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Ultimate Geek


Topic # 31824 31-Mar-2009 17:53
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The CoreAVC codec has been updated to version 1.9.5 which now accepts Nivida CUDA interlaced support.

Somehow I missed the post here about it even accepting hardware acceleration. I was just looking at their frontpage occasionally which still states there is none.

Installed the trial version & updated drivers to 182.08. I get a green screen whenever I attempt to change channels with my remote. So back to Cyberlink Yell

Too bad. CPU loading was only high teens on TV3.




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  Reply # 205262 4-Apr-2009 09:23
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Just tried it with gbpvr and it crashes with any attempt to change channel.  The hardware acceleration is definitely there though.

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