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|FLAWLESS FLASH VIDEO
Put an end to stuttering online videos and enjoy smoother, full screen SD and HD content with an NVIDIA® graphics processor. Adobe Flash Player 10.1 beta is here, with full GPU-acceleration for NVIDIA® ION™ and NVIDIA® GeForce®-powered PCs, NVIDIA® Quadro®-powered workstations, and support for NVIDIA® Tegra®-powered devices (coming soon). Visit these HD Gallery pages from your favorite websites to view GPU-accelerated Adobe Flash 10.1 content. The full production release of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 will be available in 1H 2010.
|Flash is everywhere. Visit HD Gallery pages from your favorite websites for more GPU-accelerated Adobe Flash 10.1 content. The full production release of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 will be available in 1H 2010.
Enjoy these sites in HD or full screen SD:
|“The GPU acceleration for Flash is the real deal, for sure, though—I watched a Star Trek trailer on YouTube HD on an Nvidia Ion-powered HP Mini 311 output to an external monitor, even, and it ran flawlessly. Which, if you've ever tried to play an HD Flash clip, even on full-fledged systems it molests CPU cycles, so just working on a $400 netbook very nearly deserves applause.”||“Adobe officially announced that Flash Player 10.1 will enable netbooks with NVIDIA ION graphics to play back high definition Flash movies full screen…
I got a chance to see demos of both in action at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference last week and can assure you that the improvements are very noticeable.”
|– Gizmodo||– Notebooks.com|
“Adobe and Nvidia announced that the next version of the Flash player will take advantage of Nvidia graphics processing units (GPUs) to improve online video. Adobe Flash Player 10.1, which will be in beta by the end of this year, will be designed to get a boost from Nvidia’s GeForce, Ion and Tegra chips.”
Netbooks and nettops based on the Ion platform will benefit from Flash 10.1, since online video is an area where Intel’s Atom platform currently falls short.”
“…the companies have been working closely together as part of the Open Screen Project to optimize and improve performance of Flash Player 10.1 by taking advantage of GPU video and graphics acceleration on a wide range of mobile Internet devices…”