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    Phoronix: NVIDIA Video Codec SDK 9.1 Brings CUDA CUStream Support, Other Encoder Improvements

    Following the February release of Video Codec SDK 9.0, NVIDIA recently did a quiet release of the Video Codec SDK 9.1 update that furthers along this cross-platform video encode/decode library...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-Codec-SDK-9.1

  • coder
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    Originally posted by Spooktra View Post
    The other changes as outlined on developer.nvidia.com have been around since Video Codec SDK 9.0 or longer for this closed-source video encode/decode SDK built around CUDA.

    The header files for the NVIDIA encoder have been open source for a while now and in fact are included with the ffmpeg source code.
    What's your point? The implementation is closed-source, so even if the headers are released under a permissive license, it's pointless beyond letting you fiddle around with macros and whatnot. The real point of it isn't to be open source, but rather to let you redistribute the headers in your own project, I'd imagine.

    And if you want to quote article text, what I do is just wrap it in a set of
    Code:
    [quote]
    tags. The quote tag doesn't require attribution, like what you see when replying to a post.

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  • Spooktra
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    The other changes as outlined on developer.nvidia.com have been around since Video Codec SDK 9.0 or longer for this closed-source video encode/decode SDK built around CUDA.

    The header files for the NVIDIA encoder have been open source for a while now and in fact are included with the ffmpeg source code.

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