Looks like it was a bug in gdppay, muxing in matroska works fine.

Thanks again.

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On Mon, Mar 24, 2014 at 12:37 PM, Julien Moutte <julien@fluendo.com> wrote:
Hi Scott,

Thanks a lot. This patched overlay works much better than the upstream one. I have been able to finally build an image featuring the TI plugins.

The problem though is that the video output generated by TIVidenc1 looks like invalid H264. It's full of bitstream errors. Same happens with mp4enc codec.

Any clue what might be wrong ?

Best regards,

Julien MOUTTE
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On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 8:55 PM, Scott Ellis <scott@jumpnowtek.com> wrote:
I wouldn't recommend that stuff anymore. It's pretty dated.

When I last built a dsp/gstreamer enabled Overo system a few
months ago I needed a few small patches to meta-ti

https://github.com/scottellis/meta-ti

That was a Yocto 1.4.1 [dylan] build.

I tested dsp accelerated h.264 with some web cameras and also
a DVD player running through one of Chris Whittenburg's
tvp5151 boards.

http://www.sleepyrobot.com/?p=253

Using that forked meta-ti layer and including something like this
in the image recipe was sufficient

DSP_INSTALL += " \
    gstreamer-ti \
    gst-plugins-base-meta \
    gst-plugins-good-meta \
    gst-plugins-bad-meta \
 "

IMAGE_INSTALL += " \
    ${DSP_INSTALL} \
 "





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