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masa
Journeyman III

how to get a data or presentation time stamp.

When decoding by an OpenVideo decoder, what do I have to execute in order to get a time stamp?

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himanshu_gautam
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Re: how to get a data or presentation time stamp.

Hi

Please elaborate you question . I am not getting exactly.

Also please provide us the system configuration details like

1. OS

2. GPU

3. catalyst driver version

4. any dependent softwares/tools

Anyways the below link may help you

http://developer.amd.com/wordpress/media/2012/10/OpenVideo_Decode_API.PDF

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masa
Journeyman III

Re: how to get a data or presentation time stamp.

I am poor at English.

Please forgive, even if there is a strange expression.

1. OS

Windows7 Ultimate x64 SP1

2. GPU

HD7770

3. catalyst driver version

Latest version(13.9)

4. any dependent softwares/tools

Visual Studio 2008 / 2010 / 2012.

I already decoded a H.264 stream by OpenVideo(decoding order).

but I require a 'display order', not a 'decoding order'.

I need a time stamp, in order to sort to 'display order' myself.

I checked OpenVideo Decoder sample, however OpenVideo Decoder sample was not accurate sort to 'display order'.

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himanshu_gautam
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Re: how to get a data or presentation time stamp.

Hi

I think you have to use timer separately to get the time stamp. As of i know there is no built in time stamp api. I had tried to figure out it. But couldnt get any other solutions.

Let us know in case if you get any better solutions for this. All the best

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