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Apparently some patch(es) from 102/103 are missing here - on my Intel Skylake setup, intel_gpu_top reports VAAPI to be working on 103 but not on this build here. All settings/video formats tested etc. are the same. Maybe one of the sandbox patches?
I am getting memory leaks that render the computer inoperable with this version. Playing a few videos on youtube fills up the ram, zram and swap. Downgrading to 101.0-1 resolves the problem.
VAAPI does not work for me on AMD unfortunately. media.ffmpeg.vaapi.enabled is false, and I still get /usr/share/libdrm/amdgpu.ids: Permission denied in the logs, even if i flip the preference to true.
On my Skylake system you might see a blip in the Video engine in intel_gpu_top when the youtube video page is loading but for for video decoding VAAPI is still non-functional unless I disable RDD sandbox.
On Kaby Lake still no VA-API without disabling the RDD sandbox. The same issues are still there. Hopefully it'll be fixed in a next patch or when v.102 launches.
This update has been obsoleted.
I've had several plugin crashes and videos either don't play or buffer for a prolonged time.
Thanks for testing, will check in Intel then.
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