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Old 11-12-2013, 02:40 AM   #31
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If you plan to have libmesa with vdpau support, remember also, you'll have to build libvdpau twice. Once before you build libmesa to include vdpau support in libmesa, and once afterwards to rebuild it against libmesa.
Actually in my case it worked with just one time.
At least vdpauinfo prints the correct information.
 
Old 11-12-2013, 07:24 AM   #32
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Tried this, works. When testing a 720P HD video (with MPlayer, compiled with --enable-vdpau) I get much lower CPU usage when using vo=vdpau than with vo=xv, so it seems to work fine. I think I will look into using Glamor for 2D acceleration next
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Old 11-12-2013, 10:24 AM   #33
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Actually in my case it worked with just one time.
At least vdpauinfo prints the correct information.
Cool, man. I run with this mms.config:
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# /etc/adobe/mms.cfg
# Adobe player settings
EnableLinuxHWVideoDecode=1
AVHardwareDisable = 0
FullScreenDisable = 0
LocalFileReadDisable = 1
FileDownloadDisable = 1
FileUploadDisable = 1
LocalStorageLimit = 1
ThirdPartyStorage = 1
AssetCacheSize = 10
AutoUpdateDisable = 1
LegacyDomainMatching = 0
LocalFileLegacyAction = 0
AllowUserLocalTrust = 0
#ProtectedMode=0
#OverrideGPUValidation=1
Some information here and some more options you'll find at page 22 in the admin guide for 11.2, assuming you run with Adobe player for Linux.

Again, nice to know you made it

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Tried this, works. When testing a 720P HD video (with MPlayer, compiled with --enable-vdpau) I get much lower CPU usage when using vo=vdpau than with vo=xv, so it seems to work fine. I think I will look into using Glamor for 2D acceleration next
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Double nice

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