[git pull] drm tree for 3.12-rc1
mike at fireburn.co.uk
Tue Sep 10 09:06:39 PDT 2013
The regular flash plugin 10.2 doesn't have vaapi (Intel) support
The Chrome flash plugin (10.7?) doesn't have any vaapi or vdpau support
You best option is to install the vdpau to vaapi wrapper and disable the
Chrome flash plugin https://github.com/i-rinat/libvdpau-va-gl
This will revert you back to the older 10.2 flash version which should work
I think I also had to override a few settings in the flash dot file to get
it to skip GPU validation along with following the instruction for the
Its quite convoluted but least it makes YouTube work
[ Dave - your linux.ie email generates bounces for me, trying redhat
On Mon, Sep 9, 2013 at 11:25 PM, Sean V Kelley <sean.v.kelley at intel.com>
>> I'm also a bit bummed that hw acceleration of video doesn't seem to
>> work on Haswell, meaning that full-screen is now a jerky mess. I fear
>> that that is user-space libraries/X.org, but I thought I'd mention it
>> in the hope of getting a "oh, it's working for us, you'll get a fix
>> for it soon".
> Can you give a little more detail about video not working? Video
> accel should work fine with the current versions of libva/intel-driver
> available in Fedora 19 - assuming that's what you're using.
It is indeed F19.
Easy test: go to youtube, and watch things that are in 1080p HD. They
play fine in a window (using about 70% CPU), but full-screened to
2560x1440 they play at about one or two frames per second.
Non-HD content seems to be fine even full-screen. Either just because
it's so much easier to do, or because some level of scaling is
It may well be that I'm using chrome (and chrome seems to tend to use
its own library versions), and firefox indeed seems to be a bit
better. But by "a bit better" I mean closer to full frame rate in
full-screen, but lots of tearing - and it was stil using 70% CPU when
displaying in a window. So I think firefox is also still doing
everything in software but may be better about using threads for it.
My previous i5-670 which was inferior in almost every other way didn't
have these problems.. It had the same 2560x1440 display.
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