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'''V'''ideo '''A'''cceleration '''API''' is a successor to [[XvMC]], providing partial and full hardware offloading of video decoding. This interface is available on Intel graphics. Interface frontends are also available for ATI's XvBA and nVidia's [[VDPAU]]. This interface is not currently supported by MythTV.
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'''V'''ideo '''A'''cceleration '''API''' is a successor to [[XvMC]], providing partial and full hardware offloading of video decoding. This interface is available on Intel graphics. Interface frontends are also available for ATI's XvBA and nVidia's [[VDPAU]]. Support for VAAPI in MythTV is under development ({{ticket|8593}}, {{changeset|25202}}, {{changeset|25204}})
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In case you would like to test the VAAPI/XvBA backend, you'll need the latest Splitted Desktop libraries (libva and xvba-video) drivers from [http://www.splitted-desktop.com/~gbeauchesne/ here]
  
 
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Video Acceleration API is a successor to XvMC, providing partial and full hardware offloading of video decoding. This interface is available on Intel graphics. Interface frontends are also available for ATI's XvBA and nVidia's VDPAU. Support for VAAPI in MythTV is under development (#8593, [25202], [25204])

In case you would like to test the VAAPI/XvBA backend, you'll need the latest Splitted Desktop libraries (libva and xvba-video) drivers from here