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[STICKY] MX Player 10-bit Video and HEVC Discussion

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6th March 2017, 07:01 PM |#541  
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Yes, even pc cant play 10-bit video on hw

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11th March 2017, 06:10 PM |#542  
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Originally Posted by krasCGQ

Unless it explicitly says "HEVC Main10" or "HEVC 10-bit", the SoC won't have hardware decoding support for HEVC 10-bit videos.

Going to disagree here, manufacturers don't feel the need to include this information most of the time. My Snapdragon 820 device with Adreno 530 does not support 10-bit AVC(H.264), however it does HW+ decode 10-bit HEVC. Wikipedia properly lists the addition of 10-bit encoding and decoding for HEVC to the hardware, but Qualcomm's own website does not. 625 was released close to 820 so it's worth a try, but it can go either way.

Incidentally, the SIP on Nvidia's 10 series cards also supports 10-bit decoding for desktop.
14th March 2017, 07:59 AM |#543  
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Thanks, that worked, but YUV still works with 8 bit video. Maybe it's a bug of some kind (colorspace conversion, maybe)?

It's a bug on ffmpeg side. It's already fixed on internal codes. The next update will bring the fixes to this issue.
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