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How to play HD video on a netbook

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  • wuzy
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    Don't GMA950 based netbook only have VGA out? Just encode them in H.264, 720p, 5Ref frame, ~6-8Mbit/s. Most hotels have only 1366x786 HDTVs anyway.

    yeah i use that thing in the link... did i pay for it? no i belive they have a free version... (or i may have done sonthing naughty)
    CoreAVC Pro is free!

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  • Blake
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    yeah i use that thing in the link... did i pay for it? no i belive they have a free version... (or i may have done sonthing naughty)

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  • arisythila
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    When Kris and I were in Las Vegas, We watched a couple of 1080p encoded movies that I've done on the netbook. It worked fine up to about 12meg/sec any of the movies i encoded at 20meg/sec were just a little too much... None the less... meh.

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  • RKH404
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    I red about 5 sentences, then heard the words "but that's work" coming out of my mouth, soon there after I scrolled down and found out that this doesn't work for youtube, resulting in me closing the tab and finding my self here writing this pointless post.

    In other words, rather just watch it in 480p...

    But thanks anyways.

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  • MoneyGuyBK
    started a topic How to play HD video on a netbook

    How to play HD video on a netbook

    Netbooks arenít famed for their high-definition video playing prowess, but if youíve got about $10 and a few minutes going spare, there is a way to enjoy high-definition trailers and videos on your Atom-powered portable.

    How to play HD video on a netbook | PC Pro blog











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