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  • Intel Releases libva 2.15 Video Acceleration Library

    Phoronix: Intel Releases libva 2.15 Video Acceleration Library

    Intel on Friday released libva 2.15 as the newest update to the open-source Video Acceleration API (VA-API) library used on modern systems for GPU-accelerated video decoding...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...tel-Libva-2.15

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    I'm experiencing stuttering on VP9 videos on YouTube, using VA-API acceleration on Firefox, on a RX 6600. H264 and AV1 are fine tough.

    Tried newer kernel, driver and Firefox Nightly, but the problem persists.

    Anyone else having the same issue?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
      I'm experiencing stuttering on VP9 videos on YouTube, using VA-API acceleration on Firefox, on a RX 6600. H264 and AV1 are fine tough.

      Tried newer kernel, driver and Firefox Nightly, but the problem persists.

      Anyone else having the same issue?
      I don't use vaapi on firefox since it has always been a buggy mess for me, Have you tried watching in mpv to see if it's a firefox or underlying issue?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Quackdoc View Post

        I don't use vaapi on firefox since it has always been a buggy mess for me, Have you tried watching in mpv to see if it's a firefox or underlying issue?
        I tested it now on MPV and it happened too, so it appears to be VA-API related.

        Oh well, back to the H264ify plugin...

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