Vp9 encode on kabylake windows

Vp9 encode on kabylake windows

All,

As per our understanding Vp9 encode (both hardware and software) is supported by kabylake .

Is there any place where we can find relevant installation for windows (media sdk/server studio).

In addition, can somebody share the path for the examples using which vp9 encoding can be done?

Regards,

Ranjit

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Hi,

We tried using sample_encode example downloaded from following link and found that it does not support vp9 encode.

https://software.intel.com/en-us/media-sdk/documentation/code-samples

   Is there any example using which we can generate vp9 streams?

Regards,

Ranjit

Hi there,

Is there any updates regarding hardware supported VP9 encoding with Kabylake ?

I downloaded the latest Intel Media SDK and code samples, but it is still not supported.

Please help!

Regards,

Edward

VP9 encoder is available on Linux only via VA API
No hardware accelerated support on Windows
The Kabu Lake family of processors marketed as VP9-accelerated, but no encoding support on Windows

Use libvpx instead

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Michael D. wrote:

VP9 encoder is available on Linux only via VA API
No hardware accelerated support on Windows
The Kabu Lake family of processors marketed as VP9-accelerated, but no encoding support on Windows

Use libvpx instead

I can not find this statement anywhere else but here. However I can't get VP9 encoding to work (MFX_ERR_UNSUPPORTED), so I suppose it's true. Anyone from Intel to confirm this?

Hi Ranjit,

As far as I know, VP9 encoder support is added as the preview feature in MSDK for Windows for Cannon Lake:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2018/03/07/whats-new-in-intel-med...

Mark

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Liu, Mark (Intel) wrote:

Hi Ranjit,

As far as I know, VP9 encoder support is added as the preview feature in MSDK for Windows for Cannon Lake:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2018/03/07/whats-new-in-intel-med...

Mark

That document only states that two new encoding adjustment controls were added to already existing VP9 encoding capabilities. Or is VP9 encoding a Cannon Lake only feature?

 

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