No need, one is already written:
Gives you the option to use
1) Divx HD codec (for any GPU that is DXVA compliant)
2) CoreAVC (to allow CUDA for any Nvidia card) <-----definatley the better option for nvidia users!
if decoding correctly your DTS/DD files should be alot louder than any sound format with 2 channels. To correct for this in ffdshow you have to set normalisation and audio boost to roughly 500%, all audio will then be at one level.
Originally Posted by Greg121986
Update: I ended up obtaining a Galaxy GT 220 for a short period of time to test out. I have concluded that Ubuntu 10.04 does not yet support the Intel Core i3 integrated video. I...
Originally Posted by Tator Tot
I'm pretty sure that the HD4350's can do this as well. And use less power.
The only ATi GPU's that cannot are the IGP's (for some stupid reason)
Nope definatley not,...
It *could* be due to the ati gpu chipset.
Many ati owners (especially onboard gpu ones) have experiences extreme slowdown from S3 wake, my 790gx board experiences this, when waking from S3 sleep its super slow, for some the new ati...
Originally Posted by hick
All you need is Haali, and possibly AC3filter if you do not have a DTS receiver.
what about using DXVA/Cuda? Or enabling FFW/RRW for mkvs in 7mc which it doesnt natively support?
just about to say the same myself, dont waste your money on a soundcard its not needed!
I would go for an ATI 5450 purely because if you get a bluray player and have a hd audio amp you will be able to bitstream DTS-HD and Dolby-truehd...