[FFmpeg-devel] How to watch HD under (linux) my OS ?
Wed Aug 6 11:45:12 CEST 2008
I think multithreaded x264 is coming which should improve the decoding
(at least for multiple cores CPU).
I have an quiete old gfx card, and I would like to change it, mainly
because I would like at some point to have a 30" LCD.
Sofar I am aware of two helper :
And the nvidia cuda :
BUT... the first one only can decode 720p/1080i and the second one isn't
near than precoded for linux but it's definitely something that could
really help as one can see for example at
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I know that cuda depends on binary driver which might not be that
Are there any other way to decode HD without a really powerfull CPU ?
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