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Nirodha

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#20922 9-Apr-2008 23:43
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Hi all,

According to the below URL NVIDIA GeForce Go 6150 is capable of h.264 acceleration. However, it doesn't appear to be working own my humble little laptop, as the cpu usage is quite high during DVB-T playback. Any tip?

http://www.nvidia.com/page/nb_6100-430go_features.html

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  #122459 10-Apr-2008 07:34
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If you're wanting for for Freeview then you're out of luck. H.264 support in anything below a series 8 NVidia chipset (such as a 8500GT) simply does not work well with all H.264 video and won't offer any hardware acceleration for the DVB-T broadcasts in NZ.

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