[vlc-devel] commit: Added DXVA2 support to our avcodec wrapper. (Laurent Aimar )

Laurent Aimar fenrir at via.ecp.fr
Sat Nov 28 10:04:59 CET 2009


On Thu, Nov 26, 2009, xxcv wrote:
>    Looking really good!!
>    ********
>    avcodec debug: libavcodec initialized (interface 0x342600)
>    avcodec debug: Available decoder output format 61 (Unknown)
>    avcodec debug: Trying DXVA2
>    avcodec debug: DLLs loaded
>    avcodec debug: D3dCreateDevice succeed
>    avcodec debug: OurDirect3DCreateDeviceManager9 Success!
>    avcodec info: obtained IDirect3DDeviceManager9
>    avcodec info: DXVA2CreateVideoService Success!
>    avcodec debug: - 'DXVA2_ModeMPEG2_IDCT' is supported by hardware
>    avcodec warning: - Unknown GUID = 5B23D46D-fa5f-4fdc-XXXX
>    avcodec error: DxFindVideoServiceConversion failed
>    avcodec warning: Failed to open DXVA2
>    avcodec debug: Available decoder output format 53 (PIX_FMT_VAAPI_VLD)
>    avcodec debug: Available decoder output format 0 (PIX_FMT_YUV420P)
>    avcodec debug: ffmpeg codec (H264 - MPEG-4 AVC (part 10)) started
>    main debug: using decoder module "avcodec"
>    ********
>    Here my old graphics card doesn't support H264 VLD.
 Yes, your video card doesn't seems to support full H264 acceleration and 
so, vlc fallback to software decoding.
 http://wiki.videolan.org/VLC_DxVA2 contains a bit of informations.
 You can also try a software named "DXVA Checker" to retreive informations about
DXVA and your card.


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