I am currently trying to run Stadia 4K gameplay in Ubuntu 20.04, which demands VP9 hardware accelerated decoding.
So far, I've tried both Brave and Chromium with hardware acceleration enabled, and I tried this tutorial: How To Enable Hardware Acceleration In Chromium On Ubuntu Or Linux Mint for installing a VA-API patched PPA build enabling hardware acceleration in Ubuntu, without success.
My current system configuration is:
Computer: Dell Latitude 5490 Distro: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS CPU: Intel i7-8650U (4.2 GHz) GPU: Nvidia GeForce MX130 GPU: Intel UHD Graphics 620 Graphics driver: nvidia-driver-440
Apparently, hardware acceleration does not work with Nvidia GPUs, but should work with Intel integrated GPU. However, selecting Intel GPU in Nvidia X Server settings, does not make hardware acceleration work as it should. It also made my system very slow and choppy when I use an external monitor.
How can I set up hardware acceleration correctly?
Output from running
vdpauinfo returns the following:
display: :1 screen: 0 GPU at BusId 0x3 doesn't have a supported video decoder Error creating VDPAU device: 1
Шаги, которые я предпринял, чтобы запустить геймплей Stadia 4K в Ubuntu 20 в Chrome (возможно, он работает и в Chromium):