[mythtv-users] Deinterlacers with Atom/Ion + VDPAU?
tjharris at weaselworkz.com
Sat Nov 14 18:18:54 UTC 2009
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 4:31 PM, Jean-Yves Avenard <jyavenard at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/11/10 TJ Harris <tjharris at weaselworkz.com>:
>> I have been really happy with my Ion-based Acer AspireRevo frontend.
>> HD MPEG2 VDPAU decoding with one-field deinterlacing takes less than
>> 10% CPU and looks great.
>> I wanted to compare some of the other deinterlacing methods, but got
>> choppy playback on any of the others I tried.
>> Which deinterlacing methods are supported with the Ion chipset?
> If you are using a recent (by recent I mean 3-4 days) 0.22-fixes >=
> 22760 or mythtv trunk ; 3 new extra profiles are now automatically
> VDPAU High Quality
> VDPAU Normal
> and VDPAU Slim
> For a 9400GT or Ion, use the VDPAU Normal profile
I compiled the latest SVN version from 0.22-fixes, and I now see the
new VDPAU profiles.
Unfortunately, something in the new version is not working in my
system. I get a seg-fault whenever I try to view video.
Prior to this, I was running a new Ubuntu 9.10 installation, with the
0.22-fixes package included in that. I'm not sure what I broke by
installing the new version.
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