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  • 89c51
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    Originally posted by mattst88 View Post
    My point was, what right do you have to complain about other people's projects (especially if you aren't contributing to any projects)?
    i am not complaining about anything. if i need a feature i will use the "product" that has it. as simple as that.

    it is just a fact that the open source drivers are not feature compete

    also how sure you are that i am not involved one way or another in projects?? (not that it matters if i do or not)

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  • bridgman
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    Originally posted by popper View Post
    unfortunately End User's International Inc cant comment on you're speculation until the NDA (No longer Damned Arsed) end's, or a future public statement of that information is released by You in to the public domain as Linux manager in charge and instigator of that data.
    I have no idea what this means

    Originally posted by popper View Post
    so have you actually even started that AMD UVD legal review yet after nearly 12 months of talking about starting it here with me ? i didn't check the dates yet but it (didn't even get passed to the legal team ?) it hadn't even got off the starting block something like 4 months ago now according to a post here.
    Yes, the *technical* review started a few months ago and I posted about that at least once here.

    Not sure why you keep calling it a legal review, this (and most of the IP review work) is primarily technical analysis. I have mentioned that here perhaps a dozen times.

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  • mattst88
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    Originally posted by 89c51 View Post
    i made a mistake and thought that the g3dvl project was about h.264
    My point was, what right do you have to complain about other people's projects (especially if you aren't contributing to any projects)?

    Originally posted by Rabauke View Post
    Yes, bridgman, give us an update on the UVD review process.
    And btw, what about Christian K?nig's effort? Did anything of his work materialize yet?
    http://cgit.freedesktop.org/mesa/mesa/log/?h=pipe-video

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  • DanL
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    Real men code proprietary for windumbs
    Real students code opensource for linux
    And real women, like Thatguy, troll on above.
    I have no issue dressing in drag for good video accel.

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  • plonoma
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    You know what would be really helpful.
    If they started with doing this with MPEG-1 and 2.
    Work their way up to the present.

    And why is everybody trying to make H.264 get a foothold on Linux?
    Please support FLOSS formats/libraries instead of the latest flashy thing like H.264.

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  • crazycheese
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    Real men code proprietary for windumbs
    Real students code opensource for linux
    And real women, like Thatguy, troll on above.

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  • Rabauke
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    Yes, bridgman, give us an update on the UVD review process.
    And btw, what about Christian K?nig's effort? Did anything of his work materialize yet?

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  • 89c51
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    Originally posted by mattst88 View Post
    What the hell is it with this sense of entitlement?

    Where's your work in this field? Why have we got nothing?
    i made a mistake and thought that the g3dvl project was about h.264

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  • mattst88
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    Originally posted by DanL View Post
    The Gallium3D infrastructure didn't exist back then.
    Gallium3D did exist. That's why the video decoding project was called g3dvl.

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  • mattst88
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    Originally posted by 89c51 View Post
    wasn't there another GSoC project few years back that was trying to do the same thing and in the end we got nothing????
    What the hell is it with this sense of entitlement?

    Where's your work in this field? Why have we got nothing?

    By the way, the project you're talking about is here and was the start of the pipe-video branch of Mesa.

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