RE: Fast GCR decoding?

From: Baltissen, GJPAA (Ruud) (
Date: 2005-11-08 10:06:31

Hallo Spiro,

> The overhead
> of transferring more data (320 byte vs. 256 byte) might be 
> less than the
> time you gain by moving the decoding into the computer.

IMHO that is just shifting the problem AND loosing time because you have to
send more data.

> This scheme is also used with the "warp" routines of
> SC/cbm4linux/cbm4win.

Correct. But here is a much much more powerfull CPU crunching the data. 

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