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Old 10th March 2006
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Default Help reproducing HD files

Hello everyone.

Just wondering if I can solve my situation with 720p AVI files; my system is:

1.2 Ghz
384 MB RAM
128 MB graphics cards (it's an Asylum GeForce MX 4000 with 8xAGP)

but I'm unable to play 720p files without skipping frames or asincronism between audio and video.

I've read an article from a guy who has basically 1 Ghz, 128 MB of graphics card, the same or less RAM memory, and he made it posible to execute just fine files up to 1080i, and he said he solved the problem "Using a DirectShow filter filter that effieciently took advantage of DXVA (DirectX Video Acceleration) I was able to watch 1080i sourced material".

The article is here

I've read an article at the IEEE about Accelerate video decoding with generic GPU, so it seems a posible thing to do.

Just wondering what filter do I need to buy/download/install if it's posible-
Or a better configuration of my BsPlayer to take all of the GPU and not only the CPU.

Thanks a lot in advance for your time!

edit: my OS is winxp home sp2 and the bsplayer version is 1.37
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