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Old 11-06-05, 11:46 AM   #1
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Default Nvidia Purevideo Decoder 1.02-185

I am suprised that this wasn't posted already.

NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder OEM 1.02-185
NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder Retail 1.02-185
NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder Trial 1.02-185
PureVideo Decoder 102-185 release notes

Naturally Theatertek came out with 187 almost immediatly after, seems to be a big selling point for them to have newer filters than NVIDIAs own product. Gits.
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Old 11-06-05, 11:51 AM   #2
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Old 11-06-05, 12:15 PM   #3
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Default Re: Nvidia Purevideo Decoder 1.02-185

Hmm...is there a standard numbering system for these or something? What is 187 supposed to mean?

EDIT: Oh, nevermind, I see they bundle it with their software.
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Old 11-06-05, 12:33 PM   #4
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what is theatertek?
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Old 11-06-05, 01:21 PM   #5
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Default Re: Nvidia Purevideo Decoder 1.02-185

Theatertek is a frontend player popular with HTPC types, it licences the purevideo codecs as part of the package. www.theatertek.com
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Old 11-08-05, 05:24 AM   #6
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Default Re: Nvidia Purevideo Decoder 1.02-185

A good deal for those in the UK (and maybe even those who aren't)

NVIDIA DVD - Bronze edition - Dolby 2.1 £4.69 (half the nvidia price)
NVIDIA DVD - Silver Edition - Dolby 5.1 £10.56 (nvidia don't actually sell this?)
NVIDIA DVD - Gold Edition Dolby 5.1/Digital Headphones/Dolby Pro Logic IIx £15.26 (same price as nvidia)
NVIDIA DVD - Platinum Edition Dolby 5.1/Digital Headphones/Dolby Pro Logic IIx/DTS £31.71 (more than what nvidia sell for)

http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/
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For those of you who use the purevideo codec, does anyone here use nStant DVD Media Player or just stick with WMP10? Does 5.1 analog require an external decoder?
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Default Re: Nvidia Purevideo Decoder 1.02-185

I use it with Zoom Player and actually ended up using acfilter to play audio, is infact pretty rare that I will watch a DVD on my PC to be honest as I have an xbox hooked up to the TV - is far simpler.

Did have another good look at nStant media player the other day, pretty entertaining and I like the way it can play DRM content from WMP as well as album art, which makes me think its just a big frontend for WMP and can do very little extra.

Makes sense really as part of Dolby's new rules for licencing is that the codecs must come with an application, which is why you find that the Intervideo and Cyberlink codec packs (that were released around the same time as WindowsXP) are no longer available.

Edit: Slight correction, Cyberlink still offer PowerDVD SE, but its basically the same, light package accompanies the filters:
http://www.cyberlink.com/multi/produ...in_17_ENU.html

Also Dolby seem to have stated (and NVIDIA obeyed) that only certified applications can use their audio, which is why I have to use ac3filter. Is a damn pain to be honest.
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Default Re: Nvidia Purevideo Decoder 1.02-185

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Does 5.1 analog require an external decoder?
Not if you use a certified application! But you can obviously do passthru with uncertified applications.
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For those of you who use the purevideo codec, does anyone here use nStant DVD Media Player or just stick with WMP10? Does 5.1 analog require an external decoder?
nStant player works nice and has great video quality using the Purevideo decoder, but IMO theres on big drawback.. which is the inability to change most of the decoder options from within the program. In other applications such as WMP, Zoom Player, and Media Player Classic they give you the ability to do more configuring with the audio/video codecs. Such as configuring Audio, Video Overlay/Rendering, Interlacing, and usually much more.
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For those of you who use the purevideo codec, does anyone here use nStant DVD Media Player or just stick with WMP10? Does 5.1 analog require an external decoder?
If you have the platinum version, it can decode upto 5.1 speakers with WMP10 ( and also XP MCE ) but not with nStant Media, which is strange as 'tis quite usable except that you don't get surround in any of these modes.

It works quite well most of the time. The video decoder can be used with anything, but the audio codecs only work with WMP10. The audio codecs on all of 'em will work with anything in SPDIF mode, which is good for an external receiver or a Creative soundcard with a SPDIF intercept decoder.
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Old 11-08-05, 07:33 PM   #12
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picture quality on this build is great. i found it the other day on accident after reformatting and going to redowload my retail version of the decoder.
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