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https://github.com/intel/media-drive...l-media-20.3.0

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Enabled AV1 4:2:0 8bit and 10bit decoding for both driver and MSDK, up to 8K video decoding and 16K still picture decoding.
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On windows there is no AV1 decoding support in the driver at the moment, the first public driver 27.20.100.8778 don't support it.
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Twitch has a 120fps/1440p 8mb/s av1 vod on this channel
https://www.twitch.tv/videos/637388605
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Amlogic S905X4 android tv 10 boxes available October 30th. (which can hardware decode AV1): https://www.mecoolonline.com/collect...m6#MainContent

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