H.264 Baseline Decoder
Introduction

H.264 or MPEG-4 Part 10 or Advanced Video Codec (AVC) is the premier video coding standard used in variety of applications. H.264 contains a number of new features that allow it to compress video much more effectively than older standards and to provide more flexibility for application to a wide variety of network environments.
Salient Features
  • H.264 baseline profile Level 3.1
  • Compliant with ISO/IEC standard 14496-10
  • YUV 4:2:0 planar
  • Little endian
Benefits
  • Low in Mhz
  • Ported and tested on hardware platform with Linux OS
  • Support for multiple frame sizes up to 720p
Applications
  • Portabale media player
  • Video conferencing
  • Television Broadcasting
Platform
  • ARM
    • ARM11
  • MIPS
    • MIPS 74kf
    • Base core, DSP version

Case studies

Video codecs on a multi-core highly-parallel custom core

We worked with SiliconHive (now part of Intel) to develop High Definition video codecs that are designed to run optimally on a multi-core environment. Our contribution also included efficient coding for a VLIW core and algorithmic innovations to address memory bandwidth constraints.

Developing an Asynchronous Sample Rate Converter

Designing an Asynchronous Sample Rate converter that offers high THD and low ripple across a range of frequencies is no mean achievement. We not only designed the ASRC but implemented it with low MHz on a fixed point processor.

Showcase

RACE Media & Connectivity IVI suite
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Android Auto projection on Telechip TCC8930 running WinCE 7.0
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