Includes AMD E-350 ATI Radeon HD 6310, 4Gb DDR3. Installed Ubuntu 11.04 (also tried 11.10).
Problems when playing videos. If you enable video hardware acceleration, then when watching 720p video there are artifacts when viewing HD green ruffle instead of the video or just a green screen. If hardware acceleration is disabled, the processor is loaded on full, but no ripples, you can watch 720p and FullHD brakes.
Tried propietary driver from the repository, if you tried a third-party fglrx.
Tell me how to configure the video card and which drivers still use to watch video with hardware acceleration with no brakes?
vaapi (it is something like vdpau, but for AMD/ATI) have enabled in MPlayer?
melyna.Mertz89 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:37
First, try to disable all Vsync using ccsm, and then in the driver settings to enable Settings system — reducing interference and Manager display — digital display — tuning is to Use a graph. processor for scaling.
Also examine the output of vainfo, try to compile vlc 2.0 with support for vaapi, then run vlc --fmpeg-hw
Alta.Kuhn1 answered on October 8th 19 at 00:39
Yes this is an old bug, back in the year 2009-2010 the same thing the creature on the laptop when watching movies from youtube. On the last quick already, this was not=)