[gstreamer-bugs] [Bug 431252] Very simple & universal way to make serious hw acceleration.

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Fri Apr 20 01:41:21 PDT 2007

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------- Comment #8 from Edward Hervey  2007-04-20 08:41 UTC -------
right, so what you're asking is exactly in par with the code I posted further
up.... except that I think limiting those processing to the sink is not great.

why shouldn't I be able to use the GPU to:
* resize
* deinterlace
* motion-compensate
* do colour-balance
* do colourspace conversion
* ...

... in the middle of my pipeline ? This would be helpful for a LOT more tasks
that just playback. And the code above is the proof of concept that we can do
this as a input/output element and not just as a sink. Doing it as a sink is
simple, elisa (elisa.fluendo.com) have already managed that for example.

Also, if you use the glsink gstreamer element... it already does internally
rescaling for example.

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