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Linux devices gain multimedia "Octopus"   
Wednesday, December 17 2008 @ 06:56 PM EST
Contributed by: sde

Movial has joined the Khronos Group, and released an interesting "media engine" under the LGPL. The "Movial Octopus Media Engine" targets Linux devices such as MIDs and netbooks equipped with players, voice/video call applications, and other media applications.

"Movial Octopus Media Engine" provides a central point of contact for "all" multimedia use cases on a Linux-based device, according to Movial. It includes an API (application programming interface) for management of local or network-based media, and works with either GStreamer or OpenMAX IL (integration layer) components for transporting and rendering media files.

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