[Cin] Cinelerra & GPU
p.autourduglobe at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 18:29:36 CEST 2019
Thanks for the clarification, Sam.
A message from Phyllis tells me to wait for a new version for Mint-18.3
that will be ready later today.
I guess the indications will then be a little more precise, namely
whether the different procedures should be done according to the CPU
manufacturer... or the GPU.
On 19-04-25 12 h 07, Sam wrote:
> Hi Pierre,
> Yes, that's right. You start Cinelerra from the terminal.
> I have entered the following:
> CIN_HW_DEV=vdpau ./cin
> You can try this:
> If you don't notice any difference, then you have to install the
> following package libva-vdpau-driver. I also have a Nvidia graphics card
> and CIN_HW_DEV=vdpau is the only one that works.
> I have also set X11-OpenGL in the Cinelerra settings. You have to try
> it, the best way to see it is to watch the CPU load. Less CPU load is
> On 25.04.19 17:57, Pierre autourduglobe wrote:
>> Hi Phylis,
>> I would like to test your procedure with the video card (Nvidia
>> GTX-750Ti) on my computer (equipped with an Intel i7 3770k CPU), but I
>> don't really understand the indications.
>> If I follow you well
>> First - Install "libva-dev" (since the CPU of my computer is made by
>> Second - Use the "X11" video driver in Cin-GG.
>> Then I don't understand the indications concerning a "environment
>> Does it simply mean that I launch Cin-GG by the command
>> "CIN_HW_DEV=vaapi./cin" in a terminal opened from the folder where the
>> Cin-GG installation is located?
>> On 19-04-25 08 h 06, Sam wrote:
>>> How to use IF you have the appropriate graphics board and the proper
>>> libraries installed:
>>> 1) You need to have libva-dev installed on Intel processors;
>>> 2) or you need to have libvdpau-dev installed on AMD processors.
>>> 3) Verify Settings->Preferences, Playback, Video Driver is set to X11
>>> (NOT X11-OpenGL).
>>> 4) Before starting CinelerraGG, set an environment variable --
>>> because this is so new and we do not have the capability of testing
>>> across all hardware and all operating system distros, we used an
>>> environment variable in order to make it easily reversible by the
>>> user. To run in the installed directory:
>>> CIN_HW_DEV=vaapi ./cin (for Intel)
>>> Or CIN_HW_DEV=vdpau ./cin
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