wmichaels1 at earthlink.net
Thu Aug 25 06:31:26 CEST 2005
I own an ATI Radeon X800 XL 256 AGP. It is supposed to have
support for MEPG2. The linux driver from ATI does not
support it at all. It doesn't even support the dual head
capabilities of my card. ATI technical support for linux is
non existant. They do not answer questions with useful
information. DO NOT buy an ATI card.
So far I can not get HDTV to work on my ATI card because the
ATI binary driver does not allocate enough DRI buffer space
to hold a 1920x1080 image. Lower resolutions work fine.
On Wednesday 24 August 2005 06:22 pm, Jate wrote:
> I am thinking about buying a DVICO FusionHDTV5 Lite. I
> read that DVICO recommends a video card with MPEG2
> decoding acceleration to provide hardware assistance with
> the HDTV stream decoding.
> I have also read that Linux video card drivers do not
> necessarily have support for this hardware assistance. I
> have also read that binaries from NVidia may have this
> support. I want to know if I would need to upgrade to a
> brawnier processor in order to get this working.
> If you are a FusionHDTV5 Linux pioneer, can you tell me
> your performance experience?
> - Jate S.
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