OpenVideoDecode and gstreamer
qtnext at gmail.com
Sun Mar 11 14:39:12 PDT 2012
I am interested by Open Video Decode because my application is Opengl
based on Windows : so DXVA is not an option ... I need to find a way to
have hardware acceleration with opengl on Windows :(
Le 11/03/2012 22:22, Julien Moutte a écrit :
> If you are interested Fluendo provides a commercial GStreamer decoder
> using DXVA on Windows to leverage GPU decoding. You can then render
> the video frames in a Direct3D texture.
> Best regards,
> On Friday, March 9, 2012, qtnext <qtnext at gmail.com
> <mailto:qtnext at gmail.com>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I need to decode HD video in an opengl software on Windows on very
> low cpu (E-450 for example) where cpu is not suffisant :
> > It seems that the only way is to use
> http://developer.amd.com/sdks/amdappsdk/assets/openvideo_decode_api.pdf to
> decode the stream.
> > 1)- Is there an existing filter for gstreamer on windows.
> > 2)- the decoder need raw bitstream .. And i need to play a movie,
> seek, ... play audio . Is it easy to add an hardware open video decode
> filter to use gstreamer to demux, seek , play/pause and play audio and
> use only the OVD api to decode raw stream?
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