[meta-freescale] Chromium acceleration
eric.nelson at boundarydevices.com
Wed Apr 2 07:16:12 PDT 2014
On 04/02/2014 03:29 AM, Boszormenyi Zoltan wrote:
> 2014-04-01 21:22 keltezéssel, Eric Nelson írta:
>> Mahyar updated these patches to apply against the chromium-35.0.1883.0
>> build currently in meta-browser.
>> Additional notes to follow, but this appears to achieve HTML5 video
>> against Webm/Ogg videos when chromium is started with these command
>> line arguments:
>> --ignore-gpu-blacklist --enable-gpu --usegl-egl
> you meant "--use-gl=egl".
> I have rebuilt Chromium with these patches. The result cannot play a
> short MP4 video from a file:// URL.
> The console output is very suspicious, libGAL complains about a missing
> ID file that actually exists.
> The image about the console is attached.
> This is a copy of the original message, I cancelled waiting for moderation.
> The original image exceeded the list limits so I reduced it to 16-color
There's a lesson here that you should be putting console output
either directly into your e-mail (trimmed to important points).
Putting the output into an image makes it slow to read and tedious
From what I can tell, you aren't running on an image that otherwise
supports GPU or VPU acceleration. That's a pre-requisite for this,
and I recommend using fsl-image-gui or some other known good
Also note that we sent these patches not to imply that they're
fully functional, but to allow others to have a working example
for exploring the code.
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