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Linux VAAPI: Nuc, Chromebox, HSW, IVB, Baytrail with Ubuntu 14.04
#91
Great thanks
#92
Nice work! Haven't followed VAAPI since xvba came for my AMD e350. How did VAAPI went along in xbmc? It started with a very minimal implementation by xbmc and i think i saw a few patches. And any change using amd with vaapi?
#93
@Robotica:
I would not use VAAPI on AMD hardware. Everything has to go through the xvba-va-driver and that is very limited. Problems with VC1, no deinterlacing at all (no matter what this build here does), only H264 Level [email protected]high.

AMD: xvba (soon perhaps OSS UVD)
nvidia: vdpau
intel: vaapi

:-)
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#94
Thnx for the info fritsch. I just wondered if AMD hardware did also profit from the work you guys have done for VAAPI.
#95
AMD profitted most from our xvba work, as this removes the vaapi wrapper for amd hardware.

Btbns vaapi-vpp work here, will benefit the whole intel world. As it makes deinterlacing (soon with temporal / spatial) possible - which was btw. released for haswell hardware already.
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#96
wsnipex has updated the PPA. It now contains the new stable 1.2.0 libva implementation. It now has officially Haswell support. Therefore your libdrm will also be upgraded.
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#97
since installing the libva 1.2.0 i notice a lot of missed frames when boblight-X11 is running Sad

before the update, i had performance problems only with the xbmc boblight addon but not with boblight-X11
#98
The changes that went in were mostly haswell related, nothing performance specific for vpp - can you recheck, that all the settings are still in place?
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#99
i changed nothing, just ran apt-get update/upgrade
Oki - try to post another logfile with debugging turned on.
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without boblight: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5809136/
with boblight: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5809144/
Quote:23:51:38 T:2561325888 NOTICE: fps: 25.000000, pwidth: 1920, pheight: 1080, dwidth: 1920, dheight: 1080
23:51:38 T:2561325888 DEBUG: OutputPicture - change configuration. 1920x1080. framerate: 25.00. format: VAAPI
23:51:38 T:2561325888 DEBUG: Resolution 1920x1080 (16) not a very good match for fps 25.000 (weight: 1.000), trying 2:3 cadence
23:51:38 T:2561325888 DEBUG: Resolution 1920x1080 (16) not a very good match for fps 25.000 with 2:3 cadence (weight: 1.000), choosing 60 hertz
23:51:38 T:2561325888 DEBUG: 60 hertz refreshrate not available, choosing highest
23:51:38 T:2561325888 NOTICE: Display resolution ADJUST : 1920x1080 (16) (weight: 1.000)
23:51:38 T:2561325888 NOTICE: CXBMCRenderManager::ResetRenderBuffer - using 2 render buffers

Not sure how you want to play 50i correctly with just 25hz. Did you change your resolution from 702p to 1080p?
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i changed nothing, as i said
Image
Oki, so downgrading fixes it?

I see, that you are running xorg edgers from the logfiles, which updates packages frequently.

Code:
dpkg -l |grep libva | pastebinit
dpkg -l |grep vaapi | pastebinit
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[email protected]:~/.xbmc/temp$ dpkg -l |grep libva | pastebinit
http://paste.ubuntu.com/5809197/
[email protected]:~/.xbmc/temp$ dpkg -l |grep vaapi | pastebinit
http://paste.ubuntu.com/5809198/

i do not know how to downgrade Wink
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