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    Phoronix: FFmpeg Continues Working Its "NVDEC" NVIDIA Video Decoding Into Shape

    Earlier this month the FFmpeg project landed its initial NVDEC NVIDIA video decoding support after already supporting NVENC for video encoding. These new NVIDIA APIs for encode/decode are part of the company's Video Codec SDK with CUDA and is the successor to the long-used VDPAU video decoding on NVIDIA Linux boxes. That NVDEC support has continued getting into shape...

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    Will there also be deinterlacing for nvdec?

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      Originally posted by aufkrawall View Post
      Will there also be deinterlacing for nvdec?
      Unless nvidia documents how to use their API with raw frames instead of decoding video, no.

      Just use the long existing cuvid decoder(which uses the exact same API, so there is almost zero difference), it supports deinterlacing. Their deinterlacer wasn't always the most reliable one though.

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