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Old 30th October 2004, 15:42   #1
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Default NVIDIA's Programmable Video Processor Nearly Here After Delay

NVIDIA Corp.’s highly-advertised programmable video processor of the GeForce 6800-series GPUs will be enabled by the graphics processors designers shortly, when the new drivers for the graphics chip will be released. The company, however, tells that only the GeForce 6600-series will support HD WMV decoding.

“The GeForce 6800 models featured the 1st generation of our programmable video technology which includes support for high-definition MPEG2 video decode and standard definition MPEG2 encode, as well as advanced post processing features such as motion adaptive de-interlacing, and inverse 3:2 pulldown. The GeForce 6600 models have the same 1st generation programmable video technology support as the GeForce 6800 models. However, the GeForce 6600 models also include hardware acceleration for high-definition Windows Media Video (WMV) decode,” said Luciano Alibrandi, a spokesman for NVIDIA Corp..

While NVIDIA now says HD WMV acceleration is only supported by the GeForce 6600-series graphics processing units, X-bit labs has found that at least on some drivers the HDTV acceleration works on the GeForce 6800 GT PCI Express graphics cards. AGP flavour of the GeForce 6800 GT did not provide HDTV hardware decoding on the same driver version.

more @ http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/d...029125458.html
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