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Comment: Re:Software / Firmware (Score 2) 119

by Vuojo (#36360908) Attached to: GPL'd Driver and Linux Support For New H.264 Capture Card
From the site: Update: June 7th, 2011 - Several important things to note, the BC-H series H.264 cards do not have at traditional firmware that is loaded. Everything is accessed directly from the driver / user space applications. Secondly, we report sales of each encoder to MPEGLA and pay any necessary patent fees for the sale of each encoder, meaning that any cards purchased from Bluecherry already have the patent protection from MPEGLA for the device level encoder.

Comment: They flipped Finnish data upside down (Score 5, Insightful) 882

by Vuojo (#30177218) Attached to: Climatic Research Unit Hacked, Files Leaked
There was a documentary about climate change hoax on Finnish YLE channel (it's like BBC of Finland) couple of weeks ago. It basically told that the climate data collected from Finland was turned upside down so that it would show warming instead of cooling etc. People who understand Finnish can check it out from Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gmJiZfyDPE People who don't understand Finnish can just check these few seconds where they show how they flipped Finnish data: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suySkDny-zk#t=7m00s

Comment: Re:Cheapest (Score 1) 123

by Vuojo (#29952326) Attached to: New XBMC Port Promises ARM-Powered HD In the Palm of Your Hand
I have never had dropped frames with my box. It has 4GB of memory and I'm using XBMC Live installed on a flash card so there aren't any extra processes wasting CPU time. It would be nice to hear if those who are experiencing dropped frames are using stock Ubuntu installs or XBMC Live installs.

Comment: Re:Cheapest (Score 5, Informative) 123

by Vuojo (#29951812) Attached to: New XBMC Port Promises ARM-Powered HD In the Palm of Your Hand
Anything with Nvidias ION board can handle high bitrate 1080p movies without dropped frames. Here is a link to the board I used for my XBMC http://pden.zotac.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage_images.tpl&product_id=169&category_id=15&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=1

Comment: Wind Could NOT Provide 100% of World Energy Needs (Score 4, Informative) 867

by Vuojo (#28431099) Attached to: Wind Could Provide 100% of World Energy Needs
It just couldn't simply because there isn't wind all the time and we don't have any realistic way to store energy for calm days. Wind could be useful as a part of the energy production but with current technology there is no way wind could be used as the only energy source.

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