[vdr] eHD, VDR and multimedia files

derblubber derblubber at gmx.net
Wed Jul 23 21:32:25 CEST 2008


For regular hdtv viewing over dvb-s2 this cpu should be more than fast  
enough. There are people running the eHD with a 700mhz Pentium 3 i  
have heard.


Am 23.07.2008 um 20:52 schrieb Goga777:

>>> - does eHD support 1080p ?
>>
>> Nope. Max is 1080i at 60Hz. And for normal viewing, 1080P is still a  
>> thing in
>> the very long future (for your information, we just got HDTV since  
>> March)
>> and it would be only be interesting for the HDDVD and BluRay movies.
>
> yes,  I mean hdtv rips, hddvd/bluray content
>
>>> - which CPU do you have and what about cpu load during of decoding  
>>> 1080i ?
>>
>> I have an AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4200+ with AMD
>> Cool'n'Quiet enabled. Currently it runs on 1Ghz (because of the AMD
>> Cool'n'Quiet) and vdr has a CPU load of 15% through 25%.
>
> may be you know - does Pentium 4 3 GHz will be enough ?
>
>>> - is it hard to buy this card in Europe ?
>>
>> I ordered it online through Reel Germany. Ordered it Thursday,  
>> payed it
>> the same day using IBAN information and UPS delivered it yesterday :)
>
> fine :)
>
> Goga
>
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