[Intel-gfx] GM45 and Full-HD video
claudiomkd at gmail.com
Sun Mar 21 07:33:24 PDT 2010
I just got a new Full-HD video recording capable camera, and I was testing
the video on my Vaio SR11M. I have a Debian Sid, I am using the 220.127.116.11
kernel and the Intel driver 2.9.1. Xserver core is 7.5.902. Intel claims in
their website that the Intel GM45 graphics card is capable or playing back
full-hd (1080p) video.
I just copied the video onto my laptop, and it goes really slow and the
audio is totally out of sync. I have tried mplayer, ffplay and totem, but I
always get the same result. The CPU is, however, at 800MHZ (lowest state)
and only 6%. The video has been recorded using 1920x1080 at 25fps.
I tested the same video on a Mac, and it goes smooth. So it is not a matter
of my camera, but it is my Linux graphics stack. Do I need driver 2.11.0 for
playing back Full-HD video on my Debian Sid?
My processor is a Core 2 Duo P8400 and I've got 4GB of RAM, but I don't
think this matter to this issue.
Could you give me some hint? Or is it just that the GM45 is not that good as
Intel claims on their website?
Claudio M. Camacho
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