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Old 5 Apr 2006, 02:39 PM   #1
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The most efficient (software) AVC decoder was released a little while ago, its damn fast. http://coreavc.corecodec.org

free trial version will be available soon
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Old 10 Apr 2006, 02:19 AM   #2
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The most efficient (software) AVC decoder was released a little while ago, its damn fast. http://coreavc.corecodec.org

free trial version will be available in a month. in the meantime, you can use the latest free version, 0.0.0.4.

its been quite stable on my PC, been using it for a few months, 0.0.0.4 is attached below. to install, extract archive and place the entire folder in C:\windows\system32. run the register.bat file to install. to uninstall, run unregister.bat

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anonymez... as much as I hate to do things like this... but since I was made aware of it now. I must ask you to remove the attachment. CoreAVC was never 'free' and was distributed with no license what so ever, meaning that you cannot distribute it unless CoreCodec was to give you permission to do so.

We will have a 30 day demo for everyone to test in about 2 week @ www.coreavc.com of our updated 1.0x version.
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