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CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain
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CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain

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Presentation CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain at the AMD Developer Summit (APU13) November 11-13, 2013.

Presentation CE-4028, Miracast with AMD Wireless Display technology – Kickass gaming and other usages, by Daryl-Sartain at the AMD Developer Summit (APU13) November 11-13, 2013.

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  • 1. MIRACAST™ WITH AMD WIRELESS DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY KICKASS GAMING AND OTHER USAGES DARYL SARTAIN – TECHNOLOGY ENABLING GROUP
  • 2. AGENDA  Miracast Wireless Display Overview ‒ Industry standards ‒ Market adoption/directions  AMD Wireless Display Solutions ‒ Miracast and DLNA  Hardware Architectures ‒ Typical hardware designs ‒ AMD Excellence!  AMD Media SDK Update 2 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 3. ABSTRACT AMD has truly exceeded the performance expectations in the wireless display market. With a standards compliant protocol, the AMD Wireless Display solution consistently achieves end-to-end latency better than competitive solutions and as much as 3x to 4x lower than the competition. The AWD architecture is fully integrated into AMD’s graphics driver resulting in a seamless user experience where the remote display appears to be ‘wired’. This is the industry’s first Miracast Wireless Display source, leveraging internal WiFi module, capable of ‘first person shooter GAMING’! At full HD 1080P resolution! And to top it off, AWD uses virtually zero CPU cycles or GPU cycles … your machine is still your machine! 3 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 4. Miracast™ Overview
  • 5. INTRODUCTION AWD – AMD Wireless Display ‒ Definition – standards based solution leveraging AMD’s long history in video processing and AMD’s new Hardware Encoding engine. WFA (Wifi Alliance) Miracast Solution ‒ Leveraging established industry standards ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ ‒ WiFi Direct discovery/pairing protocol WiFi Protected Setup – secure connections H.264 video encode MPEG2TS stream wrapper RTP/UDP data transport RTSP channel management Windows® 8.1 ‒ Requires the use of Microsoft WFDirect API’s and Common User Experience interface… 5 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 6. WIRELESS DISPLAY – MIRACAST™ INDUSTRY STANDARD WiFi Alliance® – developed this Open Standard ‒ http://www.wi-fi.org/ Member companies have expanded to cover several industries ‒ PC OEMs and CPUs ‒ Consumer TV ‒ Smart phones ‒ Monitors and discrete RCVRs Tier 1 OEMs are demanding this Open solution ‒ Eliminate Proprietary solutions !! ‒ Interoperability among all devices … 6 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 7. AMD Wireless Display Solutions
  • 8. WIRELESS DISPLAY CONNECTION EXAMPLE Internet Connection WFD Connection 8 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 9. SHOWING ON SCREENS ANYWHERE AMD Screen Mirror1 AMD Wireless Display2 Use your home network to mirror the image on your computer screen to your TV Skip the router and go point to point to extend the desktop to your TV or other Wi-Fi certified Miracast™ device Router TV  AMD Screen Mirror seamlessly Computer connects to a broad number of DLNA-certified consumer electronic devices  AMD Screen Mirror automatic upscales videos and graphics to vivid HD quality  AMD Steady Video3 and AMD Quick Stream4 technologies kick in for optimal viewing  Subject to network bandwidth and traffic 9 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |  Wi-Fi certified Miracast™ is a leading open alternative to Apple’s AirPlay Mirroring — available natively with Microsoft Windows 8.1  Only truly gamable wireless display solution ― Expect up to 3X lower latency than the competition5  AMD Wireless Display automatic upscales videos and graphics to vivid HD quality  AMD Steady Video and AMD Quick Stream technologies kick in for optimal viewing  View protected content like Blu-rays in vivid HD playback with 1080p  Extend your screen to see more, do more on independent screens Substantiation can be found on slide 25.
  • 10. AMD PROJECT “AWD” Requirements LIFE WITHOUT WIRES … 2013 Mainstream or Ultrathin Platform* 2013 AMD A-Series Platform AMD Wireless Display – 2013 Microsoft Windows 8.1 Key Features Benefit VCE Acceleration Reduced latency for superior entertainment experience All ‘in-box’ WLAN Supported WiFiDirect Protocol Miracast™ receiver WFA Miracast™ Full ‘wired’ display features HDCP Support for Protected Content More choice in receiver products from industry leaders Clone, Extended, Primary ACPI S0/1/3/4/5 Overscan/Underscan Playback of all your favorite Hollywood DVD and Blu-Ray movies Internet Connection WFD Connection * Use of AWD engine may entail H.264 royalty payment. Complete solution requires purchase of 3rd party WiFi Receiver connected to TV. 10 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 11. AMD WIRELESS DISPLAY – WI-FI REQUIREMENTS Wi-Fi Considerations for Platforms For full 1080p HD wireless display optimal experience:  2x2 Dual-band 802.11n. Required for full 1080p HD performance (highest quality and range). – Provides better video streaming and wireless display experience for consumer in more diverse operating conditions due to higher bit rate and increased range of operation from Access Point and TV, and reduced interference on 5GHz band. Requirement for Premium platforms.  DualBand 5GHz operation provides 22 non-overlapping channels vs. SingleBand 2.4GHz only provides three non-overlapping channels)  Higher throughput at longer ranges than 1x1 For 720p or 1080p wireless display at reduced performance:  1X1 Single-band 802.11n. – For 720p or 1080p at reduced quality and range, 1x1 single-band 802.11n can be used, for example in value SKUs.  SB 2.4GHz is more susceptible to interference, and lower quality due to fewer channels and more crowding on existing channels.  Lower throughput than 2x2  Can be acceptable with above limitations disclosed and consumer option to upgrade to 2x2 for “optimal” performance. 11 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 12. AWD – CPU FAMILY SUPPORT … TOP TO BOTTOM !! Configuration AWD only AWD + camera encode Very Low Power A4 – 4.35W (Dual-core) 720p 720P AWD + 720p HD camera 1080P 1080P AWD + 1080p HD camera 720p 720P AWD + 1080p HD camera E2 – 15W (Dual-core) 1080P 1080P AWD + 1080p HD camera A4 – 15W (Quad-core) 1080P 1080P AWD + 1080p HD camera A6 – 25W 1080P 1080P AWD + 1080p HD camera 1080P 1080P AWD + 1080p HD camera A6 – 8W (Quad-core) Mainstream E1 – 9W Performance A10 / A8 (all in this series) 12 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 13. WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD…  New codecs … ‒ H.265 is being planned for Miracast standard  New resolutions … ‒ 4k display support  New color spaces … ‒ Industry proposed 4:4:4 or 4:2:2 13 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 14. Hardware Architectures
  • 15. NON-OPTIMAL COMPETITIVE ARCHITECTURES Graphics Services System Memory Audio Capture MPEG2TS RTP/UDP User Kernel GPU Shaders Display Engine Display Buffer System Audio 15 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 | Video Encode WiFi Driver
  • 16. AMD SOC DESIGN
  • 17. VCE (VIDEO COMPRESSION ENGINE) FASTER THAN REAL-TIME, LOW LATENCY, POWER-EFFICIENT HD ENCODE APU x86 Bitrate Feedback Rate Control GPU Current frame (Uncompressed YUV420) Forward Transform (e.g. FDCT) Reference frames in the group of pictures (GOP) Intra Prediction Quantization Entropy Encode Motion Estimation AMD’s Video Compression Engine 17 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 | 010011001011010 111100… H.264 Compressed Stream
  • 18. VIDEO COMPRESSION ENGINE (VCE) OVERVIEW  H.264 encode (Baseline + CABAC encode) ‒ Up to 1080p@60fps  4:2:0 video from a frame buffer or a direct interface from Display  Optimized for gaming scenes/scene changes  Macro-block level rate-control  Audio/Video multiplexing  Different applications ‒ Video transcoding ‒ Wireless Display ‒ Web-camera/video conferencing 18 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 19. AWD – ARCHITECTURAL EXCELLENCE Graphics Services System Memory Audio Capture MPEG2TS RTP/UDP User Kernel GPU Shaders Display Engine Display Buffer WiFi Driver Video VCE Video Encode comp engine MPEG2TS System Audio DCE 19 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 | Audio Capture
  • 20. REVIEW … 20 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 21. NON-OPTIMAL COMPETITIVE ARCHITECTURES Graphics Services System Memory Audio Capture MPEG2TS RTP/UDP User Kernel GPU Shaders Display Engine Display Buffer System Audio 21 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 | Video Encode WiFi Driver
  • 22. AWD – ARCHITECTURAL EXCELLENCE Graphics Services Display Engine RTP/UDP Display Buffer WiFi Driver Video VCE Video Encode comp engine MPEG2TS System Audio DCE 22 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 | Audio Capture User Kernel
  • 23. Media SDK Roadmap
  • 24. MEDIA SDK ROADMAP Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 APU13 2013 2014 Media SDKv1.0 Beta Media SDKv1.0 GA Media SDKv1.1 Nov Jan 2015 Jun Media SDKv2.0 MediaSDKv1.0: MediaSDKv1.1: MediaSDKv2.0: - - - - Video quality MFT for video processing VCE-DEM library for low latency apps Windows 8 Store Support Planned In Planning 24 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 | - AMF library for video encode/decode/processing Multi-GPU support Cloud gaming support Linux support
  • 25. DISCLAIMERS AND FOOTNOTES 1. AMD Screen Mirror is designed to enable the transmission and display of your PC screen on other compatible networked "mirror" devices. Only available on select AMD A-Series APU-based tablets and notebooks. Compatible Digital Media Renderer (DMR) devices are listed on the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) website (http://www.dlna.org/consumer-home/look-for-dlna/product-search) with the “'Play To' Receiver” feature and must also include H.264 and AAC support. Both PC and DMR device must be connected to a network that will permit content streaming. AMD Screen Mirror supports almost all popular image, audio and video file formats as well as applications showing on your PC screen, but will not mirror protected content. Requires minimum screen resolution of 800x600. Performance may be degraded on networks with limited bandwidth, especially with high definition content. 2. AMD Wireless Display technology provides the ability to wirelessly display local screen content onto a remote screen with low latency and automatic upscaling of videos and graphics. AMD Wireless Display technology is enabled on select systems with AMD APUs and requires Windows 8 and Wi-Fi certified Miracast™ receiver equipment. Confirm capabilities with system manufacturer before purchase. 3. AMD Steady Video is a technology designed to eliminate shakes and jitters during the playback of home video. Users may turn on this technology via the AMD Catalyst Control Center™ or the VISION Engine Control Center application. AMD Steady Video will work with content that can run on Adobe® Flash® Player 10.2 (and later versions) or on any player which has been programed to use AMD’s decode acceleration (DXVA) engine. AMD Steady Video is not designed to (a) isolate overlays, logos or captions, or (b) improve the playback of letter boxed, premium/commercial, or interlaced content. AMD Steady Video is only recommended for use with videos that contain unwanted shakes and jitters. 4. AMD Quick Stream is a technology designed to prioritize video streaming over other activities requiring Internet bandwidth for a smooth, uninterrupted video stream. AMD Quick Stream technology is available on select PCs and requires Windows®7. Not all features may be supported on all systems. Check with your system manufacturer for specific model capabilities and supported technologies. 5. Intel WiDi has up to 3X worse latency than AMD Wireless Display. Choose AMD Wireless Display for the best user experience! Testing conducted by AMD Performance Labs. PC manufacturers may vary configuration yielding different results. The 2013 AMD A10 “Richland” platform showed latency using AMD Wireless Display of approximately 60 milliseconds (60ms) while the Intel WiDi system showed 201ms. Test used was a browser based stopwatch showing the time difference between the PC screen and display. Systems used were an ASUS N56DY with the AMD A85550M APU with Radeon(tm) HD 8550G Graphics, 2x2048 MBytes of DDR3-800.0 MHz (PC3-12800) RAM, Microsoft Windows 8 Professional (x64) Build 9200; a LENOVO ThinkPad X230 with Intel Core(TM) i7-3520M CPU @ 2.90GHz with Intel HD Graphics 4000 graphics, 2x2048 MB DDR3-800.0 MHz (PC3-12800) RAM, Microsoft Windows 8 Professional (x64) Build 9200. Both platforms used the Netgear PTV3000 to connect to the HDTVs. RIN-26 25 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |
  • 26. DISCLAIMER & ATTRIBUTION The information presented in this document is for informational purposes only and may contain technical inaccuracies, omissions and typographical errors. The information contained herein is subject to change and may be rendered inaccurate for many reasons, including but not limited to product and roadmap changes, component and motherboard version changes, new model and/or product releases, product differences between differing manufacturers, software changes, BIOS flashes, firmware upgrades, or the like. AMD assumes no obligation to update or otherwise correct or revise this information. However, AMD reserves the right to revise this information and to make changes from time to time to the content hereof without obligation of AMD to notify any person of such revisions or changes. AMD MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INACCURACIES, ERRORS OR OMISSIONS THAT MAY APPEAR IN THIS INFORMATION. AMD SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL AMD BE LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE USE OF ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN, EVEN IF AMD IS EXPRESSLY ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. ATTRIBUTION © 2013 Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. All rights reserved. AMD, the AMD Arrow logo and combinations thereof are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. in the United States and/or other jurisdictions. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Other names are for informational purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. 26 | APU13 – WIRELESS DISPLAY | NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |

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