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Old 19th March 2006, 21:44   #41  |  Link
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yupp, especially when their SDK's hold such low quality...
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Old 19th March 2006, 22:23   #42  |  Link
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yupp, especially when their SDK's hold such low quality...
Indeed....
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Old 4th June 2006, 02:56   #43  |  Link
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hi SeeMoreDigital, here are 2 more ZV888 players:

Muvid 208
http://www.dvdboard.de/forum/showthread.php?t=99131
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ELTA 8847MP4
http://www.dvdboard.de/forum/showthread.php?t=99673
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Old 4th June 2006, 10:02   #44  |  Link
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Many thanks... I'll add them to my list


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Old 19th June 2006, 20:45   #45  |  Link
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Chipsets that are divx certified!

Surfing the web, i found this page and maybe u can be interested:
http://www.divx.com/company/partner/certified_ic.php
I own an Nortex NDVX 2502 who has a Sunplus SPHE8281D as i saw on this page it seem's to be certified.
Do u have extra info about it?
Thanks!

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Old 18th July 2006, 01:03   #46  |  Link
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anyone have any info on Maya 603's or Mico Sofia 02A or any other players with AMLogic chips in them ?

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Old 26th October 2006, 12:16   #47  |  Link
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how about LG DVX-9900, i didnt find it in the lists
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Old 27th October 2006, 12:16   #48  |  Link
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how about LG DVX-9900, i didnt find it in the lists
It's fitted with an MediaTek MT1389xx series chip-set
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Em8475

thank you for all this information.i have a question to you,i am really need the chips for SEGMA DESIGNS for my project and i don't know where i can buy this chips.
help me please.
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Hi lm85,

Sigma's EM8475 chip-set is quite a few years old now, so I doubt it's still in production.

That said, as this chip-set was fitted to Sigma's Xcard (an MPEG-1, 2 and 4 hardware decoder PCI card for a PC), you'll probably be able to find one of these cards on say, e-bay.


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Anyone happen to know what chipset the Samsung DVD-HD870 contains?
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Old 29th June 2007, 15:30   #52  |  Link
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Got an Alba RDVD1002 DVD Recorder second-hand from Ebay, and found after a lil digging that it plays MPEG-4 Part 2 discs, however I'm apprehensive to open the recorder to find the chip used. This is a recorder that is about 2 years old I think. Tried 2 previous MPEG-4 with MP3 audio CD encodes (AVI) from my last codec test (around 2005 IIRC), one was 3ivx D4 4.5.1 and the other DivX 5.2.1 Pro. Both played fine, DivX had a screwy output, but that's probably cause I didn't set the PAR in the encoder when I encoded it. I did set it with 3ivx at the time and that played fine, as expected. I'm going to make a CD up with different bitrates and resolutions, and audio settings to determine what the limits are.

Some useful info about the playback part. It has analogue output (and input) only, nothing digital. These are: component output (YPbPr), SCART CVBS and SCART RGB, S-Video, and RCA composite. The rest I gotta figure out unless somebody knows the chip it uses.

EDIT: OK, I took the plunge and took the cover off, but before I did, found out that the component output is actually YCbCr, so is that progressive?

Inside, the drive is a 5.25" recorder, from BenQ, model number I can't remember, connected to the mainboard with a 40-pin IDE cable, so there may be some possibility for upgrading. The chip I found is a MediaTek 8105 model, actual chip number MT8105GE. It's an ARM chip, and I'm not sure how these perform with MPEG-4 decoding. Some research later found that the 8105 series is similar to the 1389 series, but any more info on the MT8105's playback formats, specifically the revision I have, would be very helpful.

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Hi,

Does anyone have any information about the MT8303 chipset ? It's used in my digital picture frame (DMA702) which I would really like to improve (read -> hack my own firmware). To date I've only found some info on an obscure chinese forum http://107636666.qq.topzj.com/viewthread.php?tid=389996 but I'm missing the first part of a rar file posted there. The file name is MT8303_Datasheet V10.part2.rar Does anyone happen to have the part1 of this rar or the whole datasheet ? Of course any details regarding this chip apart from marketing crap may also be useful. Also, if there are any mailing lists/forums/irc channels more appropriate for this kind of questions I'd be happy to hear about them.

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