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Topic:		DivxVideo 3.11 alpha (But for Mac)
Author:		ausonia
Posted:		 2001-03-14 05:36
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Hello, im a 3.11 alpha user and i need a compatible version for mac.

Is this codec in exist?  where to download?


thank


Topic:		THEPLAYA - http stream
Author:		Panzer
Posted:		 2001-03-14 05:59
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I can't play http from playa. I have win95.
Did anybody play avis from http ?


Topic:		DivxVideo 3.11 alpha (But for Mac)
Author:		BetaBoy
Posted:		 2001-03-14 10:34
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support for the original DivX  codec under MAC can be had at
www.mac.st[addsig]


Topic:		DivX for Dreamcast
Author:		BetaBoy
Posted:		 2001-03-14 10:50
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What Andrew did was a start! http://dcload.julesdcdev.com/
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Dan Marlin
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'We are the Music Makers and the Dreamers of the Dreams.' WW

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Topic:		Hardware encoder for Divx
Author:		Eftychios
Posted:		 2001-03-14 17:09
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I am wondering how feasible it would be to actually build a hardware
encoder for DIVX. I assume that the hardware could be pluged in the PCI
slot and a driver could be used to drive it by redirecting the various
calls to the processor on the card. 

My questions are:

1. Is there currently a stand allone processor that speciallizes in
multimedia instructions that would suit the needs of the encoder?
2. If there is such a processor, would it actually encode significantly
faster than the cpu and how much faster. I would guess that at least the
card should ne able to cut in half the time required to encode a typical
dvd movie.
3. If there is such a processor, how much it costs? Economic feasibility
is a must, not only for commercial reasons.


Well I cannot think of anythign else right now so I will wait for your
answers and see.

Regards

Eftychios Eftychiou


Topic:		Hardware encoder for Divx
Author:		Brians256
Posted:		 2001-03-14 17:56
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The Philips Trimedia chip is designed for this kind of task, and there
is a fellow porting DivX Deux to a prototype.

However, don't bug him for status reports.  Let him get something done.
He has been kind enough to send status reports onto the mayo development
mailing list.


Topic:		Hardware encoder for Divx
Author:		eagle
Posted:		 2001-03-14 18:13
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Probably the best way to do this would be to use a PCI card with an
FPGA.  If you want to know how to build this then mail me.

eagle


Topic:		ogg as paket format?
Author:		wmf
Posted:		 2001-03-14 20:49
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Ogg is also a container format. So when comparing Ogg and QuickTime, I
don't think there's any reason to use Ogg.


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