> Could part of the MPEG2 Layer III decoding be done in the 1581 drive? None of it, because there is no such thing. MPEG1 Layer III on the other hand.. Some of the bitstream decoding could perhaps be done on the drive. The main obstacle is the huffman tables: too many and too large, unless the drive reloads them on-demand from the disk.. Layer 1 and 2 should be possible. > would it still be way too slow (like 1% of the required performance)? You didn't expect it to be real-time, did you?:-) -Pasi -- "36 Hours, sponsored by Interplanetary Expeditions -- Exploring the past to create a better future." -- Voiceover in Babylon 5:"And Now For a Word" - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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