-01 12:20:49.800 2149 17023 I OMXPlayer: FlushInputBuffer: failure state transition, current state=1


The error code seems to be a corrupted stream (OMX_Core.h:  OMX_ErrorStreamCorrupt = (OMX_S32) 0x8000100B). But if I play the same video by itself, I don't see any error.

 

Any idea what's going on ? Any help would be appreciated.

thanks

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