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They are talking about HDTV content (psp is a little bit slower than Athlon64
I have an old AMD Duron 700 (for the kids) and h264+aac content encodet
with NeroVisionExpress (25fps,640x480) plays perfect.
If you want to know more about it go here
Good Thread here
...OK, OK . I'm taking my fears back...
Basic AVC (h264) Decoder in C, for an university project available here
(look at the h264-paper.pdf)
An Intel Celeron CPU at 450 MHz under Linux running playh264 compiled with GNU GCC 3.3 (optimization level 1) achieves about 30 frames per second on an 320x144 video clip.
Last edited by Hollowmaster; 08-20-2005 at 08:47 AM.
...hold your horses, please!!! First ISO CD support, then we will see, OK? ...
Please dont misunderstand my intentions. My intention was not to say
"do it now". Just wanted to give you a little Bit Information.
I think this Project is one of the best i´ve seen for a long time
ps. Please don´t add display .avi only in the official Version because i love playing around with different Video Formats.
(Perhaps an Option Avi only - all Formats)
Last edited by Hollowmaster; 08-20-2005 at 11:28 AM.
Aaaahh have a new little request.
would be sweet if we can copy the movies from a cd done with cdexplorer to the harddisc.
Not a must or a do it now, but automatic shutdown would be great. I thought this might be easy to implement since there is already a control command to turn off the console. Either a timer or more likely a shutdown on end of clip would be awsome. Thanks for sharing all your work EEUG!!
@mastaalien: harddisc of PC or PS2? First case is possible (just right-click file in CDXplorer and select "Copy to...") (I don't remember it you should do a right-click only on the left pane, right one or both)...
Cause sometimes i burn a cd with cdxplorer to test the movie filme, and if it works, would be great if i can then copy them to the ps2harddisc.
maybe the coder of ulaunchelf can take a look at it sience it already have copy code.
but after all its just a little request