Technotrend Budget s2-1600 Intel GMA 3600 (D2700DC) Intel Atom freeze

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  1. dcastroe

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    I have problems when tune HD channels. It looks slowest and stop. SD channels are perfect.
    I see perfectly 1080p mkv movies on my HTPC.
    I have windows 7 ultimate 32 bit with 4 GB of ram.
    Any idea?



    thanks
     
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    check if you have enabled intel hardware decoding in lav filter ..
     
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    Also see - https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...tent-artifacts-on-display.113337/#post-925749 - and - https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/heavy-video-pixelation-on-client-screen.113209/

    Basically HD TV is quite often 1080i (interlaced), which is harder for the GPU to handle because it has to de-interlace it (1080p is easier - no de-interlacing needed).

    You'll definitely need to use DXVA2 hardware acceleration in LAV video decoder to reduce the CPU load (I don't think Atoms have QuickSync decoding).
     
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