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  1. GPGPU

    After reading the Mesa-dev thread, it seems this is also targeted for general purpose computing on shaders and making it "easy". Getting mindshare off the GPUs to coprocessors. I'd very much like to...
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    Just to make your life a bit easier, the...

    Just to make your life a bit easier, the following link [1] brings you a nifty greasemonkey script that gets you what you want. I hope it's of value.

    [1] http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/50771
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    * OT warning * I can very much recommend...

    * OT warning *



    I can very much recommend this Greasemonkey script:
    http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/41722

    Happy watching!
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    I think you'll need OpenGl with vertex array...

    I think you'll need OpenGl with vertex array and/or buffer object support. The key to succes is caching and grouping the graphics primitives, not drawing everything one by one (in immediate mode). It...
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    The patch applies to 2.6.31 kernel. If the kernel...

    The patch applies to 2.6.31 kernel. If the kernel is already patched, you need to merge patches yourself... It seems you are one step forward on 2.6.31.1
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    Any chances you guys go and benchmark BFS to get...

    Any chances you guys go and benchmark BFS to get some more content to this thread?
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    BFS seems to be doing something seriously right,...

    BFS seems to be doing something seriously right, so here is some reporting from my experiments. Pulled from mail to Con.

    > First of all, thank you for your fine work on Linux scheduler. I've been...
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    Ok. Currently this seems again like a manpower...

    Ok. Currently this seems again like a manpower issue and the fact that they work well with Easyvdr distribution. I'm not the author and don't regrettably have the needed skills (yet), so my purpose...
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    Care to explain which applications would be...

    Care to explain which applications would be compromised by frame rate change? If the change is done properly one can not even notice it. Working FRC does just some very minor changes. 48 to 60 Hz...
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    BlackStar, yes that kind of CRT would be nice,...

    BlackStar, yes that kind of CRT would be nice, but 1080p @ 120 Hz means 560 MHz pixel clock. That's nothing cheap or common. One also has to put video DACs right at the CRT gates to preserve needed...
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    I think the some V(YXZ)GA spec starts officially...

    I think the some V(YXZ)GA spec starts officially from 56 Hz. It is easy to test and makes no damage in modern monitors. I've also noticed that some panel sizes don't usually support 50 Hz. Benq had...
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    You know phase and frequency are quite convolved...

    You know phase and frequency are quite convolved ;) Mathematicians will entertain you ad nauseam... Simply put phase error will result from frequency error. The relative phase also 'slips' depending...
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    That's the gist of the problem. 50i and 60i...

    That's the gist of the problem. 50i and 60i _must_ be displayed as 50p and 60p on progressive displays to preserve the temporal resolution (fluid movement). I'm still subject to precensoring with...
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    Not to mention that one needs 300 Hz to be really...

    Not to mention that one needs 300 Hz to be really universal. For 24, 25, 50, 60, 100 Hz :)
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    I agree with you on this. Fortunately it is not...

    I agree with you on this. Fortunately it is not necessay every time. In case of the progressive 24 fps material 50 or 60 Hz will work quite well. Only real video hifists would like 48 or 72 Hz ;)......
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    FRC, the ultimate tearfree video solution

    Hello to you all who are interested in high quality video playback on Linux! There is one very interesting project in development that allows perfect redraw synchronization when using AMD and Intel...
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    It seems discussion is converging to:...

    It seems discussion is converging to:
    http://www.opengl.org/resources/code/samples/advanced/advanced97/notes/node63.html
    on driver level, am I right? I've tested it briefly and yes, the results are...
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    If by any chance r300 docs are any good to you:...

    If by any chance r300 docs are any good to you:
    http://www.x.org/docs/AMD/R3xx_3D_Registers.pdf

    there on page 25 one may find AA config register. I'd be very delighted if r200 or r300 would get a...
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