Intel Sandy Bridge VA-API Video Acceleration Performance
Posted on: 03/08/2011 11:10 AM

Phoronix takes a look at the Intel Sandy Bridge VA-API Video Acceleration Performance

Intel Sandy Bridge VA-API Video Acceleration Performance


There have been a number of Intel Sandy Bridge articles on Phoronix since the January launch of this next-generation Intel CPU micro-architecture. It's ranged from the Linux support being challenging to dealing with motherboard problems and then the graphics performance being fast relative to previous generations of Intel graphics and for being based upon the classic Mesa driver architecture, but much slower than Windows. Last week then the Sandy Bridge Linux performance became much more interesting after a simple patch led to a huge performance win to the point that the open-source Linux driver performance is much closer to their full-featured Microsoft Windows driver. What is the next chapter in the Intel Sandy Bridge Linux story? A look at the VA-API video acceleration playback performance.



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