Pasi Kärkkäinen wrote:
> On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 08:54:05PM +0300, Seppo Ingalsuo wrote:
>> Luca Olivetti kirjoitti:
>>> OTOH with my setup it works poorly (artifacts, banding, freezing,
>>> changes in color, etc.) and I'm not the only one, so I'm not sure vdpau
>>> support is mature enough for inclusion in xine-lib.
>> Here VDPAU works close to perfectly with two different (Intel E8200, AMD
>> 4850E + GeForce 8400) Ubuntu Jaunty boxes with included restricted
>> Nvidia driver and self compiled VDPAU enabled xine-lib.
>> I had picture tearing that was solved by disabling composite extension.
>> I lost possibility for HUD OSD for now. I needed to force also 50 Hz
>> video mode to HDMI with custom xorg.conf modeline. Somehow probably due
>> to extremely low CPU load VDPAU also solved breaking SPDIF sound that I
>> had on my Asus P5Q motherboard (with similar setup the AMD780G mobo
>> never had sound problems). 576i video scaling and de-interlacing is good
>> quality in VDPAU.
> So you have 576i 50Hz interlaced video playing at 50fps de-interlaced?
> -- Pasi
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Well, at least that's how I use it most of the time and it's working
brilliantly. To me, vdpau is the best thing that's ever happened to the
htpc world next to VDR of course... When it comes to xine-lib, I must
say that XBMC uses vdpau in a better way. VDR HD recordings look a lot
better when played back in XBMC than with xineliboutput. But for anyone
interested, xineliboutput HD OSD works as of wednesdays cvs.
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