How to Add MPEG-2 and VC-1 Video Codec Support to Your Raspberry Pi
When i play with gst-launch playbin2 uri=file://hdfffsdf.mp4 file its playing but video is playing with very low speed.before hardware decoders license apply also same speed and after enable hardware decoders license also same speed.Then i searched for different forums i have found omxh264dec, omxmpeg4videodec are i=need to get in gst-inspect.But i am not getting can any one tell me which plugin is having omxh264dec, mxmpeg4videodec ?
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Interesting. You have to purchase a license for mpeg2 decode, yes? I guess Channels has that built in when it uses Intel HW transcode? Which is more CPU-intensive: decoding mpeg2 or encoding H.264 (I'd guess the latter).
there is the chance that ffmpeg actually checks if the HW is omx capable or not, and if tvheadend ask ffpmeg for the available codec, it doesn't report it, since I run on a banana pi, I will check this when RPi3 will arrive.Now, coming back to your results:I suspect that the reason why the cpu usage is so high, is that the mpeg2 is software decoded.I see that your ffmpeg test use an avi as source, maybe this avi is a divx or in general an mp4 video. While with tvheadend I assume you try to transcode a DVB-S stream, that normally is MPEG2So, please remember that the omx hardware decoding of mpeg2 on RPi3 is locked, to unlock it you must buy a (very cheap) mpeg2 license. see here:
Do you have the license? If not, for the low price it costs, maybe you can just buy it and try. I'm not familiar with the codec pickup logic in tvheaded, so I cannot guarantee that it automatically switch to hardware mpeg2 decoding, but still the license is so cheap...Another thing is the resize: are you resizing the source?