[vlc-devel] Building vlc with hardware decoding support on Raspberry Pi
antoine.villeret at gmail.com
Sat May 24 22:10:48 CEST 2014
thanks for the suggestion, it works great now.
I don't know if I made something wrong before or if some new commits fix
thanks for your work
do it yourself
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> Date: Fri, 23 May 2014 08:34:57 +0200
> From: Julian Scheel <julian at jusst.de>
> To: vlc-devel at videolan.org
> Subject: Re: [vlc-devel] Building vlc with hardware decoding support
> on Raspberry Pi
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> Am 22.05.2014 01:34, schrieb Antoine Villeret:
> > hello there,
> > this is my first message on this list, so I have to introduce myself
> > first :-)
> > I'm a French interactive art maker.
> > I'm working both for artists as a software engineer and interactivity
> > designer and for myself while I'm doing my own interactive art
> > For some stuff I need an accurate video syncing solution.
> > Accurate means a per frame synchronisation.
> > I found the way to do that with the great VLC (thanks everybody for this
> > wonderful tool !) and I'm trying to deploy the solution on Raspberry Pi
> > device.
> > I found a good tutorial explaining how to build VLC from scratch with
> > hardware decoding support :
> > I built it successful (not without headache, but build ends fine :-) )
> > but I cannont get hardware acceleration.
> > I've already post something here :
> > https://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=119448
> > But I got no answer for now, I hope to find some here :-)
> > I have omxil_vout module and omxil codec as this log says :
> > vlc --list | grep omxil
> > VLC media player 2.2.0-git Weatherwax (revision 2.1.0-git-3280-g2fe9c76)
> > omxil D?codeur audio/vid?o utilisant OpenMAX IL
> > omxil Encodeur vid?o utilisant OpenMAX IL
> > omxil_vout OpenMAX IL video output
> > I start vlc in terminal with this command line :
> > ./vlc --verbose 6 -I "dummy" --vout omxil_vout --codec omxil ../test.h264
> > and I can see the first frame frozen, then another frame few seconds
> > later but no fluent video.
> > I've post the full log here :
> > http://pastebin.com/ARjMkfBx
> According to the log omxil is used, but not with direct rendering. You
> might want to try out latest vlc git and build it with mmal support
> (actually when building on rpi it shall be enabled by default).
> This should work better than the OMX code on the Raspberry.
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