Besides, the PCS key is pretty easy to find, this is what I did. The constraints and limitations of this support are available under NDA, though. Wait for Tim to disclose the details to you. I think he hinted enough now. At least, he disclosed there was a "PCS key". Just go find it out.
first of thanks for your work at xvba-video. When mpeg-2/mpeg-4 is released I plan on integrating this into xvba-video after our xbmc is done. I did not see the updated SDK yet, but as these are bitstream codecs again. I think we can use our infrastructure, just the mapping of ffmpeg to xvba structs should be done.
If you think of grepping "libAMDXvBA.so.1", I did this multiple times and found: @HWUVD_H264Level51Support
But, yeah every time I tried to enable it through amdscdb I got a black screen.
Any other hint?
Lol - it works :-)
hahaha. Stop lightdm. Add
directly under UVdEnabled=V1
and try the killa.sample.
Oh my god - i feel kind of really stupid now. As I always tried at the wrong position
Update: For now this only works in xbmc, as xvba-video checks for the max ref frames and sets them to Level41 specific. But this can easily patched out.
Update2: Hardware, I tested it: AMD E450 with fglrx 12.6b on ubuntu 12.04
Update3: Also working on E350 with fglrx 12.6b under 12.04
Update4: An xbmc-xvba user with fglrx Catalyst 11.11 could not get it working (investigating)
Can anyone try this with 12.4?
Last edited by fritsch; 06-28-2012 at 03:35 AM.
Just got another report: Also working on E350 with 12.4 fglrx.
Oh Hi gwenole, its been a while since you posted.....
its always of interest when a sheepshaver dev ( ) posts but you haven't updated your files in a while 16-Mar-2005 LOL, actually AROS could do with a good update for a mac emulator that's still faster than a real mac and a reliable xvba/Intel's new H.264 VA encoding extensions http://phoronix.com/forums/showthrea...589#post223589
on a slightly more serious note any chance that high ranking Intel Dev that did the low level API and x264 patches is even going to submit them to the x264/ffmpeg/avconv dev's! as others can then use it to better integrate and control Intel Hardware Encode/decode rather than reinvent yet another lower level API for cross platform HW EN/decode based off the newest Intel hardware PDF's into ffmpeg/libva
Last edited by popper; 06-28-2012 at 05:10 AM.
Very interesting, with latest xbmc fernet menta my l5.1 test file worked. I used:
that works on the fly and does not require to stop the xserver. You can test the diff with setting it to 0.Code:aticonfig --set-pcs-u32=MCIL,HWUVD_H264Level51Support,1