Intel VAAPI howto with Leia v18 nightly based on Ubuntu 18.04 server
Is it possible this could ever work with a true Limited RGB output signal? I assume, at least as far as output from the driver goes, it's a matter of setting the correct flag (which I know is possible, because it's always done that in prior versions of Kodi). I know that true Component processing/output isn't going to be an option (although I think it is via Windows).

Currently, the options seem to be to either run Full and expand limited range via Kodi, or run Full and force the television into Limited mode (the best option if you can do it).

Alas, my Pioneer Kuro works fine via auto signal detection, but forcing full/limited range is not an option. There IS a method to force an input signal, but stupidly it's combined with color space - I can pick Component 4:4:4, Component 4:2:2, RGB Limited or RGB Full. The problem is, when you force a particular color format (component or RGB) it messes up any other connected devices using the other system. Like, my cable box always outputs Component, and it also goes through my amp, so if I force the TV into RGB Limited it makes the cable box's picture purple. And if I force component, all RGB devices go green.

Dithering does indeed help clear up the banding, but it's not as perfect as not messing with it in the first place.

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RE: New Era: VAAPI with EGL interoperation - by Sunflux - 2015-09-26, 06:27
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