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Video Core Next

Video Core Next is AMD's brand for its dedicated video encoding and decoding hardware core. It is a family of hardware accelerator designs for encoding and decoding video, and is built into AMD's graphics processing units (GPUs) since AMD Raven Ridge, released January 2018.

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Video Core Next is AMD's successor ASIC to both the Unified Video Decoder and Video Coding Engine designs, which are hardware accelerators for video decoding and encoding, respectively. It can be used to decode, encode and transcode ("sync") video streams, for example, a DVD or Blu-ray Disc to a format appropriate to, for example, a smartphone. Unlike video encoding on a CPU or a general-purpose GPU, Video Core Next is a dedicated hardware core on the processor die. This application-specific integrated circuit design allows for much more power-efficient video processing.

Video Core Next supports: MPEG2 Decode, MPEG4 Decode, VC-1 Decode, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Encode/Decode, HEVC Encode/Decode, and VP9 Decode.

VCN 2.0 is implemented with Navi products and the Renoir APU. The feature set remains the same as VCN 1.0. VCN 3.0 is implemented with Navi 2 products.

Video Core Next Video decoding/encoding support
Implementation H.262 (MPEG-2) MPEG-4 VC-1/ WMV 9 H.264 (MPEG-4 AVC) H.265 (HEVC) VP9 AV1 JPEG 4:4:4 (Chroma Subsampling)
Decoding Decoding Decoding Decoding / Encoding Decoding / Encoding Decoding Decoding Decoding
VCN1.0 Raven, Picasso Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
VCN 2.0 RDNA1
VCN 2.2 Renoir, Cezanne Yes Yes
VCN 2.5 Arcturus Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
VCN 2.6 Aldebaran ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
VCN 3.0 Navi 2, Van Gogh (RDNA2) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes (?K decoding) Yes (?K decoding) Yes Yes
VCN 3.1 Rembrandt (RDNA2) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Hardware video hardware technologies

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Intel

Qualcomm

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Video Core Next
Video Core Next Article Talk Language Watch Edit Video Core Next is AMD s brand for its dedicated video encoding and decoding hardware core It is a family of hardware accelerator designs for encoding and decoding video and is built into AMD s graphics processing units GPUs since AMD Raven Ridge released January 2018 Contents 1 Background 2 Support 3 See also 3 1 Hardware video hardware technologies 3 1 1 Nvidia 3 1 2 AMD 3 1 3 Intel 4 ReferencesBackground EditVideo Core Next is AMD s successor ASIC to both the Unified Video Decoder and Video Coding Engine designs 1 which are hardware accelerators for video decoding and encoding respectively It can be used to decode encode and transcode sync video streams for example a DVD or Blu ray Disc to a format appropriate to for example a smartphone Unlike video encoding on a CPU or a general purpose GPU Video Core Next is a dedicated hardware core on the processor die This application specific integrated circuit design allows for much more power efficient video processing 2 3 Support EditVideo Core Next supports MPEG2 Decode MPEG4 Decode VC 1 Decode H 264 MPEG 4 AVC Encode Decode HEVC Encode Decode and VP9 Decode 4 VCN 2 0 is implemented with Navi products and the Renoir APU The feature set remains the same as VCN 1 0 VCN 3 0 is implemented with Navi 2 products 5 Video Core Next Video decoding encoding support 4 Implementation H 262 MPEG 2 MPEG 4 VC 1 WMV 9 H 264 MPEG 4 AVC H 265 HEVC VP9 AV1 JPEG 4 4 4 Chroma Subsampling Decoding Decoding Decoding Decoding Encoding Decoding Encoding Decoding Decoding DecodingVCN 1 0 Raven Picasso Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No YesVCN 2 0 RDNA1VCN 2 2 Renoir Cezanne Yes YesVCN 2 5 Arcturus Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No YesVCN 2 6 Aldebaran 6 VCN 3 0 Navi 2 Van Gogh RDNA2 7 8 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes K decoding Yes K decoding Yes YesVCN 3 1 Rembrandt RDNA2 9 See also EditHardware video hardware technologies Edit Nvidia Edit PureVideo NvidiaGeForce 256 s Motion Compensation High Definition Video Processor Video Processing Engine Nvidia NVENC Nvidia NVDECAMD Edit Unified Video Decoder AMD Video Shader ATIIntel Edit Quick Sync Video Intel Clear Video Intel Qualcomm Qualcomm HexagonReferences Edit Larabel Michael 17 November 2017 Radeon VCN Encode Support Lands In Mesa 17 4 Git Phoronix Retrieved 20 November 2017 Intel s Second Gen Core CPUs The Sandy Bridge Review Sandy Bridge s Secret Weapon Quick Sync Tom s Hardware Retrieved 2011 08 30 The Sandy Bridge Review Intel Core i7 2600K i5 2500K and Core i3 2100 Tested AnandTech Retrieved 2014 04 05 a b X Org Radeon Feature Matrix Video Core Next AMD Lands VCN 3 0 Video Encode Support For Navi 2 Sienna Cichlid Phoronix www phoronix com Retrieved 2020 06 18 AMD Radeon Aldebaran GPU Support Published For Next Gen CDNA www phoronix com Retrieved 2021 07 05 AMD Radeon Navi 2 VCN 3 0 Supports AV1 Video Decoding Phoronix www phoronix com Retrieved 2020 11 20 AMD s Van Gogh Chips to Have DDR5 Navi 2 Graphics www tomshardware com Retrieved 2021 08 15 AMD Radeon RX 6000 GPU specs spotted in MacOS beta code hexus net Retrieved 2021 07 03 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Video Core Next amp oldid 1038875478, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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