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Re: [Linphone-users] Re: linphone cross-compile problem

From: Alastair Johnson
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Re: linphone cross-compile problem
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 12:04:56 +0000
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On Thursday 17 December 2009, pankaj anand wrote:
> to,
> Harishkumar V
>  I m planning to get  beagle board for myself and want to port linphone on
> that.

There is already a recipe in OpenEmbedded, and I think it's in the Debian ARM 
repository too. You shouldn't need to do any porting. 

> I have few queries about linphone...
> which codecs are you using for linphone on arm and how is the performance
> with or without hardware codecs support ?

I've only tried voice as there's no camera on the Openmoko Freerunner, and the 
CPU probably couldn't cope anyway. I never checked which codecs were being 
used, but never had problems with audio performance unless echo cancellation 
was enabled. I was connecting to an internal asterisk server, and to an 
external SIP provider (sipgate), which from past experience would be using 
ulaw or alaw, so nothing special. The armv4t in the Freerunner would benefit 
from integer codec implementations, but this shouldn't be an issue for the 
beagleboard IIRC. 

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