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SRS Leads Audio Innovation in the Fast-Growing Media Tablet Market

SRS Labs has become the leading provider of advanced audio and voice post processing technologies for tablet makers worldwide, with design wins in six of the top 10 best-selling media tablets. Furthermore, SRS is the only company that publicly offers an audio technology suite designed to be fully conformant with the recently-introduced Khronos OpenSL ES 1.1 audio standard for Android.
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Android 4 offers new OpenMAX AL API support for low-level streaming multimedia

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Google's recently announced Android 4.0 platform, and related Ice Cream Sandwich SDK, include many new media capabilities. One very nice addition is the introduction for low-level streaming multimedia. To support this low-level streaming, the platform introduces a new native API based on the Khronos OpenMAX AL 1.0.1 API. This API is implemented on the same underlying services as the platform’s existing OpenSL ES API, so developers can make use of both APIs together if needed. Tools support for low-level streaming multimedia will be available in an upcoming release of the Android NDK. Learn more about OpenMAX AL on the Khronos Group website.
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Android releases updated NDK adding OpenMAX AL and OpenSL ES APIs

Android released an updated version of the Android NDK bringing it to revision 7. "Android NDK r7 includes a number of build system improvements and bug fixes, but most importantly it gives you access to two new sets of APIs", wrote Xavier Ducrohet on the Android Developers Blog. The two new Khronos Group APIs are: OpenMAX AL 1.0.1 for Low-level streaming multimedia, which provides a direct, efficient path for low-level streaming multimedia; and OpenSL ES used for audio decoding into PCM. Release notes are available on the Android Developers website.
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