Difference between revisions of "ECE597 Project Network based OGG player"

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The goal of this project is to have the Beagleboard act as a MythTV/portable video playback node. This may require work with the DSP acceleration of FFMPEG/Gstreamer. Additionally, interfacing the BeagleBoard with a Pico Projector to allow for portable media enjoyment. If MythTV support is not practical, simple localized video playback with DSP acceleration will be used.  
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The goal of this project is to have the Beagleboard act as a network based mp3 player. The Beagle will be programmed using a custom, protocol for transferring files from a network based server (x86 pc) to a Beagle. Speakers will be attached to the Beagle, where the file will be played back. Possible extensions are a LCD for displaying id3 tag information, and buttons for user interaction (next track, previous track, etc.) on the GPIO interface.  
  
 
This project is part of the ECE597 32-bit Embedded Linux class at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN.
 
This project is part of the ECE597 32-bit Embedded Linux class at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN.

Revision as of 20:20, 22 March 2010


The goal of this project is to have the Beagleboard act as a network based mp3 player. The Beagle will be programmed using a custom, protocol for transferring files from a network based server (x86 pc) to a Beagle. Speakers will be attached to the Beagle, where the file will be played back. Possible extensions are a LCD for displaying id3 tag information, and buttons for user interaction (next track, previous track, etc.) on the GPIO interface.

This project is part of the ECE597 32-bit Embedded Linux class at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN.