Calsoft Labs, an Adobe Flash Lite distributor has ported Flash Lite 3.1 to Analog Devices’s Blackfin processor. The Blackfin processor is a DSP chip targette towards the consumer and mobile market. The port is available for the BF 548 chip and runs on uCLinux OS. The port supports all the standard Flash Lite features, and runs on the reference board provided by Analog Devices.

The port has support for touchscreen. No other input devices supported in this release. Email me for additional information.

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4 Comments to “Calsoft ports Flash Lite to Analog Devices Blackfin processor”

  1. JT | January 15th, 2009 at 3:28 am

    “Calsoft Labs, an Adobe Flash Lite distributor has ported Flash Lite 3.1 to Analog Devices’s Blackfin processor.”

    Does this version of FL3 support H.264 decoding? Thanks.

  2. admin | January 15th, 2009 at 7:12 pm

    The release version does not support h.264. However the h.264 codec can be integrated into Flash Lite.

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  4. Mini Board Cameras | May 10th, 2009 at 1:55 am

    I am not a big fan of h.264.

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