difference that I've seen in regards to video between the two is that the 4430 can only encode/decode stereoscopic 3D at 720p, and the 4460 can encode/decode stereoscopic 3D 1080p
IVA 3 Hardware acceleratorhttp://www.ti.com/lit/ml/swpt034b/swpt034b.pdf
Delivers true 1080p multi-standard HD
record and playback with the industryÔÇÖs
broadest support for multimedia codecs
available today as well as programmability
to add support for future codecs
Provides support for high deß╝Çnition
stereoscopic 3D encode/decode
(OMAP4430: 720p, OMAP4460: 1080p)
- Page 2 "OMAP 4 application processors"
The other video specifications don't seem to change at all between the two. I may be wrong, but I'm not sure where the idea that the 4460 can play 1080p60 playback came from. As far as I can tell from all the documentation from TI, that statement is not correct.
Per this chart ( located on page 3 here http://www.ti.com/lit/wp/swpy021/swpy021.pdf
), there is no distinction between what the two can playback for 2D video playback.
(Text from the bottom of page 2 before the chart)
To complement and work with the IVA hardware accelerator, TI offers the industryÔÇÖs broadest list of video
codecs supporting 1080p resolution at 30 frames-per-second and programmable support
for the following:
ÔÇó MPEG4 ASP
ÔÇó H.264 HP
ÔÇó VC-1 AP
ÔÇó RealVideo 10
ÔÇó ON2 VP7
ÔÇó AVS 1.0
ÔÇó DivX 6
ÔÇó Sorenson Spark v1
As you can see, it clearly shows 1080i
60 for a few types, but most only have 1080p30.
(Information about camcorders and such has been left off of this cut image, but is available on the pdf that is linked above.)
If you're looking for 1080p50 support, you won't have any luck from what I've seen in the TI documentation.