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RE: Re: Re[2]: [OpenDivX] Tagging in CVS? (or 'This is getting painful').

The colorspace field has been removed from DEC_FRAME.  Below is the
definition for DEC_FRAME (from the latest decore.h):

typedef struct _DEC_FRAME_
	void *bmp; // the decoded bitmap
	void *bitstream; // the decoder buffer
	long length; // the lenght of the decoder stream
	int render_flag;	// 1: the frame is going to be rendered
	unsigned int stride; // decoded bitmap stride

-----Original Message-----
From: Eugene Kuznetsov [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2001 1:27 pm
To: Stuart Robertson
Subject: Fwd: Re: Re[2]: [OpenDivX] Tagging in CVS? (or 'This is getting

This is a forwarded message
From: Arpi <[email protected]>
To: Eugene Kuznetsov <[email protected]>
Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2001, 4:21:50 AM
Subject: [OpenDivX] Tagging in CVS? (or 'This is getting painful').

===8<==============Original message text===============

> EK> make sure that, as John already replied,
> EK> you are not trying to use SSE on non-SSE machine. In Linux you are
> EK> also required to have new kernel ( 2.4 or reasonably new 2.3 ) if you
> EK> want to use SSE. It won't work with 2.2.
> Ignore this statement ( I was actually thinking about RGB->YUV
> conversion; we don't have SSE-optimized YUV->RGB ). If you are using
> MMX CPU and my first tip didn't help, send me a gdb backtrace of
> crash.

I got the same error. It was my fault, because I didn't filled the
colorspace format in the dec_frame struct. This way the yuv2rgb pointer was
not set up -> i got sigill (it pointed to random memory, as uninitialized

A'rpi / Astral & ESP-team

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===8<===========End of original message text===========

Best regards,
 Eugene                            mailto:[email protected]

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