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  • sasaman85
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    No news about G45 h264 decoding????

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  • aussiebear
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    I'll wait for Ivy Bridge then.

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  • m_gol
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    Originally posted by GogglesGuy View Post
    It's nice to hear they're catching up with supporting all the features of their latest next-gen chipsets, but personally I'm still waiting until they provide video decoding for G45 hardware.
    I almost lost hope about that. We're far past promised Q3 2010 after all.

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  • GogglesGuy
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    It's nice to hear they're catching up with supporting all the features of their latest next-gen chipsets, but personally I'm still waiting until they provide video decoding for G45 hardware.

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    Intel Bumps libva: Android & Sandy Bridge Friendly

    Phoronix: Intel Bumps libva: Android & Sandy Bridge Friendly

    Intel has now bumped the libva (VA-API) library to version 1.0.7. Why this is worth mentioning is that this now makes it possible to utilize GPU-driven VA-API video decoding on Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors...

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