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Old 07-03-09, 02:38 PM   #130
rworne
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Default Re: VDPAU testing tool

OK, I'm at wit's end here.

MythBuntu, Jaunty (Intrepid was hosed, too). Running the 180 nvidia drivers:
Code:
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad  CPU   Q8200  @ 2.33GHz
NVIDIA GPU GeForce 9800 GT (G92) at PCI:1:0:0 (GPU-0)

VDPAU API version : 0
VDPAU implementation : Unknown

SURFACE GET BITS: 889.181 M/s
SURFACE PUT BITS: 680.385 M/s

MPEG DECODING (1920x1080): 28 frames/s
MPEG DECODING (1280x720): 61 frames/s
H264 DECODING (1920x1080): 11 frames/s
H264 DECODING (1280x720): 25 frames/s
VC1 DECODING (1440x1080): 36 frames/s

MIXER WEAVE (1920x1080): 2072 frames/s
MIXER BOB (1920x1080): 4530 fields/s
MIXER TEMPORAL (1920x1080): 921 fields/s
MIXER TEMPORAL + SKIP_CHROMA (1920x1080): 1241 fields/s
MIXER TEMPORAL_SPATIAL (1920x1080): 326 fields/s
MIXER TEMPORAL_SPATIAL + SKIP_CHROMA (1920x1080): 358 fields/s
EDIT:

I installed the 185 drivers, and it doesn't even get this far. It locks up the X display during the MPEG test. The motherboard is an ASUS P5Q-EM with an Intel G45 chipset and 2GB of RAM. The onboard graphics are disabled, of course. Using the normal nvidia-glx gives quite good results.

Video card is an EVGA 9800 GT, 650MHz GPU, 512MB, 1900MHz effective memory speed. I really am at a total loss to these horrid numbers.

As a comparison, glxgears gives numbers like:

92873 frames in 5.0 seconds = 18564.407 FPS, which sounds plenty fast.
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