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    Default Need help with development of a gallium state_tracker

    Hi folks

    Well reading about a new D3D10/11 state_tracker, I thought about starting on my vdpau state_tracker project again. But to due to limited time, I haven't worked on the project in several month now. Well if I got some help, it might actually end up working someday.

    So what I am looking for, is another developer, willing to learn about gallium and video decoding. As for right now, mpeg2 is already partly implemented within gallium, so this state_tracker will target those bits.

    You don't have to be a specialist or a hardcore developer (I am not), I am doing this to educate myself and for fun.

    Please write to me if you are interested.

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    Well I'm very interested and qualified, but inexperienced in gallium or video decode or GL or anything [closely related] besides some minor kernel hacking of video drivers.

    Where can I see your mpeg2 state tracker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by droidhacker View Post
    Well I'm very interested and qualified, but inexperienced in gallium or video decode or GL or anything [closely related] besides some minor kernel hacking of video drivers.

    Where can I see your mpeg2 state tracker?
    Do you have messenger or do you prefer irc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tball View Post
    Do you have messenger or do you prefer irc?
    How about email?
    I'll pm you email address.

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    Any progress on this would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fa5hion View Post
    Any progress on this would be appreciated.
    We're discussing how to simplify the project in order to get some measurable benefits within the *very* short term.

    i.e. it may not be necessary to reinvent the wheel when you are the proud owner of a wheel factory. Might be the best solution to just bolt the wheels onto a car and go for a drive

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    well, i can help too, i am a complete noob in graphics stack development but im quite decent in general use C/C++/QT/SSE x.x.

    as you mention i would love to get more experience with gallium and graphic stack development , ill pm you my email, write me if interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrch2k8 View Post
    well, i can help too, i am a complete noob in graphics stack development but im quite decent in general use C/C++/QT/SSE x.x.

    as you mention i would love to get more experience with gallium and graphic stack development , ill pm you my email, write me if interested
    You have received a PM

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    Quote Originally Posted by tball View Post
    Hi folks

    Well reading about a new D3D10/11 state_tracker, I thought about starting on my vdpau state_tracker project again. But to due to limited time, I haven't worked on the project in several month now. Well if I got some help, it might actually end up working someday.

    So what I am looking for, is another developer, willing to learn about gallium and video decoding. As for right now, mpeg2 is already partly implemented within gallium, so this state_tracker will target those bits.

    You don't have to be a specialist or a hardcore developer (I am not), I am doing this to educate myself and for fun.

    Please write to me if you are interested.
    Can you count me in? in this project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucx View Post
    Can you count me in? in this project.
    Sure :-)
    Check you pm in a min.

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