In a fresh press release from NVIDIA, they let us know of their PureVideo Decoder (implemented on the 6 series of graphics cards) to have been recently approved by "TiVo Inc." for content playback using the "TiVoToGo™" feature.
New this year, the TiVoToGo feature allows TiVo® subscribers to transfer recorded television programs from their TiVo Series2™ DVR to their PC for viewing anywhere, anytime. Watching a program on a PC that has been recorded on a TiVo DVR requires the use of an MPEG-2 decoder, such as the NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder which employs sophisticated algorithms to decode and enhance television content.
Further details within the full PR over at NVIDIA's press room.
The NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder combines the high quality DVD and MPEG-playback with rich Dolby® Digital surround sound. Also featuring hardware-accelerated video on all Microsoft® DirectX®-compatible graphics processors, the NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder delivers unmatched color fidelity and smooth DVD, video, and TV viewing.
The NVIDIA PureVideo Decoder is the best way to experience NVIDIA PureVideo technology-a combination of hardware and software technologies that raise the video capabilities of today's desktop and notebook PCs. PureVideo on a NVIDIA GeForce™ 6 Series GPU enables such features as spatial temporal de-interlacing, inverse telecine, and bad edit correction-all of which eliminate jaggies and blurriness for a sharp picture, even in scenes with a lot of motion.
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