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    Re: ultra thin laptops

    Whereas I agree with that statement. Sometimes... you just gotta have a REAL keyboard in order to get some typing done. :P
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    Re: ultra thin laptops

    It almost has at this point. Like Mastablasta said:


    They are now making laptops without keyboards... just one big foldie-screen.
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    Re: What's it Worth?

    One question regarding your list:

    Can you specify the paragraph and subsection? I found it online, and it's not divided into pages.


    And one comment:

    As a matter of fact, one of the...
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    Re: ultra thin laptops

    My biggest concern with "thin" laptops is durability. They're not building them with Titanium, that's for sure... usually it's plastic. On the more expensive builds, it's aluminum, and that an only...
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    What's it Worth?

    My current fiasco within the Linux world has resulted in some eye opening experiences.

    If you want to see a majority of the issues, I will post the links here.
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    Yeah, I don't get into games as much as I did before. And my current computer seems to run even more recent titles very well. This is why I really like the concept of Cloud Gaming. Just buy and...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    Well, I certainly hope so. I have been planning on getting a new PC for years now... but the one I currently own still runs like a top! However, I am starting to run into these little issues here...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    Again... thank you for the help. I think we may have got about as far as we can at this point.

    Audio Drivers have come to this point. Sound processing takes us so little CPU cycles, that there...
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    Re: Inappropriate PM's

    Thanks. The link seems to blink on and off... I finally found it though.
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    Inappropriate PM's

    I really don't know where to post this, so I thought this forum seemed the most appropriate...

    I just received an inappropriate Private Message

    Fujairah Call Girls | +9715######## | Indian Call...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    It doesn't work with anything besides YouTube, using the h264ify browser extension.

    I have tested Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, and Paramount+, and Amazon Prime for Streaming Video Services. Strangely...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    Correct. Although, the Stadia Enhanced Extension will allow you to force H.264 or VP9.

    Either way, Stadia still only runs in Software mode.
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    OMG! That worked! This made YouTube use my built-in Hardware Decoder right in the browser! I had to change "chromium-browser" to "brave-browser-stable," to accommodate the browser I am using, but...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    I am running Kubuntu 21.04, and it will not allow me to download the PPA for that Chromium Build. APT overrides the PPA, and downloads the Chromium SNAP. Nothing I can do to fix it.
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    How are you able to get that PPA to override the Snap Package. I still cannot do it...
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2464112



    That's a good alternative as well. But the option...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    As much as I don't like that answer... I do actually want to believe that. However, I have a Chromebook that seems to have Hardware Acceleration built in, that works flawlessly in YouTube, Stadia,...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    I agree with you. Looks like this "old hardware" is being left in the dust.

    Most of the streaming services (YouTube / Stadia / GeForce Now / XCloud) all still support H.264 for Legacy equipment. ...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    I should show you this...
    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2464112



    1. Got it. Done.
    2. Also done.
    3. There is an extension called "Stadia Enhanced" that will allow you to force...
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    Re: Nvidia / GPU Video Acceleration

    Hey Thanks! That works great!

    Now... how do we make VDPAU work in the Browser for Stadia?
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    Re: Hardware Accelerated VP9

    Ok. So, I don't quite understand how they work. But VA-API doesn't seem to use the video-card's on-board accelerator.

    I've tested this in VLC and MPV (SMPlayer). So, is it configured...
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    Re: Hardware Accelerated VP9

    It's possible that I don't quite understand how this all works... but I see VA-API as "Hardware Assisted," and VDPAU as "Hardware Accelerated."

    The reason I see it that way, is because Video...
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    Re: Hardware Accelerated VP9

    I can get VA-API working in Chromium. And it works as "Hardware Assisted" video playback. But what I want to see is VDPAU, which actually uses the Hardware Decoder to playback video. In other...
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    Re: Hardware Accelerated VP9

    Thanks for that link! That helps a lot.

    I do find it funny, however, this chart shows that Chrome supports Hardware H.264 in Linux, and it clearly does not.
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    Re: Hardware Accelerated VP9

    I guess what I am asking is... If I buy a new CPU that does VP9 onboard (Like a Ryzen 3000 or higher), will it be supported in Linux. i.e. Will I be able to decode YouTube Video, and/or Stadia in...
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    Re: Hardware Accelerated VP9

    What video processor are you using?
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