[FFmpeg-trac] #3138(undetermined:new): VDPAU: MPEG-4 Video Corruption/Garbling with Radeon hardware decoding

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Fri Nov 15 01:40:28 CET 2013

#3138: VDPAU: MPEG-4 Video Corruption/Garbling with Radeon hardware decoding
             Reporter:  aphirst      |                    Owner:
                 Type:  defect       |                   Status:  new
             Priority:  normal       |                Component:
              Version:  2.1          |  undetermined
             Keywords:  vdpau asp    |               Resolution:
             Blocking:               |               Blocked By:
Analyzed by developer:  0            |  Reproduced by developer:  0

Comment (by aphirst):

 I haven't been able to build & install a full `ffmpeg-git` package tonight
 (I must have mucked something up, I'll get back to it), but I can still
 offer something.

 1. The Arch Linux AUR package/script for `mpv-build-git` builds mpv with a
 ''statically-linked'' `ffmpeg-git`, which I ''was'' able to get working. I
 cloned and built it at approximately GMT 23:00 14/11/2013, and I think
 that corresponds to `9244a680`, but to be sure here are the internal
 version numbers it reports (higher than 2.1 stable at the very least):

       * `libavutil       52.53.100`
       * `libavcodec      55.43.100`
       * `libavformat     55.21.100`
       * `libswscale      2.5.101`
       * `libavfilter     3.91.100`
       * `libavresample   1.1.0`

    I can confirm that that has exactly the same problematic behaviour as I
 initially reported.

 2. If by stating a specific older version you wanted to know if versions
 prior to that commit (on 17/08/2013) still present my issue; then I've
 been able to downgrade to the stable FFmpeg builds from just before then
 (specifically 2.0.0 and 2.0.1). I of course also downgraded mplayer and
 mpv to appropriate versions. Suffice to say, the problem is there too.

 But yeah, sorry I haven't yet been able to test the specific version you
 requested; I just hope that what I have currently been able to do still
 has some relevance.

Ticket URL: <https://ffmpeg.org/trac/ffmpeg/ticket/3138#comment:4>
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