G35/33 X3500/3100 HDMI
jbarnes at virtuousgeek.org
Mon Dec 3 13:31:45 PST 2007
On Monday, December 03, 2007 1:25 sim0n wrote:
> Jesse Barnes wrote:
> > On Sunday, December 02, 2007 3:03 Alan W. Irwin wrote:
> >> On 2007-12-02 22:04+0100 sim0n wrote:
> >>> Thank you very much for your detailed information.
> >>> I guess unless you say that the GMA 3100 basically works now I
> >>> will have to go with a different solution :-(.
> >> Aside from the one-week outage due to an introduced issue in the
> >> cutting-edge version of the driver, it has been working
> >> well. I run KDE 3.x (i.e., 2D desktop) with no problems, and
> >> also ppracer (a.k.a. tuxracer) and foobillard for 3D games. Here
> >> is the glxgears rating results as given by the offical
> >> http://www.free3d.org/ script
> > Yeah, and that outage was purely my fault. Prior to the 2.2
> > release, G33 worked fine, but I introduced the regression you
> > found in fixing another bug for 8xx users.
> > So in general, G33 should be in good shape (video, 3D and 2D and
> > mode setting support for SDVO VGA, DVI, and builtin VGA & TV
> > outputs).
> Sounds good, thnx.
> Any idea about mpeg2 acceleration support ?
> (There is hardware support for that, according to wikipedia)
There's Xv support but XvMC is still a work in progress.
Zhenyu's been working on the video stuff, he can probably provide a more
detailed summary of the state of video accel support in the intel
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