DirectX Video Acceleration
This section contains information about Microsoft DirectX Video Acceleration (DirectX VA). This is an application programming interface (API) and a corresponding motion compensation device driver interface (DDI) for acceleration of digital video decoding. The following additional DDIs are also provided as part of DirectX VA:
A deinterlacing DDI for deinterlacing and frame-rate conversion of video content.
A ProcAmp DDI to support ProcAmp control and postprocessing of video content.
A COPP DDI for protecting video content.
Driver writers who are creating DirectX VA drivers for Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 1 (SP1) and later should use the dxva.h header file. This contains the structures and enumerations used for video acceleration and deinterlacing, and frame-rate conversion.
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