Is transcoding with HW supported, like Intel QuickSync?
I plan to install this on a Asus Chromebox, would be awesome if it supported transcoding using the GPU, since the CPU in Chromebox is weak
Deactivated you mean
Or that, I'm confused now
Btw, have you tried "Supermodel" emulator? I wanted to emulate Super Model 3 roms. Not sure if you included this emulator or not. I should compile it from the source, does this distro have all the necessary stuff to compile it?
Yup, it was me who activated it, thinking it was a good thing
I use a NUC which is also Intel HD, and Super Mario 64 is smooth as butter here. I think a Celeron 2955U might be a bit weak for proper N64 emulation.
Ah, I see. The OEM packages means all my extra packages, so disabling that you'll have a plain LibreELEC build. You can start with the RPi2 package in packages/escalade/oem/RPi2, so copy it to Odroid_C2 and give it a shot. I'm guessing you will run into compile issues with some of the packages.
Hum, but I get stable 60fps, maybe it's just that I'm more sensible? Not sure, I'll make a video and try other games aswell!
EDIT: found the issue, I activated "Threaded Video" and that makes buttery smooth vsync impossible!
Hey Escalade, your build works really well, loving it! I'm using it on a ASUS Chromebox (2955U) hooked up to a LG TV (47LM640S).
I'm having some issues having smooth vsync in emulation, I've only tried N64 Super Mario, it plays just fine at 60fps, but there's a little bit of stuttering (not smooth enough) and I think it's related to the refresh rate setting in Retro Arch, the estimated refresh rate is N/A and I'm not sure how to find the best refresh rate for my LG TV.
Having 60fps the game should be smooth as butter, but that's not the case, when rotating Mario for example you see tidbits of stuttering on the backgrounds, it's kinda annoying.
Will try this today on my ChromeBox!
Could you update to the latest commit the RPi2 build too? Would like to try it aswell.
Thanks a lot!