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    Variable Bitrate Mikesz's Avatar
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    M9000 and divx?

    Will an epia m9000 play a divx movie?

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    after some digging, if found my answer here. Looks like im going to buy one.
    http://www.overclockers.com.au/artic...?id=130033&P=2

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    anything over 300 mhz will play your divx files nicely.
    Mine needs to be updated.

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    Originally posted by samc
    anything over 300 mhz will play your divx files nicely.
    I would say it all depends on the player.

    I used samurize to monitor hardware for a while, want more info go here www.samurize.com and I noticed that the player included with DVIX "PLAYA" uses more CPU cycles that WMP, any WMP that is.

    So if you want to play DVIX make shure you choose the right player.

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    Originally posted by osirisdon
    I would say it all depends on the player.
    well to be more precise the CODEC used will have some control on that too.....

    I play DivX's fine on my EPIA 800Mhz at 640x480 screen res - so im happy with that...
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    the video driver must be also capable of handling the specialized video hardware on the chips, such as the colorspace converter and the scaler, as these operation are extremely intensive.
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