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  • #41
    3.11.1 radeon.dpm=1

    All fine here.


    • #42

      Sound truly like another step in the right direction from amd OSS devs.

      Great !

      I think they still might do some performance work on their stuff so I don't mind 1080i50 missing frames for now.

      So with todays advances we're still missing the following for good mediastuff usage:
      -Decent HDMI Audio Support with some support for bitstreaming audio
      -Some HQ Deinterlacing mechanisms, since bob is not real topnotch technology

      While this is still a list of relevant bugs, the list has gotten rather short. Go on Devs ! Keep up the good work !


      • #43
        diff --git a/xbmc/cores/dvdplayer/DVDCodecs/Video/VDPAU.cpp b/xbmc/cores/dvdplayer/DVDCodecs/Video/VDPAU.cpp
        index 605d83b..0c705f3 100644
        --- a/xbmc/cores/dvdplayer/DVDCodecs/Video/VDPAU.cpp
        +++ b/xbmc/cores/dvdplayer/DVDCodecs/Video/VDPAU.cpp
        @@ -38,7 +38,7 @@
         #include "cores/VideoRenderers/RenderFlags.h"
         using namespace VDPAU;
        -#define NUM_RENDER_PICS 9
        +#define NUM_RENDER_PICS 5
         #define ARSIZE(x) (sizeof(x) / sizeof((x)[0]))
        For the early adaptors - we currently find out, why :-) ^^ makes 1080i50 working


        • #44
          AMD seems to have fucked up.

          I got his from a guy on the steam forums, but he did not tell his source.
          When i googled it, I found this:

          You should continue using AMD Catalyst 13.8 Beta for Linux. We mistakenly posted a Linux AMD Catalyst 13.9 driver, which was older than the AMD Catalyst 13.8 Beta driver. Linux users can expect a new Linux driver coming in Oct, 2013


          • #45
            And here is multi channel Audio:

            Just released :-)


            • #46
              Woot !?


              • #47
                Originally posted by fritsch View Post
                Yes great job , but just yesterday I saw that commit in after "mesa: Silence GCC warning 'comparison between signed and unsigned integer exp...". Today it is not there any more. Is there any reason in particular it has been pulled back?


                • #48
                  You are looking in the wrong repository:


                  • #49

                    oh yeah.... my bad It was like 3am I looked at the repository when I saw it and it was not the right time to remember it is not in main one just yet Obviously it does apply on the main mesa git