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hasole

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#35216 5-Jun-2009 19:52
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Quick one, does win7mc make use of purevideo on nvidia cards natively or do you need something like powerdvd installed?

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  #222084 5-Jun-2009 20:11
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Yes it makes use of any HW acceleration the card has without any extra codecs installed






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  #222101 5-Jun-2009 21:41
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it will also use the ATI and intel h.264 h/w acceleration although the results appear to be mixed for the other technologies




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