DivX Accelerated Beta
Preview of DivX Accelerated Solution: DivX ASP Decoder Filter 6.10 Beta
Get the best possible playback of your DivX movies with DivX Accelerated™ products from AMD. Using this decoder filter and a supported AMD Radeon™ HD 6800 or 6900 series of graphics card, you can enjoy an improved DivX video playback experience:
- Low CPU usage
- Extended notebook battery life
- Superior overall computer operation
To take advantage of this enhanced video playback experience, please follow these instructions:A. Software Installation
- Make sure you have the supported hardware and most up-to-date driver package from AMD:
- Download and install the following decoder filter:
- Download and install Media Player Classic (MPC) Home Cinema:
- Download and install the June 2010 DirectX runtime:
- Configure Media Player Classic (MPC) Home Cinema:
a. Launch MPC
b. Select: View > Options...
c. Navigate to: External Filters
d. Click: Add Filter...
e. Select: DivX Decoder Filter
f. Click: OK
g. Select: Prefer
h. Click: OK
- Open the Windows Task Manager, click the "Performance" tab.
- Play a video using Media Player Classic. Note the CPU Usage
- Close MPC.
- Launch the DivX Control Panel: Start -> All Programs -> DivX Plus -> Codec Settings
- Navigate to the Advanced tab.
- Scroll to the ASP section.
- Select: Use DXVA hardware accelerated playback when available.
- Re-launch Media Player Classic and play a video. Note the CPU usage change.
Compare the CPU performance between B and C; you should notice a significant difference depending on your CPU. The less powerful your CPU is, the more drastic the performance difference.D. Known Issues
- DivX Control Panel has limited functionality
- Instability on dual monitor configurations
- Specific clips with Quarter pixel, Global Motion Compensation, and multiple B frames affect playback
- Video clips show (red) color difference when DXVA is turned on
- Poor seek/trickplay performance when DXVA is on.
Thank you for previewing DivX HW Accelerated technology on your new AMD hardware!
-The DivX Codec Team