Intel oneVPL GPU Runtime 2023Q1 Adds AV1 Error Resilient Mode

Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 13 April 2023 at 06:32 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Days after releasing the Intel Media Driver 2023Q1, Intel's software engineers have now released oneVPL 2023Q1 as the updated quarterly release to this video processing library that is part of Intel's open-source oneAPI toolkit.

Intel's oneVPL GPU Runtime implements the oneVPL API for Intel graphics processors / media blocs to support accelerated video encode/decode in a variety of formats as well as numerous processing filters. While the Intel Media Driver with VA-API supports back to Broadwell graphics, the Intel oneVPU Gen Runtime is focused on just supporting Tigerlake Gen12 graphics and newer.

As with the Intel Media Driver 2023Q1 release, one of the major features with oneVPL 2023Q1 is now adding AV1 error resilient mode support. Intel is supporting the AV1 error-resilient mode beginning with the integrated graphics on Meteor Lake processors.

Today's oneVPL GPU Runtime update also now enables ACM Linux media copy functionality, enabled encode statistics query support for AVC encoding, and enabled delay frame allocation support for oneVPL decoding.

Intel oneVPL 2023Q1

Downloads and more details on the Intel oneVPL GPU Runtime stack update via GitHub.
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