> Problem is, that is just a chip. Any boards out using it? Linux drivers?
no. it's pci-e mini board with chip and Linux open source driver
> Torgeir Veimo wrote:
> > 2010/1/2 Paul Menzel <paulepan...@users.sourceforge.net>:
> >> I just share something I read on the XBMC  Web site.
> >> The Broadcom Crystal HD Hardware Decoder (BCM970012) seems to be an
> >> alternative for HD playback with free drivers . You can get it at as
> >> an mini-PCIE card at eBay for 22 $ .
> > I'd recommend the BCM70015, which is the better part.
> > It works as a decoder only, making YUV 4:2:2 frames available, which
> > must then be blitted to whatever output framebuffer setup you have,
> > over the pci express bus. The API seems very straightforward, much
> > simpler that VDPAU, thus one could get a HW accelerated H.264 setup
> > without X11.
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