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Old 07-02-2008, 02:46 PM   #676
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Old 07-02-2008, 02:47 PM   #677
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Old 07-02-2008, 02:50 PM   #678
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Agreed. Plus, Roberto's posts scare me. Not in a "I'm scared of SRT" way. In a creeepy way.

I told you guys it was spam 10 pages ago. When the Koreans post specs and pics of the cool hard drive based media players they get reported and spam canned. I don't see how this is any difference. Aside from the fact that it's creepy.

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I think Roberto is trying to be humerous but something is getting lost in translation.

What is creepy is the number of people who profess no interest but who are among the top posters. BTW, I am not including you in that assesment.
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Old 07-02-2008, 05:48 PM   #680
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Unfortunately not yet appeared analyses with them, so the manufacturer´s site has some informations (of course that has to be checked in reviews and public demos)

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My brain popped trying to figure out what this post actually says. Where's the scratching your head smiley?

For all the posts, we keep getting told that the new super duper black magic based smoke and mirrors SRT system that will literally make your clothes fall off is the Spurs engine. Which we all know merely reduces the SRT processing time from 12 hours per hour of video to 3 hours per hour of video. That was demonstrated and confirmed by Toshiba at CES 2008. Other than that, there is nothing new. So basically:

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz............... .........

Wake me up when something actually happens, K?
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Old 07-03-2008, 02:51 AM   #681
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I am still interested in potential SUC cards for my htpc, the current SD upscaling on my machine is rather artificial and i don't really like it. I have seen pictures of a (HUGE) PCI-E card somewhere in this or the other thread (i keep confusing the two), wonder if they will actually produce a consumer product.
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Old 07-03-2008, 02:56 AM   #682
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Is it true that the new Toshiba model suc my disk better than the other companies models?
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Old 07-04-2008, 03:58 AM   #683
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Agreed. Plus, Roberto's posts scare me. Not in a "I'm scared of SRT" way. In a creeepy way.

I told you guys it was spam 10 pages ago. When the Koreans post specs and pics of the cool hard drive based media players they get reported and spam canned. I don't see how this is any difference. Aside from the fact that it's creepy.

*shivers*

I disagree. It is not spam like someone coming here to sell products (usually with nothing to do with video/audio mind you). If this is spam, then everything on this site is spam, as just saying good things about BD, HD DVD, SD DVD, HDTV might just make someone want to buy one such product.

This is for discussion and info and I don't know about others, but I LIKE having more info to make my decisions on possible future purchases.
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Old 07-04-2008, 04:00 AM   #684
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Will someone answer my question about the Toshiba model?
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Does anyone else have an SUC product atm? This is supposed to be different to standard upscaling you get in any other device currently on the market iDarren.
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doh!

I assumed it was your bad literacy skills again

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I am still interested in potential SUC cards for my htpc, the current SD upscaling on my machine is rather artificial and i don't really like it. I have seen pictures of a (HUGE) PCI-E card somewhere in this or the other thread (i keep confusing the two), wonder if they will actually produce a consumer product.
Maybe a Quad Core HD board from Leadtek to desktop PC´s in near future?...
Super Resolution Coming To DVD Players (960P)

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Toshiba develops multimedia chip using Cell technology

Toshiba's high-performance SpursEngine chip works alongside a microprocessor to process video streams and images, and tackle other multimedia chores

By Dan Nystedt, IDG News Service
September 20, 2007

Toshiba has already started developing products using the processors, and will sell the chips to other companies for use in their products as well.
http://www.infoworld.com/article/07/...ng-Cell_1.html

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For all the posts, we keep getting told that the new super duper black magic based smoke and mirrors SRT system that will literally make your clothes fall off is the Spurs engine. Which we all know merely reduces the SRT processing time from 12 hours per hour of video to 3 hours per hour of video. That was demonstrated and confirmed by Toshiba at CES 2008. Other than that, there is nothing new. So basically:

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz............... .........

Wake me up when something actually happens, K?
SRT is one of several tasks executed by SpursEngine.

SpursEngine Features

* High performance stream processor
* Parallel video playback and processing
* High performance processing for video encoding and decoding
* Intelligent Video Processing
* Video Transcoding
* Video Indexing
* Video Editing and DVD Authoring
* Super Resolution
* Hand Gesture Interface

Hardware encoding (SpursEngine) on right and Software encoding on left:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctcqL...eature=related

"Scaled-down Cell CPU beats Intel’s quad-core chip in video transcoding"
http://www.tgdaily.com/content/view/37845/135/

As i said before, regarding real time/ no real time question using SRT "super upscale" to watch a DVD...
Super Resolution Coming To DVD Players (960P)
Super Resolution Coming To DVD Players (960P)

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