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Intel VAAPI howto with Leia v18 nightly based on Ubuntu 18.04 server
I build all the pvr addons within my build ... which one is missing? See: https://github.com/fritsch/OpenELEC.tv/c...8f77f8a28b
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pvr.dvblink is missing if I read that right.

https://github.com/dvblogic/pvr.dvblink

or https://github.com/kodi-pvr/pvr.dvblink
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Yes - will add it - did not know that somebody is actually using it :p
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Cool, thanks.

And I think most of the users are of the "stable or windows" variety Smile
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(2015-12-03, 16:14)fritsch Wrote: It's all in the wiki ... and it was discussed hundred times - it was even linked two posts ago :-) So please reread. The howto is not too easy :-)

Edit: Here even on this very same page: http://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php?tid=...pid2176918

Lol I found that same link via other means so go figure it was there all along. Thanks - I'll give it a shot when I get home.
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@Ney: Currently uploading a new release (.tar) - will have pvr.dvblink integrated ... wait until it's fully up and upgrade your existing version after that.
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Can anyone verify the results of this white clipping test video on their EGL build?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vq07ttscl9kktw...g.mp4?dl=0

And the test for black clipping
https://www.dropbox.com/s/226bl52b8kqscw...g.mp4?dl=0

On my RPi2 Jarvis nightly build I see flashing bars up to 232-233 when the Rpi2 is forced to output RGB limited.

On the Intel EGL build I see flashing bars up to 249. I tried sending “touch /storage/.config/forcedisplay” which resulted in no change.

The blacks are the same on both the Rpi2 and the Intel box, both rolling off at about 16-17.

What is the correct output for RGB limited? On a side note I calibrated my display using a colorimeter with very good results using test patterns displayed directly on the RPi.
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Quote:Force to output Limited

Can mean everything ... if your force to output the intel driver to do limited it will rescale all the output to match 16 .. 235 :-)

And the sample says: everything starting with 230-234 or higher should flash ... so - all fine isn't it?

On my screen with this VAAPI: 230, 231, 232 , 233 flash

Edit: Mind uploading the black test also?
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http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/li...03748.html <- HEVC 10 bit decoding :-)

Edit: Including hw vp9 support by the next atom, called broxton
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(2015-12-03, 20:15)fritsch Wrote: http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/li...03748.html <- HEVC 10 bit decoding :-)

Edit: Including hw vp9 support by the next atom, called broxton

For what architectures?
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Is Braswell generation ( N3050, N3700) concerned ? or only Skylake and newer ?

Because I see gen9 and braswell are gen8
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Broxton only. No Skylake ...
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(2015-12-03, 19:57)fritsch Wrote:
Quote:Force to output Limited

Can mean everything ... if your force to output the intel driver to do limited it will rescale all the output to match 16 .. 235 :-)

And the sample says: everything starting with 230-234 or higher should flash ... so - all fine isn't it?

On my screen with this VAAPI: 230, 231, 232 , 233 flash

Edit: Mind uploading the black test also?

I've uploaded the black clipping test to my original post
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(2015-12-03, 20:55)Jdiesel Wrote:
(2015-12-03, 19:57)fritsch Wrote:
Quote:Force to output Limited

Can mean everything ... if your force to output the intel driver to do limited it will rescale all the output to match 16 .. 235 :-)

And the sample says: everything starting with 230-234 or higher should flash ... so - all fine isn't it?

On my screen with this VAAPI: 230, 231, 232 , 233 flash

Edit: Mind uploading the black test also?

I've uploaded the black clipping test to my original post

Thanks much. All fine - as it should :-)
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TV Limited
xrandr: Broadcast RGB: Video 16:235 pass-through
kodi: Use Limited
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