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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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took 2.2750
took 2.2739
took 1.8211

You could open a separate thread here or on the hyperion forum about your GCC questions. Like that, others programmers will found the uestions more easily.

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Seems to work quite well. Donated 20 EUR.

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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@diegocr Quote:
Why don't give it a try and tell us for yourself if there's any downsides?

Because I don't have the time to go heavily testing every new piece of software. Most likely I'll install it with a brief test that it works, but I won't notice until much much later there is some problem (by which time I may have forgotten I've installed the new software & therefore have no idea of the cause).

It is a lot simpler to ask other people if any major problems with it first, to avoid wasting my time. After all, communication (and the spreading of knowledge) is the primary purpose of the internet (at least until someone had the idea of posting funny cat videos on YouTube).

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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@diego you have got a pm from me

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System: PPCMotorola MPC 7447/7457 Apollo/AltiVec(tm) (emulated MC68020/FPU) (INST: Cache) (External Cache)
Level 1 Cache size: 32768, Level 2 Cache size: 524288

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Hello,

Some news:

A new version, with last official source build, are in intensive tests actually. (library grow to 5mo+).

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Here the result of the test of my AmigaOne G3 800 Mhz:
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Level 1 Cache-Größe: 32768, Level 2 Cache-Größe: 524288
5.RAM Disk:> byte_test
7856
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took 1.1954
took 1.3513
took 1.3249
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Look forward to seeing an update which fixes the DVD video issue.

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Hello,

Please explain more. I don't see problems with my DVD tests.

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Mrodfr wrote:
Hello,

Please explain more. I don't see problems with my DVD tests.


On my X1000 vob.files have much gfx errors and wrong colours.
With the old avcodec.library all works fine
Don^t ask me for more information,i don^t have any time .I am to busy with betatesting

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Hello,

- With all the DVD you have tested ?
- This is the same ChrisH talk ?

Thanks for the informations.

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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I still haven't actually tried the new library myself, but I saw several reports about DVD colour problems, and I assumed that this had been reported to the library's developers...

If TommySammy can't help you, then try asking JurassicC. Also, I may be able to provide a bit more info if you contact me privately (by email).

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Hello,

Too bad you can't test the libray on the 2 amigas you have. Just play some seconds same DVD on your 2 amigas and we could be sure if the problem is only on the X1000.

If yes, I could, or Diego, could contact Hans and ask him to test the Library ? (if he don't know a new avcodec.library exit).

No problem like that on A1 with radeon, sam440 and sam440flex. Raziel can also test last beta but he has never given a sign of life

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Quote:

KimmoK wrote:
Is there a PPC440ep optimised version?

As it seems with both dvplayer and mplayer I get 100% CPU load (667Mhz SAM), I imagine the playback could benefit from DSP instructions being used.

Anyone done any study on using DSP instruction of PPC440?


I have to say I tried one or two years ago to profile ffmpeg on the Sam440 but that didn't give results that would justify to spend a huge amount of time.

About MAC instructions, they can only be used in very limited cases and that are difficult to identify. Pixel computing could be one of these cases but if the compiler doesn't generate MAC instructions by itself, that means the code needs to be updated step by step.

When I investigated that, the most consuming part was in a filter operation. Even trying to optimize, the pressure was so high that the effects were not visible.

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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Quote:
Look forward to seeing an update which fixes the DVD video issue.

Quote:
I still haven't actually tried the new library


Sometimes reading you is like watching a bad comedian...

Quote:
I saw several reports about DVD colour problems, and I assumed that this had been reported to the library's developers...


Yes, and the issue got fixed several weeks ago.


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Raziel can also test last beta but he has never given a sign of life


He replies to me directly rather than "to the list". No such kind of problems at any time on his machine as well.

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Cool. Thats fine

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I watched two 350mb avi-clips yesterday on my Aone 500 and its working okay. The picture looks a bit slow smts in fullscreen. I hope we can get a new updated version soon to play around with.

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I am hardly going to install a library which is known to cause problems with DVD playback am I? But I will most likely install the next version, since in all other cases it seems to now be working fine (by all reports I have seen).

It's sad to see someone stoop to insulting others (apparently without even engaging their brain first). And even sadder to see it happening on Amigans.net . I'm not even sure what I did to offend you.

But since I was trying to be helpful (within the limits of my available time), I shall know better to not try next time.


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Re: Avcodec.library bounty update
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Sorry for not addressing the ml or this thread.

I dont have much free time nowadays, but will of course do everything i can to help development on project i actually can.

Just for the record...i *never* had crash issues with any of the lib builds (though i might have skipped some builds due to missing spare time).
The only thing i encountered was a gfx corruption of the sorts of "colour smearing" while a slow camera movement in the video took place...i wasnt even able to write a proper bug report, as it was fixed so fast

I am in work again right now and cant participate in the beta testing until next week, but the only thing i am actually testing right now anyway is the speed difference between altivec and non-altivec builds, because everything else runs fine

I hope to have helped a little bit

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