how to get accelerated h.264 decoding on linux?

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    folkert
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    hello forum,

    i am evaluating a Samsung S5PV210 board (which contains the PowerVR SGX540 GPU) and would like to test the hardware acceleration of video decoding, specifically h.264 720p/1080p. according to the specs, this should be supported under linux, however i am not quite sure where i’d get the corresponding software (binary or better yet source code) for both the X server and the linux kernel.. would this be supplied by the chipset manufacturer, ie Samsung? or by the board manufacturer, in this case FriendlyARM?

    Or does Imagination Technologies provide such a thing? I’m currently looking at the PowerVR Insider SDK, but this seems to be less about video and more about 2d/3d acceleration (which is nice as well, but only if i get the video to work )

    any help appreciated, as this is quite confusing .. 🙂

    thnx,
    /f

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    Joe Davis
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    Hi folkert,

    Apologies for the delayed response.

    You should contact Samsung for support with this issue. Our SDK is designed to support development of applications that leverage our PowerVR GPUs for 2D/3D graphics. It doesn’t contain any examples or tools for the PowerVR video cores.

    Regards,
    Joe

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