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Old 04-26-07, 08:56 AM   #4
cthulhu
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Default Re: Viewing a 1080i video file

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Originally Posted by Thunderbird
On windows the gpu can assist with decoding mpeg4/h264 and other codecs but this is not offered on Linux at the moment.
If only nVidia would comment on their PureVideo HD linux counterpart. A statement regarding plans to implement any or all of the following features would be superb:
  • IVTC - Inverse Telecine (Improves picture quality on content with a frame rate different from the monitor refresh rate)
  • Hardware assisted MPEG4 decoding
  • Hardware assisted h264/x264 decoding
  • HD TV-out for PAL (50Hz for component/RGB)
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