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    What kind of files are you playing? Athlon64...

    What kind of files are you playing? Athlon64 3000+ should be able to play 720p24 H.264, but most 1080p videos would be too hard to decode by software (even CoreAVC, which is a bit faster than the...
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    With the MPlayer patch, the VDPAU vo may help,...

    With the MPlayer patch, the VDPAU vo may help, but you should be able to get tear-free video playback also with XVideo and OpenGL when you have disabled compositing. First, make sure you enabled...
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    ... when you have implemented fully-featured...

    ... when you have implemented fully-featured decoders that are comparable to current CPU-based decoders. General purpose GPU programming is harder than traditional coding, so don't expect quick...
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    They are viewing SD MPEG-2. For me, playing 16...

    They are viewing SD MPEG-2. For me, playing 16 Mbps 1080i30 MPEG-2 video with MPlayer loads one core of a 2 GHz Core 2 Duo (T7200) up to about 60 %. I use NVIDIA's binary blob with the laptop's...
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    Decoding video with NVIDIA's VP2/3 or AMD's UVD...

    Decoding video with NVIDIA's VP2/3 or AMD's UVD does not load the GPU much since the decoding unit is special-purpose hardware, separate from the GPU's stream processors. A passively cooled GeForce...
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    Yes, but VAQ has been in the official x264 (git)...

    Yes, but VAQ has been in the official x264 (git) tree since last spring and it is turned on by default if you use x264 CLI or MEncoder. See:
    x264 --longhelp | grep -A 4 aq


    Always use CRF...
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    Blockiness in flat and dark areas at relatively...

    Blockiness in flat and dark areas at relatively high bitrates can be avoided by using adaptive quantization. In particular, x264 used to suffer from these problems before VAQ was introduced in...
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    @ _txf_ and RealNC I think Kano was referring...

    @ _txf_ and RealNC

    I think Kano was referring to the size and complexity of a fully-featured H.264 decoder implementation, not encoded video.
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    If 1080p30 MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 ASP are problematic...

    If 1080p30 MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 ASP are problematic for your CPU, you are either dealing with very high bitrates (> 30 Mbps) or there may be something wrong with your player/decoder setup or the...
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    You mean MPEG-4 ASP (DivX, XviD, ...). It does...

    You mean MPEG-4 ASP (DivX, XviD, ...). It does support MPEG-4 AVC.
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    I don't think they actually had support for H.264...

    I don't think they actually had support for H.264 acceleration, neither in software nor hardware, only H.263 and maybe MPEG-4 ASP in addition to MPEG-2. Haven't used the driver myself though.
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    Why not try the 180.16 driver then?

    Why not try the 180.16 driver then?
  13. VDPAU (and DXVA on Windows) is limited to...

    VDPAU (and DXVA on Windows) is limited to decoding. The supported GPUs contain specialized hardware that is only suitable for video decoding. This also applies to ATI's UVD.


    Using the shaders or...
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    Any other sources for this information? Has someone tried VDPAUs VC-1 decoding on them?


    That listing doesn't separate VP2/3 though.
  15. G98-based GeForce 8400 GS models do have VP3....

    G98-based GeForce 8400 GS models do have VP3. Most GeForce 9 GPUs only have VP2 as can be seen in the table behind your Wikipedia link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PureVideo#Table_of_Purevideo_GPUs...
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    Either you are using a very old version of the...

    Either you are using a very old version of the decoder or the MPEG-TS demuxer in Kaffeine (Xine) messes something up. The current FFmpeg H.264 decoder handles all common H.264 streams properly,...
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    But this petition has a cool new URL ;) (and...

    But this petition has a cool new URL ;)
    (and already more signatures than those previous petitions)
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    AFAIK, there hasn't been support for H.264, only...

    AFAIK, there hasn't been support for H.264, only MPEG-4 ASP. And I don't think that has been really functional either, as can be seen on the HardwareCaveats Wiki page you linked to. VIA doesn't yet...
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    A small correction to this part of the article: ...

    A small correction to this part of the article:

    The open-source nv driver does have XVideo support, or at least it has for GeForce 4 series and older cards. XVideo probably works on newer cards...
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    As aoanla said, Wine does have support for...

    As aoanla said, Wine does have support for DirectX (<10), and it is probably about as complete as Cedega's support.
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