libva 2.2.0-1 source package in Ubuntu

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libva (2.2.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Felipe Sateler ]
  * Change maintainer address to <email address hidden>

  [ Matteo F. Vescovi ]
  * debian/control: drop myself from Uploaders

  [ Sebastian Ramacher ]
  * New upstream release.
  * debian/control:
    - Bump Standards-Version.
    - Add Provides for new ABI version.
    - Remove old Pre-Depends.
  * debian/: Update upstream URL.
  * debian/libva2.symbols: Bump symbol versions for new profiles.

 -- Sebastian Ramacher <email address hidden>  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 20:40:41 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Debian Multimedia Team on 2018-07-16
Uploaded to:
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Original maintainer:
Debian Multimedia Team
Architectures:
any
Section:
libs
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libva-dev: Video Acceleration (VA) API for Linux -- development files

 Video Acceleration API (VA API) is a library ("libVA") and API specification
 which enables and provides access to graphics hardware (GPU) acceleration for
 video processing on Linux and UNIX based operating systems. Accelerated
 processing includes video decoding, video encoding, subpicture blending and
 rendering. The specification was originally designed by Intel for its GMA
 (Graphics Media Accelerator) series of GPU hardware, the API is however not
 limited to GPUs or Intel specific hardware, as other hardware and manufacturers
 can also freely use this API for hardware accelerated video decoding.
 .
 This package provides the development environment for libva.

libva-drm2: Video Acceleration (VA) API for Linux -- DRM runtime

 Video Acceleration API (VA API) is a library ("libVA") and API specification
 which enables and provides access to graphics hardware (GPU) acceleration for
 video processing on Linux and UNIX based operating systems. Accelerated
 processing includes video decoding, video encoding, subpicture blending and
 rendering. The specification was originally designed by Intel for its GMA
 (Graphics Media Accelerator) series of GPU hardware, the API is however not
 limited to GPUs or Intel specific hardware, as other hardware and manufacturers
 can also freely use this API for hardware accelerated video decoding.
 .
 This package provides the libva-drm library.

libva-drm2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libva-drm2
libva-glx2: Video Acceleration (VA) API for Linux -- GLX runtime

 Video Acceleration API (VA API) is a library ("libVA") and API specification
 which enables and provides access to graphics hardware (GPU) acceleration for
 video processing on Linux and UNIX based operating systems. Accelerated
 processing includes video decoding, video encoding, subpicture blending and
 rendering. The specification was originally designed by Intel for its GMA
 (Graphics Media Accelerator) series of GPU hardware, the API is however not
 limited to GPUs or Intel specific hardware, as other hardware and manufacturers
 can also freely use this API for hardware accelerated video decoding.
 .
 This package provides the libva-glx library.

libva-glx2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libva-glx2
libva-wayland2: Video Acceleration (VA) API for Linux -- Wayland runtime

 Video Acceleration API (VA API) is a library ("libVA") and API specification
 which enables and provides access to graphics hardware (GPU) acceleration for
 video processing on Linux and UNIX based operating systems. Accelerated
 processing includes video decoding, video encoding, subpicture blending and
 rendering. The specification was originally designed by Intel for its GMA
 (Graphics Media Accelerator) series of GPU hardware, the API is however not
 limited to GPUs or Intel specific hardware, as other hardware and manufacturers
 can also freely use this API for hardware accelerated video decoding.
 .
 This package provides the libva-wayland library.

libva-wayland2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libva-wayland2
libva-x11-2: Video Acceleration (VA) API for Linux -- X11 runtime

 Video Acceleration API (VA API) is a library ("libVA") and API specification
 which enables and provides access to graphics hardware (GPU) acceleration for
 video processing on Linux and UNIX based operating systems. Accelerated
 processing includes video decoding, video encoding, subpicture blending and
 rendering. The specification was originally designed by Intel for its GMA
 (Graphics Media Accelerator) series of GPU hardware, the API is however not
 limited to GPUs or Intel specific hardware, as other hardware and manufacturers
 can also freely use this API for hardware accelerated video decoding.
 .
 This package provides the libva-x11 library.

libva-x11-2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libva-x11-2
libva2: Video Acceleration (VA) API for Linux -- runtime

 Video Acceleration API (VA API) is a library ("libVA") and API specification
 which enables and provides access to graphics hardware (GPU) acceleration for
 video processing on Linux and UNIX based operating systems. Accelerated
 processing includes video decoding, video encoding, subpicture blending and
 rendering. The specification was originally designed by Intel for its GMA
 (Graphics Media Accelerator) series of GPU hardware, the API is however not
 limited to GPUs or Intel specific hardware, as other hardware and manufacturers
 can also freely use this API for hardware accelerated video decoding.
 .
 This package provides the main libva library.

libva2-dbgsym: debug symbols for libva2
va-driver-all: Video Acceleration (VA) API -- driver metapackage

 This package depends on the full suite of drivers for the Video Acceleration
 API (VA API). It does not provide any drivers itself, and may be removed if
 you wish to only have certain drivers installed.