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    Hi,

    Wat kind of support Qt provides for the IP Telephony related applications?
    Is it purely Mobile related?

    Please also mention the memory requirement of the Qt on a arm embedded device, if
    i need only GUI related features like Displaying images, playing video, textbox, button,
    listbox, messagebox.

    My video requirement is such a way that i should be able to play video streams i receive
    from a shared memory. Or is it only possible for going with socket programming over
    shared memory?

    Thanks in advance....

    mahe2310

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    There are some datasheets from Trolltech:

    http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt...atasheets.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by axeljaeger
    There are some datasheets from Trolltech:

    http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt...atasheets.html

    hi axel,

    i went thru that datasheets, and noticed the memory size needed. But i
    would like to know is it possible to use qt core alone, hence
    reducing the memory requirement. My GUI requirements include the
    basic graphical components like listbox, Textbox, Image viewing, playing incoming
    video and audio stream. Is it possible to satisfy the needs with the Qt Core alone.

    Regards,

    Mahesh
    Last edited by mahe2310; 30th January 2006 at 11:23. Reason: some grammatic confusion

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    hi,

    Plz repond...

    Mahesh

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    You can use Qt Core without Qtopia but you don't get a movieplayer then. You'll have to use either the movieplayer of Qtopia (I don't know wether you can get it without of the rest of Qtopia) or another player, MPlayer for example.
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    thanks for the advice... I just started with Qtopia Core and now verifying whether it can satisfy my needs...

    Mahe2310

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    Default Re: Signalling Protocol

    on what platform are you using qtopia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hansmbakker
    on what platform are you using qtopia?

    arm linux...

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