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|6th February 2008, 14:09||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Born for HD: first review of G98-8400GS
We know in among H.264, VC-1 and MPEG-2 this the three coding methods the H.264 is the most complicated one, its Entropy Coding is one of the most CPU intensive processing. In the chart below this paragraph, you will see how high it is takes. If playing video with a very high byte rate only using software decoding then today’s mainstream CPU can barely handle that.
Dec 2004, NVIDIA officially announced PureVideo. It is a technology based on the integrated programmable video processing engine in GeForce 6/7. With this technology GeForce can decode high definition video using GPU.
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