Win Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards - Perfect for low cost budget 4K HTPC
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(2017-08-24, 08:39)r0mbus Wrote:
(2017-08-22, 23:08)o_neill Wrote: Question: If I have a 1030 Card and run a Linux HTPC box with Ubuntu LTS, no LibreElec, I would just need to upgrade to the latest NVIDIA drivers (probably 384.59) and Kodi 17 should be able to hardware decode hevc (using VDPAU), correct?

Thanks,
o_neill

Ive tried to use 1030 with LibreElec (latest nightly build with 1030 Support) but suddenly it wont work - VDPAU is checked, but the hardware decoding is not working, CPU is almost always at 100%, video stutters. When im pressing "O" it shows me "Video decodec: ff-hevc (SW)".
In Windows with DXVA2 it works like a charm.

What does MediaInfo report about the source video? If it is 10 bit then it won't have VDPAU hardware acceleration in Linux - nVidia Linux HEVC decode support is 8-bit only at the moment.
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RE: Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 graphics cards - Perfect for low cost budget 4K HTPC - by noggin - 2017-08-24, 12:47


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