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04.28.2009
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
RMI unveils Home Media Play ADK

RMI announced at the NAB Show the availability of its Home Media Player Application Development Kit (ADK).

The ADK is an open development system and includes a complete software Board Support Package (BSP) for those targeting media-based applications. The RMI Alchemy-based ADK development environment is complemented by ODM partners and applications partners such as FrameMedia and CoreCodec. With these technologies included, the HMP ADK provides developers an environment for creating advanced applications quickly.

RMI’s Home Media Player Application Development Kit is a development platform for connected, media-centric devices. The ADK uses the Linux OpenEmbedded environment to create a Board Support Package based on Linux 2.6. It includes a media stack and player from CoreCodec for D1 resolution video playback, hardware-accelerated DirectFB, GTK+ middleware, a complete tool chain, file system and an example application.



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