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Old 4 May 2006, 06:21 PM   #1
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I am not sure what it is for I did a google on iDCT but I kept on getting stuff for DGdecode and I looked at the pro help files and I am still not 100% clear on what it does.
Do I leave this on default or can I tick sse2mmx I know my computer supports it?



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now then br7 give it ago and see what happens you could always change it back if it dont work mate or causes you problems
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I know it's prob safe but if I am not sure of something I like to check and make sure I wont ruin anything better to be safe then sorry I did give a go I didn't see any difference

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That's good... you shouldn't see a difference... Each of the choices represent a different routine to do the same thing with different levels of accuracy. Some algorithms run faster on some processors than others.
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Oh ok I get it now
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BR7,

The complete package dgmpgd 1.4.7 beta6 which has the DGDecode manual and the DGIndex executible will give you the definations of which one to choose.

iDCt Algorithm

The default setting in DGIndex is:
Skal SSE MMX and is the one I use.
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Thanks ed I will look in to it
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That's good... you shouldn't see a difference... Each of the choices represent a different routine to do the same thing with different levels of accuracy. Some algorithms run faster on some processors than others.
and here are some (speed) results from my tests:
http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=55813
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Thanks for that link UncasMS that helps a lot
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i use simple MMX (xvid).

from what ive heard, its SLIGHTLY more precise and faster than the default.
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