Resources Contact Us Home
Buffer descriptor data structure for communication link between decode and display processes in MPEG decoders

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #7920630.

A system, method, and apparatus for providing display parameters from the decode process to the display process are presented herein. The decode process receives images which are encoded according to a predetermined standard. Included with the encoded images are parameters which facilitate the decode and display processes. The decode process decodes the encoded images as well as the parameters and stores each image in a separate image buffer. Additionally, the decode process stores the parameters which facilitate the display process in a buffer descriptor structure associated with the image buffer. The display process uses the parameters stored in the buffer descriptor structure during the display process.

  Recently Added Patents
Electrophoresis display having touch screen and method for driving the touch screen
System, method and apparatus for pausing multi-channel broadcasts
Method and apparatus for exercise monitoring combining exercise monitoring and visual data with wireless internet connectivity
Method for transitioning between Ziegler-Natta and metallocene catalysts in a bulk loop reactor for the production of polypropylene
Power converter and method of power conversion
Method of fabricating solid electrolytic capacitor and solid electrolytic capacitor
Optical module for a microlithography objective including holding and supporting devices
  Randomly Featured Patents
Automatic meter reading module
Velcro latching device for a toilet seat
Mouthguard made at least partially from an edible candy
Use of potential-touch detection to improve responsiveness of devices
Apparatus and method for estimating compression modes for H.264 codings
Processing array data on SIMD multi-core processor architectures
Microplate reader with intelligent filter slide
Biomass-resource-derived polyester and production process thereof
Internet telephone and method for recovering voice data lost therein