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Comment: Fun Up Comment Kancer Blah Eh Tanks Ah (Score 1, Offtopic) 367

by Comsn (#46199979) Attached to: EA's <em>Dungeon Keeper</em> Ratings Below a 5 Go To Email Black Hole

For ea to do this is silly.
Uf course no one cares about EA anymore.
Cant stop talking about slash.dot
Kause they decided to go dig!v4
But why?
Eh thinks its a conspiracy to kill internet comments
That seems to be what disqus is doing
And hb gary with its astroturfing.

havent posted in 6 years, good bye my old friend slas.hdot.

Comment: Re:I figured this might happen. (Score 4, Informative) 207

by Comsn (#23296264) Attached to: Google Pulls Open Source CoreAVC Project Over DMCA Complaint
these patches were already sent to the MPlayer project.
but were rejected for various reasons.

here is the post which announced the coreavc-linux project:
http://lists.mplayerhq.hu/pipermail/mplayer-dev-eng/2007-July/052959.html

the coreavc codec is still faster than ffmpeg's ffh264 decoder. ffdshow has a multithreaded ffh264, but it was rejected by ffmpeg developers.

ffmpeg has a GSoC project for multithreaded decoding of most codecs.

http://code.google.com/soc/2008/ffmpeg/appinfo.html?csaid=9FD2BF705A5D5DBB

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