Tuesday, September 29, 2009
GPU-Accelerated Flash Player Provides Smooth HD Video, Arrives Next Month [Flash]
At last, here's a GPU-accelerated Flash player. That means two things: One, my laptop won't melt every time I run freaking Hulu. Two, since almost every Nvidia GPU is supported, even smartphones will be able to play HD Flash video.
Nvidia has been demonstrating builds of the GPU-accelerated Flash player around, and it's making an announcement on October 5. According to those who have seen it, it provides ultra-smooth high definition video playback, even on portable Tegra platforms.
About time. [Gizmodo via Notebookjournal.de via Hexus]