I am using Intel media-for-mobile sample (https://github.com/INDExOS/media-for-mobile) to Trim/Cut video. However when I when i record video and goes to ComposerTranscodeCoreActivity some time the video is not loaded and it shows black screen and some time the video is showing there but when i click to start trim/Cut it give me Error "Failed to allocate component instance" Logcat shows error: "Unable to instantiate a decoder for type 'video/avc'."
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Android* has come a long way initially starting with phones, then tablets, Google TV*, Android Wear*, Android TV* (replaces Google TV), and Android Auto*. It can be challenging for developers to build and test their apps to run on all these device types. Add to this different device form factors and display resolutions, and it can quickly become a complex app verification and testing problem. We have Intel® HAXM to the rescue.
Good evening Please i need help on how to connect to database either SQL or MYSQL database and also session handling from index page to another page using INTEL SDK.
I have one question.
The HAXM for Android is 1.1.1.
But, the HAXM for Tizen is 1.0.5.
Are they compatible?
If they are difference, what difference are they?
And, is the HAXM 1.0.5 version the specific version for Tizen?
How can I download the HAXM 1.0.5 for public at the Public Intel Site?
This probably is not the right place to post this, but whatever. I have run out of places to turn to find a software engineer, for an interview i need to conduct for an engineering course at my school. If anybody here is willing to take a few minutes out of your day to help me, it would be much appreciated
I'm trying to install Intel HAXM . However, during installation, I get an error saying that VT-x is not enabled.
The Intel VT-x is supported by my computer’s processor and I go into system BIOS and find VT-x enabled !!
I don't know what is the problem?!! Why this error occurs ?
My OS is windows 8.
I just got my hands on a the Venue 8-7000 and I was a little surprised to discover there weren't any development drivers available for Windows 8.x.
After some digging/experimenting I managed to get it working. It required getting the hardware IDs via the device manager and manually adding the fields to the Google USB Drivers.
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