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About AGDenton

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  1. 9800GX2 working full (qe/ci)

    In other words, you've got a flashable, 9800GX2 ROM? Or one that you can setup the card with once the rest of the computer is already in OSX?
  2. 9800GX2 working full (qe/ci)

    Could you post the driver you added to rEFIt to make it setup the card properly? I'd like to try this at home with a 8800.
  3. Hi all, Recent builds of Leopard indicate there have been changes in the H.264 part of QuickTime. The current encoder and decoder are falling way behind the (open-source) competition in terms of supported features, meaning that you can encode, with about 20% more efficiency than with QT, streams that it won't be able to decode... The decoder side is currently handled by the Perian Quicktime component (in its SVN builds), and a few components have been meaning to incorporate the best free encoder (x264) in QT the same way. I'm working on one of these myself. The thing is, if a fully-featured H.264 implementation is coming down next June, there's no point in losing my time right now ! So could someone please describe to me what the QT H.264 encoding options window looks like in 9A377A ? To see it, try to export a movie in QT Player, choose "Sequence to QuickTime Sequence", hit Options, then Options again in the video panel, and select H.264 in the drop menu. Particular things of interest would be "CABAC" or "High Profile". If you can take a screenshot, that'd be great. Thanks in advance ! AG