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Video codecs: SW vs. HW

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re: Video codecs: SW vs. HW
visit2neo   5/9/2008 7:18:13 AM
Kenton Its really informative and nice info.. actually i was just wondering if you could tell me some good source where i can find h/w video codecs? For instance i know one site where one can find only s/w video codecs not hardware. And these h/w video codecs are licensable or sellable? if yes weather its cost is more than s/w video codecs?

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