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NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology

by: Ailene B. Misa | 19 Feb, 2010 11:28:44

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Nowadays, you can see more and more computers everywhere you go.  From your house, to the office, supermarket, subway, school, etc.  People are becoming computer dependent.  Well in fact most of our tasks are commonly done with the use of computer.

 With this, most computer manufacturer never stop their research and development to further enhance the capability of our existing computers.

 Most of the software available in the market has excellent graphical user interface. Also, most of us are getting much interested with enhance graphic pictures and videos.  Regardless of the web page that you will visit, you will notice one thing, they images and even videos.  And it is a reality that it’s a good experience to watch on-line videos over the Internet like in YouTube.

 However there are problems that users commonly encountered while doing multimedia works. 

 Can you imagine this you are doing photo and video editing both at the same time?  Huh…  Most probably, your computer already hang-up or working slow because your video adapter cannot support those work. 

 Well, not now.  Computer users’ desire for better and high quality video output is now within your reach.   I guess most users require numerous display options.

 The greatest way to attain this is through NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology.

 You read it right folks!

 NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology allows computer user works with your photo and video editing at the same time, or watch DVD movies on your computer with high video resolutions. 

 What then is NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology?

 I consult my favorite on-line encyclopedia for definition and I got this:

“Nvidia PureVideo is a hardware feature designed to offload video decoding processes and video post-processing from a computer's CPU hardware to NVIDIA's GPU hardware series GeForce 6, GeForce 7, GeForce 8, GeForce 9 and GeForce 200 ; GeForce M series (formerly known as GeForce Go); and Nvidia Quadro series. PureVideo is designed to work with Microsoft's Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center.”

NVIDIA PureVideo HD is influenced by the committed video processing core on the NVIDIA applications processors that carries excellent video amid nominal CPU consumption and little power utilization.

It also provides high quality standard movie viewing experience for high-definition or Blu ray video

NVIDIA’s PureVideo™ HD technology, starts with NVIDIA® GeForce® 8 Series GPUs. 

From NVIDIA official web site, I got this statement:

“H.264, WMV/VC-1, and MPEG-4 Hardware Acceleration NVIDIA PureVideo provides ultra-smooth playback of H.264, WMV/VC-1 and MPEG-4 HD and SD videos with minimal CPU usage.”

So what are the advantages of using NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology?

Computer users can experience the following with NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology:

You can now view pictures or videos as if they are real.  It can display accurate and vibrant colors.

It can provides fine picture by removing distortions or blurring and progressive ranging technology, and refines rough edges

It provides very smooth video output.  We all know that it has committed video processing core that offers amazingly high-definition and liquid video with no prances.  Its video processing core offload the CPU and other video task to allow your computer to run different applications continuously.  Take not these processes were done with less power. 

I can say that NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology is vital for the ultimate HD Movie experience.

With NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology, movie watching is even made better in your own computer.


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