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    Default NVIDIA VP3/VP4 Engines Exposed On Nouveau For MPEG-2/VC-1

    Phoronix: NVIDIA VP3/VP4 Engines Exposed On Nouveau For MPEG-2/VC-1

    The open-source and reverse-engineered Nouveau driver is now able to tap the more recent "VP3" and "VP4" video encode/decode engines on recent NVIDIA GPUs that make up NVIDIA's PureVideo HD technology. With utilizing these VP3/VP4 engines, there can be MPEG-2 and VC-1 acceleration using this hardware...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQzNDA

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    This is great for the Nouveau-using folks. I'm glad they get it even though it's not of much use compared to h.264 acceleration.

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    What about Nvidia PureVideo VP5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    What about Nvidia PureVideo VP5?
    Probably not coming anytime soon. Few Linux users are using 600/700 series cards outside of notebook GPUs and Nvidia hasn't completed the work for fifth-gen PureVideo on the driver side anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoronix View Post
    The new VP3/VP4 video decode acceleration support can be found in the form of ten patches currently sitting on the Nouveau mailing list.
    Why doesn't freedesktop.org not use proper code reviewing tools like ReviewBoard, Gerrit or whatever? Instead patches rot on mailing lists and quickly get forgotten…

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    Default encoding support?

    The article speaks about encoding/decoding.
    Is that a mistake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokoko3k View Post
    The article speaks about encoding/decoding.
    Is that a mistake?
    I hope not.

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