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Catalyst 9.9 For Linux Released, Still XvBA Lacking

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  • #11
    Unigine tropics is fixed ;-) so atleast one good thing

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    • #12
      Originally posted by AdrenalineJunky View Post
      according to the article it supports 2.6.31
      Hmm, I think, that only the 9.10 beta version in Ubuntu has 2.6.31 support.

      This driver, which is still behind the Ubuntu-Catalyst 9.10 driver that has support for the Linux 2.6.31 kernel and other improvements, has just one new feature: support for new Linux operating systems.

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      • #13
        Oh no XVBA is still missing...

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        • #14
          Originally posted by tmpdir View Post
          Oh no XVBA is still missing...
          Wow, nice sarcam.

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          • #15
            I really don't care about xvba anymore. All i personally would like to see is XV just working like with free drivers.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by blindfrog View Post
              I really don't care about xvba anymore. All i personally would like to see is XV just working like with free drivers.
              You should use mplayer -vo gl2

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              • #17
                This driver is much better than previous versions. Although the release notes are meagre and doesn't say much, this version contain fixes for some of the rendering problems I've experienced with previous releases.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by suokko View Post
                  You should use mplayer -vo gl2
                  gl2 better than xv?

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by Apopas View Post
                    gl2 better than xv?
                    with catalyst yes... far far better.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by AdrenalineJunky View Post
                      with catalyst yes... far far better.
                      Interesting but is the performance good? I mean is it poibletoee a High Definition movie with an older chipset or with an older PC? I didn't change a graphics card for a long time and I don't have personal experience how Radeons work under Linux.

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