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I wonder how the compile process works. I have a Phenom II hexa with about as much multithreaded power clock-for-clock as a nehalem i7 that could possibly help here(when I get home from a vacation). I also woner if it could be made possible that this be compiled for 64-bit linux (it's an interesting possibility).

Also CCCP + MPC-HC makes for a great combination for playing pretty much anything.

Try reducing your boot time by running ccleaner, system ninja, and defraggler, and reducing your startup programs and services running.
Are there any good codec packs around. I need one to work with 64 bit DAUM Pot Player and the K-lite codec pack 64 bit doesn't do it for rmvb videos. Does better than the built in codecs that come with the player though.
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Try UMPlayer + Lachs0r's mplayer2 as the back-end. It works for everything I've thrown at it so far though I haven't tried rmvb. You could also just use the base UMPlayer install which uses mplayer backend.

http://www.umplayer.com/
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Well as far as the hard drive goes you can use your laptop one until you can afford a better one.
Hell no! I've got a WD HDD from another laptop lying around, or I'll just buy a small capacity HDD

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You could also look at a regular GTX 460, or an HD 6850/5850 from elsewhere too. They're all approximately similar performance and go for similar prices in the used section.


Also, I've been having problems getting DivX running in the browser. Is there anything you would suggest to do? As it is, I'm having to download whatever I wanted to stream and then watch it in VLC Player, which is not ideal at all.
6850/5850s actually go for much higher . EVGA have GTX 465s for $110, so it's just a matter of finding someone to get one, then me pay them for the GPU + shipping to Cyprus.

As for watching DivX things in the browser, you have to bug the DivX development team to develop a 64-Bit DivX browser plug-in!

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Have you tried windows media player with k-lite.
I think he meant in the browser?

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really sad to know that you have to go under the knife
hope its not too serious

dont know anything about compiling and all but if i could be of any help just let me know


BTW i think you should release 6 beta2 instead of 5.0.1
I wish it wasn't serious And yeah I think I'll manage for now thanks

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I wonder how the compile process works. I have a Phenom II hexa with about as much multithreaded power clock-for-clock as a nehalem i7 that could possibly help here(when I get home from a vacation). I also woner if it could be made possible that this be compiled for 64-bit linux (it's an interesting possibility).

Also CCCP + MPC-HC makes for a great combination for playing pretty much anything.

Try reducing your boot time by running ccleaner, system ninja, and defraggler, and reducing your startup programs and services running.
Unfortunately due to compiling with Visual Studio 2010, it's only single-threaded. But processor power does not play a big a role here, HDD speed and amount of RAM is what counts. The more RAM and faster the HDD, the faster the compile time. And yes I could make a 64-Bit Linux version. If I were to make a 64-Bit Linux version I'd be able to compile with MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4 etc due to using the GCC compiler which is MUCH more flexible. I tried using the GCC compiler to compile Waterfox for Windows but I kept on getting errors that no-one seemed to know how to fix. But I've found the Mozilla developer channel so I might try again and ask for help there.

Haha you'd be surprised to know that I have no programs that start-up. And it still takes 3 minutes. That's how crap my HDD is.
    
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Can anyone tell me if the Spywareblaster database is also used for Waterfox? I have been using it for years now and it has protection for specifically Firefox and IE. Does it see Waterfox as Firefox now?
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Maybe someone can donate a faster drive or more memory to the cause. If I could I would but as you can see from my specs I'm running on older generation HW.
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Can anyone tell me if the Spywareblaster database is also used for Waterfox? I have been using it for years now and it has protection for specifically Firefox and IE. Does it see Waterfox as Firefox now?
It should see Waterfox as Firefox. The only issue I would see is if Spywareblaster supports 64-Bit programs? I'd send an e-mail to their support and ask them if they support 64-Bit browsers.
    
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Well, I have VS 2010 installed already on my computer. I was going to ask you which one you used but you have already answered that. I didn't know it was single threaded. I have plenty of RAM and a decent speed raid array so it would probably be alot faster on mine, and like you said I could do the AVX builds. I wasn't sure if you did anything special with the source code so I was hesitant to even ask if you wanted any help. Didn't know if you were comfortable sending it to someone you hardly knew, etc. Anyway, if you need any help just shoot me a PM and I'd be happy to either do the AVX builds or the normal ones as well. I have very little experience with compiling just so you know. I have done some in the past, but it has been a while. Not sure how hard it would be to give a short step by step instruction list or if that is even feasible. If not and too complicated to try to put into words/vid, then I'll try to do some reading and learn what all I need to do. I pick up on things very quick
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Maybe someone can donate a faster drive or more memory to the cause. If I could I would but as you can see from my specs I'm running on older generation HW.
I was thinking about donations or something but I don't want to make it seem like I'm doing this just to get things. I don't know, what do you think?

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Well, I have VS 2010 installed already on my computer. I was going to ask you which one you used but you have already answered that. I didn't know it was single threaded. I have plenty of RAM and a decent speed raid array so it would probably be alot faster on mine, and like you said I could do the AVX builds. I wasn't sure if you did anything special with the source code so I was hesitant to even ask if you wanted any help. Didn't know if you were comfortable sending it to someone you hardly knew, etc. Anyway, if you need any help just shoot me a PM and I'd be happy to either do the AVX builds or the normal ones as well. I have very little experience with compiling just so you know. I have done some in the past, but it has been a while. Not sure how hard it would be to give a short step by step instruction list or if that is even feasible. If not and too complicated to try to put into words/vid, then I'll try to do some reading and learn what all I need to do. I pick up on things very quick
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I was thinking about donations or something but I don't want to make it seem like I'm doing this just to get things. I don't know, what do you think?



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I think donations would also work. People could make it as small or as large as they need to. Those who can will and those who can't wont. Any little can help. Setup a Paypal account for the donations and put it on the first post.
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It should see Waterfox as Firefox. The only issue I would see is if Spywareblaster supports 64-Bit programs? I'd send an e-mail to their support and ask them if they support 64-Bit browsers.
Thank you
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