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Old 16th November 2006, 16:51   #2021  |  Link
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-Minor speed improvements (about 1 to 5%).
Can't confirm that. I recorded the cpu usage using perfmon on two different video files. Each test has passed three times and i then calculated an avarage value.

First i ran CoreAVC 1.1.0.5 on overlay-mixer and haali (media player classic). Since haali needs alot more cpu i decided not use it in the tests.


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A 2minute sequence from BBC HD Planet Earth Episode 2 (MBAFF)


I think there are technical limits for decoding speed and CoreAVC is probably close. However, main thing is that they fixed alot of bugs. I am sure we will see a speed improvement when they implement GPU support.

Edit:Error of measurement is about +-1%

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Old 16th November 2006, 16:59   #2022  |  Link
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so according to these graphics, the speed increase / cpu usage decrease is basically neglible ?

considering my other point, I am right with the assumption that 1.2 is currently only available as update for those who already bought it ? if yes, when will the page be updated for the rest ?
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They sell coreavc 1.2 on their website. And no, its not only an update.
However im skeptic about activation and i will think twice before buying it.

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Old 16th November 2006, 17:06   #2024  |  Link
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I am right with the assumption that 1.2 is currently only available as update for those who already bought it ? if yes, when will the page be updated for the rest ?
If you haven't bought it, then how did you get it?

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Old 16th November 2006, 17:07   #2025  |  Link
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considering my other point, I am right with the assumption that 1.2 is currently only available as update for those who already bought it ? if yes, when will the page be updated for the rest ?
You can buy CoreAVC 1.2 on www.coreavc.com (not coreavc.corecodec.com, this sub-domain has to be redirected i think)

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for people that dont get the mail *CHECK* you junkmail/spam folder
and at BetaBoy the new account system dont tell you if you have successful registered, when you click register
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SMP(multi-core CPU) support limit is reduced from 4 to 2, right?
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Old 16th November 2006, 17:22   #2028  |  Link
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my god,smp 4 to 2 orz
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Old 16th November 2006, 17:39   #2029  |  Link
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SMP(multi-core CPU) support limit is reduced from 4 to 2, right?
WHAT!?! I payed for SMP support up to 4 processors/cores!

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that has to be a joke. man, guys i supported you from day one and this is what i get? i can not reinstall my pc without hastle and features get removed... WOW

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Have you got 4 CPU/Cores or are you planning to have them?
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Seems the trial version donwload button is not yet linked... so, guess what?
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Have you got 4 CPU/Cores or are you planning to have them?
as a matter of fact... yes. my issue is not that i totally need 4 cores to handle avc streams. it is the fact how corecodec handles their customers. (yes i allready wrote a mail directly to them).
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i think this release is clearly dedicated to the new registration-system...
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Old 16th November 2006, 18:31   #2035  |  Link
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as a matter of fact... yes. my issue is not that i totally need 4 cores to handle avc streams. it is the fact how corecodec handles their customers. (yes i allready wrote a mail directly to them).
as long the readme.txt has been up it has allways sad that it has 2 cores/ 2 singel-cpu smp no more or less on the pro version

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- Interlaced support (PAFF and MBAFF)
- SMP (multi-core CPU) support (limit 2)
- GPU support*
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You can buy CoreAVC 1.2 on www.coreavc.com (not coreavc.corecodec.com, this sub-domain has to be redirected i think)

Edit: Sirber beats me..
no, i cant. theres only coreavc 1.1 there.
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Old 16th November 2006, 18:39   #2037  |  Link
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I'm too tired to laugh ;-).... Last thing we are now doing for Jarod is checking for site spelling errors (I am still sure he'll find a few i'll miss).
He missed a few.

From the Company section:

"Founded in 2002, CoreCodec, Inc. is [?] privately held corporation whos focus is on Audio and Video Multimedia Technology."

SDK Licensing:

"CoreCodec offers pricing for licensing the source code for CoreAVC within it's SDK (Software Development Kit) for third party H.264 playback integration."

"after the evaluator/licensee completes a non disclosure, software evaluation agreements and answers a licensing questionaire."

And why does the bottom of the page say "This Category is currently empty "?

Just trying to help!
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as long the readme.txt has been up it has allways sad that it has 2 cores/ 2 singel-cpu smp no more or less on the pro version
Well I have a readme stating:
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CoreAVC. Professional Edition Decoder
  - Baseline, Main, High profile support
  - Interlaced support (PAFF and MBAFF)
  - SMP (multi-core CPU) support (limit 4)
  - GPU support*
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This statement was included in the decoder archive since V1.0.0.0
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*edit*
This statement was included in the decoder archive since V1.0.0.0
exactly. i am so pissed right now because i installed the decoder at my working place because i was eager to test it. no warning, now message where i had to agree with the online activation. so now at home i am not able to install the decoder at my media center pc.
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exactly. i am so pissed right now because i installed the decoder at my working place because i was eager to test it. no warning, now message where i had to agree with the online activation. so now at home i am not able to install the decoder at my media center pc.
I read somewhere that you can just download the file again and activate the new download. That would still stop illegal distribution and thus might be possible but would give you the option to reinstall it as often as you want.
I can confirm that the .ax has some bytes changed everytime you redownload the installer... I did not install the new version yet, as I'm still not trusting the new activation. And with no speed improvements (as reported by JFu) and no others advantages for me I'll keep running 1.1.0.5.
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