Tale ASUSov Pundit mi je kar všeč, samo bogsigavedi kakšen TV izhod ima. Ima namreč plac za 2 PCI kartici.
Za video procesor, ki je bil aktualen konec leta 2001 sem našel podatek
- MPEG 2/1 Video Decoder
- Built-in motion compensation logic
- VCD , DVD and HDTV ( all ATSC modes ) decoding
- Direct DVD to TV playback
Video FAQ for 315 family:
I. Why we can't see TV's video when using mirror mode to play video.
Ans : We only support one overlay hardware, so we just apply it on first device.
II. But sometimes we can see video normally displayed in both devices.
Ans: Because the player choose GDI method to display.
III. How to distinguish the method between overlay and GDI.
Ans : Change resolution to 256 color, the video using GDI method is more uglier.
IV. Why not always choose GDI to display video in mirror mode ?
Ans : (a) GDI is slower than overlay.
(b) GDI is more ugly than overlay.
(c) Driver cannot tell players to use GDI, driver just can tell player not to use overlay.
(d) When players cannot create overlay surface, they may forgive to play video.
V. The known players that use GDI to play video in mirror mode.
WinDVD(after WinDVD v3.1 Build1914C), PowerDVD(after PowerDVD XP 4.01109).
Ocena video izhoda
Unfortunately, assessing the 315's 2D image quality isn't as easy as snapping a few screenshots. To assess video signal quality and sharpness, I compared the 315 to its competitors from this review, and also to a GeForce3 and Matrox G550 (our review is coming up shortly). To my surprise, the 315's video signal quality is quite good; it's right up there with the GeForce3 and Radeon VE.
It's really hard to tell the difference between these cards with my monitors and eyes, though. To me, the G550 takes the cake with its gorgeous text. However, the 315 is at least as good as any of the other competitors.
While I wasn't able to test the 315's DVD playback, video playback using all manner of formats was smooth. The Radeon VE, which is known for its DVD playback, didn't have an apparent advantage over the 315 across multiple video formats.