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DarkJedi664
09-18-06, 06:47 PM
Meaning, h.264/WMV-HD Acceleration.

We all know "now" that there's a difference between PureVideo Technology, and PureVideo Decoder. The decoder is a no brainer to set up, but how many people have gotten the Technology part to work for h.264 or wmv-hd acceleration? I personally found a great way to get it to work with ZoomPlayer and not have to use the crappy PowerDVD or Nero Showtime to get it to work. First what I did, was install PowerDVD7 (or Nero Showtime, I have both), but since PowerDVD couldn't support my h.264 encoded MKV files, I found out that I could point ZoomPlayer to use the Cyberlink h.264 decoder to decode h.264 files. Inside those properties, I enable DXVA and I get acceleration! I also found out that I can get acceleration out of QuickTime HD Trailers as well; I just need to rename the .mov to .mp4 and the acceleration kicks right in. On a 1080p video, I get about 20-40% CPU; and about 50-80% without (and this is with a dual core). I have used CoreAVC, but I got better results with the hardware accelerated Cyberlink decoder. However, once CoreAVC enabled Hardware Acceleration, I think it'll be a lot lower :). Hope this helps some people :) But I'm just glad that I finally got h.264 acceleration to work :D

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rewt
09-20-06, 04:40 AM
Works for me. I use K-lite codec pack standard, which I believe uses the CoreAVC codec. IMO it has much better picture quality than the Cyberlink codec. That does come at some price in performance however, but at least nowhere near 99% CPU usage like it used to be..