According to the release note (August 2017)
Intel Atom® SoC E3900 Family, Intel® Celeron® Processor N3350, and Intel® Pentium® Processor N4200 Board Support Package for Yocto Project*—MR3.1 Release
3.2.5 Unsupported or discontinued features (p17)
GStreamer VA PI multi-stream decode with H264 not more supported ?????
Is somebody doing multi-stream H264 decoding on Apollo Lake I ???
Is there an other way besides GStreamer ?
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Asked the question on the Yocto mailing list...
The guys bounce the issue back to Intel.
Did some checking and it could be and issue with the Intel Media SDK for embedded Linux MR3.1.
This component provides the Gstreamer based components for H264 decoding for Apollo Lake I.
Tried to download the release note M3.1 for this component and was blocked.
Could you please point to where I can get support for this issue... Don't think this is code that is in public domain... So can't expect public domain support to solve this...
Do you need to use the Intel Media SDK for embedded Linux to achieve the highest performance in terms of H264 multi-stream decoding ????