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Default Can BSP use voodoo hardware for Divx/Xvid play ?

Hey Guys!

How to use BSP run on hardware acelerated in my 3DFX Voodoo 3 card ?

Because i have an ooold pc hardware (like a 233 Mhz, on Windows 2K).

Is it possible, if yes, how to play divx movies on this machine ?
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You can't.
As for the machine....the best you can do is to install BSPlayer (like ver 0.86 ) and XviD. You will be able to see SOME videos.
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Hey, I also had such a card once.
I would advise BSplayer 0.86 with DivX5.2.1 and AC3filter 0.70b
(All download-links are in my old help-to-help post. Especially read items 1, 5 and 8)
My old Help-to-Help post of September 2003 for version 0.86 (click here).
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Hey, I also had such a card once.
I would advise BSplayer 0.86 with DivX5.2.1 and AC3filter 0.70b
(All download-links are in my old help-to-help post. Especially read items 1, 5 and 8)
My old Help-to-Help post of September 2003 for version 0.86 (click here).
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BSPeter I love this card!; running with Amigamerlin 2.5SE

the computer is a Pentium PRO 200@233 Mhz, 256KB cache at full speed 233Mhz, 98MB of RAM, HD 10GB (5400rpm x 2MB buffer) Windows 2000 workstation SP4. Memory latency is the minimum that mobo can go.

I can see the movies, but sometimes, video loose synchronism with de audio track.

Guys, I almost play the videos well with BSP 1.37

The Divx 5.2.1 is the same thing that ffdshow ?

If I need to, what is the best (ie fastest) version of ffdshow ?

PS: remember: my processor is an 686, but non-mmx.
PS. Sorry my english.

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If helps, I can put internal clock to 233@225, and FSB of 66@75 Mhz.
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233 should do the trick. I recall some many years ago (I will search the forum if that post still exisits) running smooth with such a config with XviD 0.91 or 0.92 (was the best at that time like it was -and still is, DivX 3.11).
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Like I wrote before:
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...I would advise BSplayer 0.86 with DivX5.2.1 and AC3filter 0.70b....
You may also try a 2004-version of ffdshow (alpha) filter or XviD-codec in stead of the DivX5.2.1-codec (the links in my post to the DivX5.2.1 codec still work). Unfortunately I have no link to an XviD codec of those days, but there is a link to the ffdshow-alpha-filter in my post as referred to, if you prefer that over the (non-bloated!) DivX 5.2.1.

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Do NOT try later (bloated) DivX-versions (starting from 6.0).
I also don't think nowadays versions of ffdshow-filter would be advisable.
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I don't think you can find a non-MMX based ffdshow in the last 3-4 years.
I will search my archives, maybe I will recover a 0,91 or 0.92 XviD version.
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