people need to step back and realise that if your API isnt seen to be patched and parts of it included in the likes of the FFMPEG devs lists by active users/devs, it doesnt to all intents and purposes exist today.
the binary "VDPAU" library header subset of CUDA capable of Mpeg2,AVC/H.264,VC1 etc has just been applyed on the FFMPEG list
Mon Jan 5 00:56:41 CET 2009
"[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH]VDPAU patch for h264 decoding, round 6"
he's also "sumitted Attached patch is a first version of the patch to support MPEG1 and MPEG2
hardware decoding with VDPAU."
Mon Jan 5 18:41:13 CET 2009
"[FFmpeg-devel] [PATCH]VDPAU patch for MPEG1/2 decoding, round 1"
it appears that xvmc exists in some form in the FFMPEG codebase, but iv not seen or heard of anyone working with it as yet,nevermind using it in the Mplayer/VLC and other end user apps using or advocating its use today, no patchs or code review seems to be taking place in the Nov,Dec,jan mailing list threads that i can see....and as already said, if your not seen to be making progress and patching at least subsets of the whole end game API , you dont seem to exist....
is it right that xvmc API only have entrys for Mpeg2 decoding, if so that implys its broken and needs fixing and extending to include easy processing of AVC(lossless),VC1,and Dirac lossless inside TS streams at the very least.