[vdr] Minimum CPU requirement for xineliboutput + vdr-sxfe for HDTV

Harald Milz hm at seneca.muc.de
Thu Feb 27 21:59:17 CET 2014


It might be even cheaper to get a cheap Nvidia card along with s power saving CPU. My player is an ION board with an Atom 230... 

On 27. Februar 2014 21:29:20 MEZ, Stephan Loescher <loescher at gmx.de> wrote:
>Hi!
>
>I am interested in your experiences with xineliboutput-plugin and 
>vdr-sxfe for HDTV and not using VDPAU but using the plain CPU-power.
>
>The plan would be to build a simple system without any special 
>graphics-card and no special X11-configuration or driver, perhaps some 
>cheap system like the one descibed in http://ct.de/-1375124 (German).
>(Celeron G1820, small case, low power consumption, about 180 EUR
>without 
>disks.)
>
>I know from my own VDR-systems, that a Intel Core2 Duo @ 1.86GHz or a 
>Core i3 540 @ 3.07GHz has far enough power to run VDR and vdr-sxfe for 
>displaying HDTV.
>
>But I think even slower and thus cheaper CPUs could do the 
>HDTV-decoding, too.
>
>What is you experience?
>Would it be possible to use these new Haswell-Celerons?
>
>TIA and best regards,
>Stephan.
>
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