The maximum resolution of any file decoded via the hardware decode block is 1080P, no matter where the output is being routed to. The wall effect is an output filter, so It's going to blit the output buffer to multiple windows (ouch! lots of memory bandwidth).aBUGSworstnightmare wrote: ↑Thu Nov 22, 2018 2:20 pmUnderstood.
So, maybe I need to re-phrase my question.
VLC offers a '--wall' command which allows to split a single video over different screens. Is this supported on RPi too?
So, if the decoding block is used in this case as well the input file resolution is 1080P, correct? Has anybody tested already if you can go full-screen from that (by douible-clicking each window)?
No, going fullscreen on those windows won't work using the new splitter. As stated above, that routes the raw YUV to the display, so without special handling of display regions, display numbers, and a number of other factors, it won't be possible to use the fully hardware accelerated path.