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  • #65910
    linuxgnuru
    Participant

    Let’s just see if this works…
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    #70897
    EvilPenguin
    Member

    Windows users

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    #70910
    Pedro Mateus
    Keymaster

    “Little, tiny rocks!?”

    #70911
    Frojoe
    Keymaster

    Honestly, I’d like them to get linux-to-linux streaming working so I can deal with fewer AMD compatibility issues on my steambox.

    #70944
    kloinka
    Participant

    Functionality/Usability test results: 100% (a fictional flying monkey could setup)
    Performance test results: > 50% frame casualties
    Test Equip
    1.Win7:- AMD1090T, 16GB RAM, GT580
    2.Mint15 XFCE:- i7-3770, 16GB RAM, GT580
    3.LAN:- 1000 Mbps UTP

    #70945
    madhi19
    Member
    kloinka wrote:
    Functionality/Usability test results: 100% (a fictional flying monkey could setup)
    Performance test results: > 50% frame casualties
    Test Equip
    1.Win7:- AMD1090T, 16GB RAM, GT580
    2.Mint15 XFCE:- i7-3770, 16GB RAM, GT580
    3.LAN:- 1000 Mbps UTP

    Nothing under a 600 card will be worth a damn because Nvidia does not do H.264 hardware encoding before the 600 series.

    #70946
    kloinka
    Participant

    Do you mean the latest generation(5) of PureVideo HD? I thought the only difference was it could support 4K video decoding.

    #70952
    Venn Stone
    Keymaster

    Think we’re talking VDPAU support.

    #70953
    kloinka
    Participant

    Just to clarify, according to Nvidia

    GTX 580 has VDPAU Feature Set C Supports complete acceleration for MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 Part 2 (a.k.a. MPEG-4 ASP), VC-1/WMV9 and H.264.
    Global motion compensation and Data Partitioning are not supported for MPEG-4 Part 2.

    Geforce 600+ have VDPAU Feature Set D Similar to feature set C but added support for decoding H.264 with a resolution of up to 4032 � 4080 and MPEG-1/MPEG-2 with a resolution of up to 4032 � 4048 pixels.

    So “Supports complete acceleration for H.264” is not the same as “decoding H.264”?

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