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Submission + - AMD Open-Sources "VCE" Video Encode Engine (phoronix.com)

An anonymous reader writes: AMD's latest feature added to their open-source Radeon DRM graphics driver is VCE video encoding via a large code drop that happened this morning. A patched kernel and Mesa will now allow the Radeon driver with their latest-generation hardware to provide low-latency H.264 video encoding on the GPU rather than CPU. The support is still being tuned and it only supports the VCE2 engine but the patches can be found on the mailing list until they land in the trunk in the coming months.
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AMD Open-Sources "VCE" Video Encode Engine

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