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  • r600 gallium vdpau - weird color shift

    Hi guys,

    I'm currently running libdrm xf86-video-ati and mesa

    from latest git (+ ~amd64 gentoo) on a 5850 HD

    and there's some weird color shift with playing vdpau-accelerated videos via adobe-flash on youtube


    yellow seems to be a sort of turquoise/blue-ish

    skin color is blue-ish, too


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    take a look at the right how it's supposed to be (yellow)

    another one:

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    the sunrise is supposed to be yellow, too



    other random video - where you can see that the skin is blue-ish

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    could you please fix it ?


    is this a known problem ?


    Thanks so much for your awesome work - accelerated video works great already =)

    Having the wrong colors is a minor (but annoying) issue

  • #3
    I'm also facing Smurf mode with r600 vdpau (recent git).

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    • #4
      This seems to be the reason, why adobe has disabled vdpau acceleration in recent flash versions.

      They have problems with their own O-formed hands. I hope they fix this(these).

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      • #5
        seems like this regression / issue got introduced since 11.2:

        11.1.102.63 works and has the correct color


        11.2.202.223 and 11.2.202.228

        have the wrong color

        haven't tested 32bit - this is with 64bit on 64bit chromium

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        • #6
          I've the same problem. I got both Nvidia and ATI card with me. As far as I know, both have the same problem with Adobe flash. It is Adobe's bug.

          As long as you're using VDPAU this error will occur. You've to disable hardware acceleration.

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          • #7
            Seems like the latest Chrome 32-bit update fixed that. Try again. I also want to know if it works.

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            • #8
              not sure if vdpau is really working but I've at least re-enabled it now via use-flag

              and it seems the regression/issue isn't there anymore: 11.2.202.236


              edit:

              ok, not fully activated ...

              vdpauinfo
              display: :0.0 screen: 0
              Failed to open VDPAU backend libvdpau_r600.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
              Error creating VDPAU device: 1



              will try later and re-compile stuff to see whether it's fixed

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