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 Hardware Accelerated Adobe Flash 
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Post Hardware Accelerated Adobe Flash
Anyone tried these drivers? It seems that Intel now supports hardware acceleration in Adobe Flash.

http://download.intel.com/embedded/soft ... 325389.pdf
https://www-ssl.intel.com/p/s/en_US/emb ... d#download


Thu Jan 12, 2012 4:20 pm
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Post Re: Hardware Accelerated Adobe Flash
Compulab will release a new video drivers next month

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Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:43 am
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Post Re: Hardware Accelerated Adobe Flash
gabrielh wrote:
Compulab will release a new video drivers next month


that is a good news.

maybe you can make some research in Konton pITX-SP drivers because it is very similar to fit-pc2 boards:
http://us.kontron.com/products/boards+a ... itxsp.html


Tue Jan 31, 2012 3:13 pm
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Post Re: Hardware Accelerated Adobe Flash
We can not guarantee that this drivers will work with FitPC2. Please use the official FitPC2 drivers for the best performance.

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Post Re: Hardware Accelerated Adobe Flash
How about that? Here I posted earlier today that I was getting hardware decoding with the gma500 driver for Windows 7 on the z510 model, yielding full screen with some dropped frames, but the illusion of motion and lipsynch. So then, I retested with Windows 8, which is basically very, very unstable with the z510 and returned to Windows 7, which is somewhat unstable with the z510, but Microsoft now downloads a "new" gma500 driver which no longer crashes as badly and does full screen.

The main point is that, in z510, Windows 7, 1024x768 mode and some combination or no combination of mid and digital graphics, my DVI-D monitor was getting full-screen hardware-decoded flash and the sound appears to be accelerated as well. Too bad that this is an art and not a science, and it is so easy to sabotage with a "new" driver from Microsoft.

Oh yeah, the new driver does silverlight full screen with motion.


Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:21 am
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Post Re: Hardware Accelerated Adobe Flash
Coming from latest pc2 z510, earlier versions burned out from experimenting. OK, if you use the default settings in the bios, but maybe get 128 mb of graphics ram, Windows 7 installs and is more or less stable. I am running in "recommended" 1920x1080 mode, and the dxdiag program tells me that I have DDI Version 9Ex and Driver Model: WDDM 1.0. And, many, but not all, streaming flash videos actually do lip sync and medium or even full screen. It appears that, on W7, you get "hardware decoding" using the gma500 decoder. One of the problems with W8 is that, installing the same gma500 driver, you only get "hardware rendering", not decoding, and that means inferior streaming video performance compared to Windows 7 on both the z510 and the z530.


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