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ATI Catalyst 9.11 drivers are out

Posted on Wednesday, November 18 2009 @ 16:26:34 CET by

ATI rolled out the Catalyst 9.11 drivers, you can download the new version over here. This new edition adds support for GPU accelerated H.264 video decoding in Flash Player 10.1 beta has an improvement for the ATI Video Converter. Besides GPGPU computing improvements, Catalyst 9.11 also offers bug fixes for Age of Conan, Anno 1404, Battlefield 2142, Crysis Warhead, Supreme Commander, Tom Clancy's HAWX, Wolfenstein, and World in Conflict.
New Features

GPU Acceleration of H.264 video content using Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta

* This release of ATI Catalyst™ supports the new Hardware Acceleration features of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta for video encoded in the H.264 format.

* Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta introduces hardware-based H.264 video decoding to deliver smooth video playback, reduced system resource utilization, and to help preserve battery life.

* Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta is expected to be available for download from Adobe Labs (labs.adobe.com) before the end of the year. This feature is supported on the ATI Radeon™ HD 5800, ATI Radeon™ HD 5700 and ATI Radeon HD™ 4000 Series of products.

High Quality downscaling for Video Transcoding MSE

* This release of ATI Catalyst™ includes an enhancement for the ATI Video converter for users Transcoding high quality interlaced content (1920×1080i @60i videos) down to small resolution progressive content (320×240 @30p – iPod videos as an example), by maintaining high visual quality when down-scaling by a significant amount and converting interlaced video content to progressive.



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