Design of Mobile Video Player Based on the WIPI Platform
The mobile video player that supports software decoders has a different structure from the video player that plays videos based on a hardware decoder. Therefore, this paper elucidates the design a mobile video player consisting of a network manager, displayer, event processor, data structure processor, and controller based on research regarding hardware restriction, a software development platform, and streaming implementation method, all of which were applied before implementing the video player at the WIPI platform. The mobile video player implemented based on the designs investigated during this research can be used as a tool to test function and the possibility of normal operation of a software decoder that targets an encoded visual, and also can be used as a tool to develop an improved software decoder. The design of a mobile video player in this paper follows from basic research on the construction of a mobile video total system based on the WIPI platform in the future.
KeywordsMobile Phone Transmission Control Protocol Video Player Mobile Video Internet Engineer Task
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