how to add experimental feature(HW acceleration for webrtc) into firefox
wjohnston at mozilla.com
Tue Feb 4 12:00:20 PST 2014
Your best bet is to probably ask the module owners for the code you'd be changing. In this case that's going to be the video guys. If I were you I'd file a bug (under Core->Video/Audio) and upload the patch (if you can), or at least give some indication what you're doing. That should be enough for someone to see and direct you.
Sounds like a good feature to have though. Thanks! :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Qiang Lu" <qiang.lu at intel.com>
To: mobile-firefox-dev at mozilla.org
Cc: "Qiang Lu" <qiang.lu at intel.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 1:55:04 AM
Subject: how to add experimental feature(HW acceleration for webrtc) into firefox
I am working on an experimental feature on firefox(fennec) which is apply VP8 hardware acceleration to webrtc stack.
As far as I know, only few devices support VP8 hardware acceleration in the market(x86 & arm) right now and all of them still not work stable.
So, if I want to contribute this experimental feature to firefox and want it not affect normal user, whether I can create a new preference(say, media.webrtc.hardware.enable) and set it to false as default?
Any suggestions are welcome.
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