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 Post subject: 720p videos
PostPosted: 22/05/2009, 22:21 
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Windows users says that nc10 can play 720p videos smoothly, but linux cant play smooth 720p mkv videos, I tried mplayer and totem, both are very slow. What about you?


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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 23/05/2009, 11:54 
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i tried True Blood HD in VLC and mplayer, didnt work... i dont know if it was 720p or fullhd though


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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 23/05/2009, 16:54 
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'summel' pid='1287' dateline='1243076048' wrote:
i tried True Blood HD in VLC and mplayer, didnt work... i dont know if it was 720p or fullhd though


you should buy coreavc video coded, I read it works.

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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 23/05/2009, 23:38 
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'Cimi' pid='1288' dateline='1243094097' wrote:
'summel' pid='1287' dateline='1243076048' wrote:
i tried True Blood HD in VLC and mplayer, didnt work... i dont know if it was 720p or fullhd though


you should buy coreavc video coded, I read it works.


It was .mkv ... :/

but i dont want to watch HD videos on that tiny display anyways :D


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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 24/05/2009, 7:25 
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'summel' pid='1290' dateline='1243118307' wrote:
'Cimi' pid='1288' dateline='1243094097' wrote:
'summel' pid='1287' dateline='1243076048' wrote:
i tried True Blood HD in VLC and mplayer, didnt work... i dont know if it was 720p or fullhd though


you should buy coreavc video coded, I read it works.


It was .mkv ... :/

but i dont want to watch HD videos on that tiny display anyways :D


No no, I am not watching hd videos on this laptop :D I am connecting it to my hd screen.

I will play with vlc and i ll use gmabooster.


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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 24/05/2009, 10:14 
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'mbt28' pid='1291' dateline='1243146331' wrote:
'summel' pid='1290' dateline='1243118307' wrote:
'Cimi' pid='1288' dateline='1243094097' wrote:
'summel' pid='1287' dateline='1243076048' wrote:
i tried True Blood HD in VLC and mplayer, didnt work... i dont know if it was 720p or fullhd though


you should buy coreavc video coded, I read it works.


It was .mkv ... :/

but i dont want to watch HD videos on that tiny display anyways :D


No no, I am not watching hd videos on this laptop :D I am connecting it to my hd screen.

I will play with vlc and i ll use gmabooster.


When i connect it to my hdtv i get black boarders on the left and right side oO


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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 26/05/2009, 0:11 
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I also suggest CoreAVC, 720p plays fine (1080p probably wont, but I have not tried to). This is a waste anyway, because the NC10's display resolution is too low for 720p anyways. But I usually "obtain" movies/anime in 720p, so I gave it a try.

CoreAVC is a proprietary Codec, so you'll have to fork out a few bucks.. oh wait, this is the internets!

See http://code.google.com/p/coreavc-for-linux

Oh, forgot to mention: I use CoreAVC with mplayer, you can find instructions on the google code page linked above.


Last edited by kadrach on 26/05/2009, 0:11, edited 1 time in total.

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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 27/05/2009, 23:42 
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Can anyone package coreavc?


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 Post subject: RE: 720p videos
PostPosted: 01/06/2009, 16:01 
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i tried the latest CoreAVC (v. 1.9.5) on my NC10 with Windows XP and 720p videos did not play smoothly! i only testet mkv videos with x264 codec. i've never heard before that intel atom is capable of playing highly compressed 720p video. i don't need HD on my nc10 anyways


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