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Thread: Gallium3D Gets An OpenMAX Video State Tracker

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    Default Gallium3D Gets An OpenMAX Video State Tracker

    Phoronix: Gallium3D Gets An OpenMAX Video State Tracker

    Mesa's Gallium3D can now handle OpenMAX! OpenMAX, short for Open Media Acceleration, is the Khronos standard for a C-language interface for abstraction of routines for audio, video, and image processing. With this initial implementation by AMD, the OpenMAX Gallium3D support allows hardware acceleration of MPEG-2 and H.264...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ5Mzk

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    Hi10p? Niiiiiiice

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    This is probably most interesting for running Android on AMD hardware, since as far as I can tell, Android is about the only thing that could actually make use of both mesa and openmax.

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    Sounds Really nice. But is some progress on the deinterlacing front? On DVB-S2 many channel broadcast in 1080i

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    For me Deint works fine with vdpau.

    Will this really be merged or will it end like the nv_vdpau_interop patches?

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    Defnetly looks like some effort to support android and, who knows, steamos.

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    Any chances to get Hi10P with VDPAU or VA-API as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussianNeuroMancer View Post
    Any chances to get Hi10P with VDPAU or VA-API as well?
    For VDPAU at least, the API itself needs to be updated to support it. Not sure about VA-API.

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    So does this mean that openmax can handle hi10p with uvd? I've read all over the internet that it was physically not possible and that the feature has to be added on the silicon level first...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HokTar View Post
    So does this mean that openmax can handle hi10p with uvd? I've read all over the internet that it was physically not possible and that the feature has to be added on the silicon level first...
    UVD can handle hi10p, IIRC.

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