part of the UDV3 which was not part of the code drop. That would probably require an explanation here from AMD guys.
And how about asked about earlier in the thread deinterlance support? It would be great if that worked as well.
Second, it doesn't say that mpeg4part2 was introduced in uvd3, it says that h263 was introduced in uvd3, and that this support was via something (mpeg4part2) that perhaps existed before uvd3.
Third, E350, I think, is UVD3.
Do you know what post-processing is? UVD doesn't do post processing. UVD does Decoding.And how about asked about earlier in the thread deinterlance support? It would be great if that worked as well.
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Cool. Now what would be a nice fanless board supported by this driver for running XBMC?
Any information about deinterlacing capabilities would really be appreciatedAnd how about asked about earlier in the thread deinterlance support? It would be great if that worked as well.
In any event a real big thank you to all of the people at AMD involved in this release.
A few suggestions for further announcements on Phoronix:
Strive to publish a list of all supported chips/architectures from the beginning. It would minimize a lot of postings in the forums.
Publish links to the relevant code in a clear manner. Some of us don't follow AMD that closely that we have links to all of the open source sites handy and frankly AMDs main web site sucks royally when trying to find information.
Related to the above, lobby management at AMD to clean up their main web site. It use to be rather easy to find support areas for documentation and product offerings. The last time I was there looking for APU information it was one brick wall after another. In that case I was looking for E-Series/BRAZOS info. The site is in general hostile to technical users. (As a side note this was several months ago).
Items 1-3 above highlight the fact that many of us have very long periods between hardware purchases where our interests in following technology slides. When it comes time to look for new hardware excessive friction trying to find relevant information can cause people to find the smoother path.