Snapdragon Lab: Game Audio for Android Using OpenSL ES

This deep dive session will educate developers on how to enable low-latency audio and advanced audio effects on Android. Game audio on Android has lagged and this has prevented developers from porting their iOS games. Google added some OpenSL ES effects in Gingerbread, but Qualcomm and SRS Labs have gone further – enabling the complete OpenSL ES framework on Android.

Publish Date: Aug 1, 2011

Length: 19:22

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