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  • ihatemichael
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    One thing I often miss is Wayland/PipeWire integration for screen recording (analogous to x11grab).

    There's wf-recorder but it would be nice if ffmpeg could do it natively.

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  • Nille_kungen
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    To bad FFmpeg needs bleeding edge vulkan-sdk so it's not that easy to build on some distributions.

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  • tenplus1
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    I use ffplay as a simple media player, although I do wish they had similar functionality to mpv with on-screen controls and keyboard controls to enable/disable subtitles and change audio language.

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  • Quackdoc
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    Libplacebo is amazing, VLC users will sure be happy when VLC 4.0 Nev-Finally lands. nice to see ffplay support it, since a lot of people build ffmpeg with it anyways, it's a neat novelty and at least should help ffplay be a weebit more usable.

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  • mbriar
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    Originally posted by Brittle2 View Post
    ffmpeg didn't had hardware acceleration before?
    This is only about ffplay, which is a barebones media player that comes with ffmpeg. Ffmpeg itself has always supported various hardware en-/decoders.

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  • Brittle2
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    ffmpeg didn't had hardware acceleration before?

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  • phoronix
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    FFmpeg's ffplay Media Player Adds Vulkan Renderer

    Phoronix: FFmpeg's ffplay Media Player Adds Vulkan Renderer

    The FFmpeg multimedia library has been making progress with its Vulkan Video API support while this week an interesting change was merged for ffplay, FFmpeg's built-in simple multimedia player. The ffplay player now has a built-in Vulkan renderer provided by libplacebo as an optional means of hardware acceleration...

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