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Old 01-27-2011, 10:00 AM   #1
trease
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Obtaining poulsbo decoded images with ffmpeg and vaapi


Hi, I'm trying to decode an H264 (1280x720) stream through
hardware driver using ffmpeg together with vaapi.
I would like to know if I will be able to use decoded
frames not to display them on the screen, but to process
them further on. Substantially for each frame I would
need to obtain a buffer containing the decoded image.
Can I do this?
I'm encountering some problem during the decode phase and
before going on I need to know if my purpose is possible
to reach.

I'm using a fitPC2 with Karmic version of Ubuntu
and iegd_drv_video driver installed.
 
  


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