[mythtv-users] XVMC Support for Intel 810
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Mon Dec 5 22:30:33 EST 2005
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> > > at the XvMC lib for the 810 and you should be able to enable XvMC
> > > support
> > > within Myth and it should work. libXvMCW is a wrapper that supports
> > > nVidia,
> > > Intel and Unichrome (possibly others?).
> > >
> > >
> > > -- Harry O.
> > >
> > >
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> > I'd be interested to see if this works or not. Would open up the
> > possibility of decoding hdtv on a laptop.
> > Tom
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> On 12/5/05, Tom Dombrosky <tbdombrosky at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Install libXvMCW, compile Myth with support for it, point your XvMCConfig
> > file
On Monday 05 December 2005 5:21 pm, Jeff Clemens wrote:
> Hmm... well, I didn't recompile Myth, but I did point XvMCConfig to the
> library for the 810. XvMC seems to be loading now (per the xorg log file),
> but Myth still won't play video with XvMC enabled. Does the enable option
> show up if XvMC is not compiled in? I'm using a binary MythTV package,
> (from ATRPMS) and would prefer not to have to install all of the
> development tools just to compile myth. I guess I assumed the option
> wouldn't be in the menu if it weren't compiled in, but I may be wrong.
In Setup > TV Settings > Playback > 5th screen in there should be an option
for "Use hardware XvMC MPEG Decoding" if the ATRPMS version supports it. Not
sure, I roll my own.
To test if mythfrontend support XvMC you could try:
ldd /usr/local/bin/mythfrontend | grep XvMC
assuming ATRPMS installs myth in /usr/local/bin. Look for libXvMCW.so.1 in
-- Harry O.
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