>> Anyway, I have moved to Reel Multimedia's eHD card in my VDR box ... >> which is nice. I might write up my experiences on it thus far if >> anyone is actually interested. There's not much English chat out there >> on this card, mostly in German on vdr portal and reel's own portal.
> I have bought an eHD card too, and got as far as having video out both > the hdmi and s-video connector, Also on news (don't know how trustworthy the source is but..): http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/multimedia/display/20080902113646_ATI_to_Enable _High_Definition_Video_Playback_on_Linux_Based_Computers.html Ati's roadmap: http://www.techpowerup.com/71277/AMD_Software_Roadmap_Surfaces_HDCP_Content_ in_Linux.html Let's hope those "OEM only" drivers are repackaged soon to more general usage. I hope Nvidia answers with similar features on their drivers. I just hope that they both make possible to use 50.000000000000Hz refresh rates on driver. So I am holding my decision (eHD, ATI, Nvidia) for a couple of months more. I've been experimenting HD since 2003, so I am patient.. //Jori
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