I'm trying to see if I can use native/accellerated video decoding in the
web browser. With an origin trail setup, I get access to `VideoDecoder`
and `VideoEncoder`. But when I try and create any `avc1` codec (eg
`avc1.420028`) I get`Failed to execute...
You mean, it works in quest? the decoder? (you see a rainbow image?) The
API is there for sure, just won't create an actual decoder I did
write&test this before 16.0 went up, so maybe the latest version of the
browser supports it?
No. You can test this easily, open any website not on the origin trial
(eg, this one :), open dev tools and type into the console`new
VideoEncoder`or `new VideoDecoder`it will error as the symbol is missing
(enabling via chrome://flags or origin tria...
Im not looking for AV1 support. Im using h264 (which the quest does have
hardware support for) AVC1, or AVCC is the name of h264 codecs.
(Different from AV1) you can register domains for origin trials with
google. Then embed a meta tag in a page (see...