[mythtv] H.264 and mythtv

Isaac Richards ijr at case.edu
Wed Aug 31 19:01:05 UTC 2005

On Wednesday 31 August 2005 02:49 pm, Michael T. Dean wrote:
> That's a 4400+ dual-core, right?  I'm guessing that only one core is
> being used for the decoding (leaving the other one to perform other
> system-related tasks).  I'm guessing you're using MPlayer, right?  Have
> you run it with the -benchmark option to see the frequency/number of
> dropped frames?  (Obviously not important if the quality looks good, but
> would be interesting.)

Using myth as I said, not mplayer, so the threading's the same as normal myth 
stuff.  But, yes, it's dual core.  No dropped frames, obviously.

> BTW, I can't believe you found Serenity's HD trailer in QT format.  I've
> only been able to find the WMV (DRM-encumbered) version.  Yes, the
> geniouses actually require you to download a license using WMP to play
> back their advertisement...  Either they realize that Linux geeks are
> going to want to see Serenity, anyway, or they don't want us Linux geeks
> to go to the movie...

It's been on apple's site for months now. =)


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