[h323plus] Optmized version os libs

Marcos Fábio Jardini marcos.f.jardini at gmail.com
Mon Feb 18 06:10:03 EST 2008

Thanks Simon

I'll track the files in CVS and begin the upgrade in our OpenMCU.
Our MCU already accepts 4CIF, are there some place to i can send the
modified source or a diff file?
It is a little modification on OpenMCU src. The new behaviour is:

-MCU allways send 4CIF, participans can send QCIF or CIF-
  1 person   with video > no video at all
  2 persons with video > the MCU rescale to 4CIF and send.
  3 persons with video > the MCU rescale to 4CIF and mix videos in 2x2 CIF
16 persons with video > the MCU rescale to 4CIF and mix videos in 4x4 QCIF

The processor runs at 85% in a dual-core pentium4.

The only awful think in MCU is the non-sequential way that videos are added
to the frame sended by the MCU. With an ordered sequence we can track the
name of the participants in each respective video.

Other possibility is to send the coordinates of the participant's video with
the presence-message, or by other type of message. Is this possible?
2008/2/15, Simon Horne <s.horne at packetizer.com>:
>  Marcos
> To set being about to send 4CIF you use the command
> H323EndPoint::SetVideoFrameSize(H323Capability::H323Capability::cif4MPI)
> Note this a maximum value so you still will be able to receive CIF or
> Sizes above CIF use a generic plugin codec definition and this command
> sets the parameters of that generic codec to a maximum size of 4CIF.
> You will need to use the H323plus CVS as it does not work in v1.20.2.
> (needs patch in h323pluginmgr.cxx)
> Of course you will need to alter your OpenMCU video mixer code etc to
> handle 4CIF.
> Just to note H323plus also supports extendedVideo capability (see H.239code) which also allows you to create a generic capability with the
> ability to use multiple Video Inputs. :-)
> Simon
> -----Original Message-----
> *From:* h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com [mailto:
> h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com]*On Behalf Of *Marcos Fábio Jardini
> *Sent:* Friday, February 15, 2008 9:40 PM
> *To:* h323plus at lists.packetizer.com
> *Subject:* Re: [h323plus] Optmized version os libs
> Thanks Simon, actualy we are developing with PWLib 1.10.3 and OpenH323
> 1.18.0. I already played arround PVideoOutputDevice, injecting the
> incoming video (converted to BGR) to an Java BufferedImage Data Buffer
> directly and re-split the video of participants in separate panels (in the
> tests we have realtime response). Now I'm trying to move the project from
> the old versions to the H323+ new versions (a very good job, I need no more
> that's hacks to compile in Windows :)
> About the H.263 codec, there some app to see an exemple of how set the
> H263 Capability and set it 4CIF?
> We're successfully using the ffmpeg H.263 plugin in linux and windows in a
> modified version o OpenMCU 2.2.0. But just I'm moving the old libs no this
> new project I'm a little stuck with H263 Capability and 4CIF.
> Thanks again.
> 2008/2/14, Simon Horne <s.horne at packetizer.com>:
> >
> >  Marcos
> >
> > All video codecs in h323plus are plugin. Seperate files which are read
> > in at startup with your application. These plugins are just generic c/c++
> > code which do not need linking to the main h323plus library. There are
> > plugins for H.261,H.263 and a H.264 under testing. The H.263 and H.264plugins use the FFMPEG library however having the AMD option would be good.
> > The best place to start would be to look at the H.263 plugin which is
> > available with the A/V plugins (Linux) from the H323plus website. Knowledge
> > of the interworkings of h323plus is not needed although you may need
> > assistance with how the plugins are linked in and used in the library.
> >
> > If you need further assistance please let me know.
> >
> > Simon
> >
> >  -----Original Message-----
> > *From:* h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com [mailto:
> > h323plus-bounces at lists.packetizer.com]*On Behalf Of *Marcos Fábio
> > Jardini
> > *Sent:* Friday, February 15, 2008 4:56 AM
> > *To:* h323plus at lists.packetizer.com
> > *Subject:* [h323plus] Optmized version os libs
> >
> > To not spend work in reinventing the wheel I want to know if there are
> > people working in the codecs and PColourConverter classes using the AMD
> > Performance Library.
> > AMD is providing the APL lib in Linux, Windows and Solaris flavours, and
> > they version of GNU GCC 4 for RH and SuSe.
> > (http://developer.amd.com)
> >
> > I'm woking in a project for use in internet2, so I'll 'spend' some time
> > in create of a RAW YVU420 codec, but reading the APL manuals they provide
> > suport for H.264 :). If some have interest or already in the same
> > effort....
> >
> > If someone already have a RAW codec or already using the APL please can
> > share some hints on sourceforge forums of this project, I'll be pleased.
> >
> > Other question I have is how to add the H.263 video capability in
> > H323Plus, I'm new to the H.323 and openH323 implementation and I am a
> > bit lost with the modifications in H323plus.
> > **
> > When the work is done I'll ask to put the code or the link it to the
> > internet (it's a project sponsored by the government for a public university
> > so, I think I'll have no problems in sharing the codes produced/modified)
> >
> > -----
> >
> >
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> -----
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