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# 39107 9-Aug-2009 12:13
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Hi

I have Windows 7 x64
Powerdvd 8 Ultra
Dvbviewer Pro 4.2.1.0
Nvidia 8800GT drivers 190.56
AC3 v1.62b

All stations beside C4 and TV3 are watchable. Tv3 is very jump with green sections on the screen

Any suggestions?




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  # 244535 9-Aug-2009 20:52
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From memory (and I might be getting the model numbers fixed up so stand to be corrected) I don't think the 8800GT support H.264 acceleration, just the 8800GTS which is a different core.

Unless you have a exceptionally fast CPU then performance on TV3 in particular will be poor as it uses the CPU for decoding and the 1080i feed is a serious drain on CPU.




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  # 244554 9-Aug-2009 21:43
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Yeah my card can support h.2264 acceleration.

Now the telethon has finished it seems to have sorted itself out.

So computer must have been alergic to it.




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  # 244589 10-Aug-2009 06:44
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Not all NVidia cards that say they support H.264 actually fully support it. The earlier 8800 cards using the older core don't - the newer cored ones do.

All cards from the 6xxx series up claim H.264 acceleration but it's only the 8400 and up using the newer cores that actually support this.




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