[vlc-devel] Re: Testing XvMC (well trying to)
vlc-devel at doobedoobedo.org
Tue Nov 21 23:22:07 CET 2006
Stuff looks like it has moved around since you did your original work. Can I
assume that you had it working fully on 0.7.2?
I've found where quite alot of things have moved to (I hope I'm right anyway)
but I'm feeling more like I'm in over my head the deeper I go...
I've looked all over the openchrome site and couldn't find any documentation
about the inner workings of xine. I guess I'll take a look at the xine code.
On Monday 20 November 2006 07:59, Christophe Burgalat wrote:
> The code for xvmc in the svn was originally developed on the 0.7.2 vlc
> version. I'm currently trying to make it work on the vlc svn version.
> I didn't find any XvMC documentation. The vlc code is based on the xvmc
> xine plugin code. I've tried to adapt it for vlc with difficulties. You can
> get some more information on the xvmc xine plugin on
> Le samedi 18 novembre 2006 16:41, Ron a écrit :
> > Hi,
> > I'm wanting to test the newly committed XvMC support. Whilst trying to
> > get it to compile I've fixed a couple of typos, but there seem to be some
> > missing data structure definitions...
> > To be honest: my C is pretty rusty, the code base is large and I can't
> > test it until I can get it to compile. If anybody is interested I can
> > post a patch to get it to compile more (ie. it bails out with an error
> > later), but TBH again my enthusiasm to get it working is greater than my
> > understanding of how it should work and how it all fits together. If
> > anybody would like to point to any XvMC documentation I'll go away and
> > have a read.
> > Cheers
> > Ron
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