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Nvidia releases H.264 driver

Nvidia has released a Beta Driver that support H.264 decoding. Detailed features as listed below

  • Adds support for GeForce 7300 GS and GeForce 7300 LE GPUs.
  • New NVIDIA PureVideo features and enhancements. Please visit the NVIDIA PureVideo website for more information on PureVideo technology and system requirements.
  • Support for high definition H.264 hardware decode acceleration on GeForce 6 and 7 series GPUs.
  • Support for high definition MPEG-2 inverse telecine.
  • Support for high definition MPEG-2 spatial temporal de-interlacing.
  • Adds mixed vendor support for NVIDIA SLI.
    TV-Out/HD-out support for NVIDIA SLI.

  • Added support for VSync on Direct3D games when running NVIDIA SLI.
  • Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0c and OpenGL® 2.0 support

Drivers are available for download here

Nvidia has released a Beta Driver that support H.264 decoding. Detailed features as listed below

  • Adds support for GeForce 7300 GS and GeForce 7300 LE GPUs.
  • New NVIDIA PureVideo features and enhancements. Please visit the NVIDIA PureVideo website for more information on PureVideo technology and system requirements.
  • Support for high definition H.264 hardware decode acceleration on GeForce 6 and 7 series GPUs.
  • Support for high definition MPEG-2 inverse telecine.
  • Support for high definition MPEG-2 spatial temporal de-interlacing.
  • Adds mixed vendor support for NVIDIA SLI.
    TV-Out/HD-out support for NVIDIA SLI.

  • Added support for VSync on Direct3D games when running NVIDIA SLI.
  • Microsoft?DirectX?9.0c and OpenGL?2.0 support

Drivers are available for download here

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