12 Replies Latest reply on Jan 30, 2017 12:14 PM by Intel Corporation

    What about video encoding performance of Joule?


      Hi there,

      On the various Joule datasheets (1.0, 1.1) there is a clear reference to its video encoding capabilities, up to 4KP60 for H.264 standard.

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      I benchmarked the libva under OstroXT, and what I achieve is a maximum of 1080P90 on preallocated buffers, already mapped as NV12. Real-world contexts would be far more stressing the system (Bayer input via MIPI, non-zero copy memory contexts and so on)... how to achieve the maximum claimed performance of 1080P240 or 4KP60?


      Thanks in advance.