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poofyhairguy Offline
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Thumbs up davilla, that is pretty cool!

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davilla Wrote:Off Topic but:

http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html

Skunkworks:chd-test files davilla$ strings /Users/davilla/Downloads/libflashplayer.so | grep libcrystalhd
libcrystalhd.so

Bruhaha !!!!

that's awesome, hopefully they actually do end up supporting some acceleration...
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YouTube and Hulu get accelerated Smile


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davilla Wrote:YouTube and Hulu get accelerated Smile

You mean when using a crystalhd card or in general?
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davilla Wrote:Off Topic but:

http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html

Skunkworks:chd-test files davilla$ strings /Users/davilla/Downloads/libflashplayer.so | grep libcrystalhd
libcrystalhd.so

Bruhaha !!!!

Ahh 64-bit support, FINALLY! I'm sick of running the old 64-bit linux test version. It's McCrashy.

I find it interesting how they don't mention ANYTHING about acceleration. Just 64-bit on Linux/OSX/Windows and IE9 support. So you're saying CrystalHD support is IN on OSX/Linux? What about VDPAU in Linux? Smile
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dan1son Wrote:What about VDPAU in Linux? Smile

http://www.linuxtech.net/news/VDPAU_Supp...lugin.html
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ion_man Wrote:http://www.linuxtech.net/news/VDPAU_Supp...lugin.html

This plus the new 64bit Linux pluggin totally makes sense considering the fallout Adobe had with Apple.

I am not a big fan of his normally, but we all need to thank Steve Jobs for this one. After he stuck his middle finger in Adobe's face suddenly they need a new secondary platform to Windows, and Linux has stepped in!

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