[Cin] Crash on playback

Mark Goldberg marklgoldberg at gmail.com
Fri Jan 21 03:32:01 CET 2022

I could not get that to crash no matter what the settings. It seems it will
only do vdpau with X11, not X11 Opengl. With X11 Opengl, it says

err: Operation not permitted
FFStream::decode: failed
HW device init failed, using SW decode.

but it works fine with X11 direct render.

With X11 Direct Render it will play 10 bit 4K60 at 60 fps. I have a Nvidia
GTX-1050 with 2 GB on this computer. With the price of video cards, that is
all there is going to be.  I do have a GTX-1650 with 4 GB on another
computer that runs Fedora 34, but that is the entertainment computer that
is pretty much for watching the final result.



On Thu, Jan 20, 2022 at 6:51 PM Phyllis Smith <phylsmith2017 at gmail.com>

> Mark,
>> It does not crash when using X11 OpenGL, only X11. X11 with direct render
>> does not seem to be faster when using vdpau, so I think I have a workable
>> solution that does not require extra tracks.
> Curiouser and curiouser.  I checked and I was using X11 and not OpenGL.
> I have created a multibit AppImage on my Fedora 29 computer(which is an
> HP/Intel/Broadwell graphics board) and have uploaded it.  When I tested
> this AppImage moved to an AMD Ryzen-7 (with a Radeon graphics board) vdpau
> worked for me on tutorial.mp4 file.  It did not work with DSCF0220.MOV
> though probably due to limitations of my board.  When you have time and the
> inclination, you should see if it works for you by downloading:
> https://cinelerra-gg.org/download/testing/cin-x86_older-distros_multibit.AppImage
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