Ricardo Salveti, Software Engineer at Canonical, has written a blog post saying that Ubuntu TV now support full video hardware acceleration on the Pandaboard, TI OMAP 4 low cost development board. A demo of Ubuntu TV on the ARM platform with Ubuntu TV UI and 720p/1080p video playback can be seen in the video below.
Pandaboard is the first ARM platform that can fully run Ubuntu TV.
If you have a Pandaboard, you can try it out by installing the packages available at Linaro’s Overlay PPA. Qt and Qtmobility are not there yet (Patches are available at https://github.com/robclark/qtmobility-1.1.0), but he said they would be soon.
The source code for Ubuntu TV is available at https://code.launchpad.net/~s-team/ubuntutv/trunk
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