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Sep 20th, 2008, 4:20 pm
Device: HTC Wizard
CPU: OMAP850 - 195Mhz >>>>> 221
GPU: Don't know
ROM: TNT.20273 "BETA" Professional
File 1: 178.29% >>>>> 227.96%
File 2: 82.42% >>>>> 103.98%
File 3: 83.84%
File 4: 29.56%
Same device & rom but overclocked to 221Mhz


Device: HTC Prophet
CPU: OMAP850 - 195Mhz
GPU: Don't know
ROM: PDAVIET
File 1: 183.55%
File 2: 85.25%
File 3: 86.99%
File 4: 30.58%
Sep 20th, 2008, 4:20 pm
Last edited by DrForIslam on Sep 21st, 2008, 4:39 pm, edited 2 times in total.

Sep 20th, 2008, 6:44 pm
Device: HTC Mogul 6800 (sprint phone)
CPU&Clock: QUALCOMM(R) 7500 / 400MHz overclocked 520MHZ
GPU: ATI Imageon
ROM: WM6
File 1: 343.20%
File 2: 137.34%
File 3: 172.36%
File 4: 62.37%
Sep 20th, 2008, 6:44 pm
Sep 21st, 2008, 2:06 am
Device: O2 Atom Exec
CPU&Clock: Intel XScale PXA 27x 520MHz processor
GPU: N/A
ROM: WM6 build 18548 n-touch
File 1: 349.21%
File 2: 160.24%
File 3: 252.20%
File 4: 87.72%
Sep 21st, 2008, 2:06 am

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Oct 8th, 2008, 2:15 am
Device: Ubiquio 401 / Gigabyte g-Smart
CPU&Clock: Intel XScale PXA272, 416 MHz processor
GPU: N/A
ROM: WM5 v1.06.32 (GB g-smart ROM)
File 1: 552.90%
File 2: 232.41%
File 3: 316.92%
File 4: 104.21%

great little device! :D
Oct 8th, 2008, 2:15 am
Oct 9th, 2008, 1:49 pm
New member, first post, so I'm not sure if this info will be useful but I was curious as to how my Dell Axim x50v would handle this, sooo... after a soft reset and on AC power (on the AC adapter, not on the dock, no running apps), with the video clips on a microSD card in an SD card adapter (Patriot 1GB microSD, read speeds of about 8.9MB/s), I got the following:

Device: Dell Axim x50v
CPU&Clock: Intel XScale PXA270 624 MHz (max) but on Auto
GPU: Intel 2700G 16MB
ROM: MagLite WM6 A02 w/0 pagepool mod by Zeus_Alex
File 1: 763%
File 2: 297%
File 3: 350%
File 4: 104%

Changed CPU setting to 624 MHz static:

File 1: 766%
File 2: 299%
File 3: 349%
File 4: 105%

So, right where I was expecting it to be. Just didn't expect this to have the highest File 1 speed so far, at least based on what's posted in the thread. ;) But then I thought, let's see how the old TCPMP 0.72RC1 would handle these files with the h264 plugin...

Speed setting on Auto:

File 1: 721%
File 2: 288%
File 3: 350%
File 4: 103%

Changed CPU setting to 624 MHz static:

File 1: 719%
File 2: 287%
File 3: 349%
File 4: 104%

Again, sorta what I was expecting but I didn't realize how much more efficient the latest Core Player is at decoding the Xvid content; it's roughly 8% faster at the lowest resolution (QVGA). Finally, just for the hell of it, I figured I'd try the TCPMP 0.81 "unofficial" build, and the results were basically the same as the 0.72RC1 build because they both call on the external h264 decoder, so nothing to really report there.

Hope this info is useful...
Oct 9th, 2008, 1:49 pm

The difference between genius and stupidity? Genius has limits.
Oct 9th, 2008, 1:55 pm
Device: ASUS P750
CPU&Clock: Marvell PXA270M 520 MHz
GPU: Don't know
ROM: Swedish Official WM6.1
File 1: 521,85%
File 2: 212,51%
File 3: 336,73%
File 4: 112,42%
Oct 9th, 2008, 1:55 pm

You can't fail if you don't give up.
Nov 10th, 2008, 11:28 am
Device: HP iPAQ 214
CPU&Clock: Marvell(R) PXA310 624 MHz
GPU:
ROM: WM6.0 Classic
File 1: 538.39%
File 2: 297,70%
File 3: 338.24%
File 4: 132.07%

Preferences...
Video
Video output : Intel XScale
Video quality : High
Smooth Zoom : On
Dither : off
Nov 10th, 2008, 11:28 am
Mar 1st, 2009, 11:03 pm
Device: Samsung OMNIA i900
CPU&Clock: Marvell(R) PXA312 624 MHz
GPU: :D
ROM: WM6.1 Professional (HJ3)
File 1: 441.86%
File 2: 259.88%
File 3: 317.92%
File 4: 138.79%
Mar 1st, 2009, 11:03 pm
Apr 23rd, 2009, 7:40 pm
Finally a working version of CorePlayer is available for the X1 which is version 1.3.2

Device: Sony Ericsson Xperia X1i
CPU&Clock: Qualcomm MSM7200A 528MHz
GPU: ATI Imageon 2300
ROM: WM6.1 5.2.19608 Build 19608.1.2.60
File 1: 123.48%
File 2: 87.23%
File 3: 107.16%
File 4: 61.85%

Results are quite low but at least it's working, probably the Xscales are a lot better ;)
Apr 23rd, 2009, 7:40 pm
Nov 16th, 2009, 3:00 am
All tests done with TCPMP 0.72RC1, movies from an SanDisk Ultra II SD card(Class 8+):

Device: HP iPAQ h3970(320X240)
CPU&Clock: Intel XScale PXA250(400MHz)
GPU: N/A
ROM: 4.0(WM 2003)
File 1: 235.83%
File 2: 112.64%
File 3: 113.30%
File 4: 43.97%

Device: Pioneer AVIC F500-BT(800X480) PNA
CPU&Clock: Centrality Atlas, ARM1136J(600MHz)
GPU: N/A
ROM: 2.010(WinCE 5.0)
File 1: 167.98%
File 2: 71.25%
File 3: 128.53%
File 4: 47.86%

My conclusion: Even some old devices are capable of good playback...
Nov 16th, 2009, 3:00 am

Emeritus Movie Moderator
Nov 24th, 2009, 7:59 pm
Device: HTC HD2
CPU&Clock: QUALCOM 8250B 1Ghz
GPU: not sure
ROM: WM6.5 Professional
File 1: 540.92%
File 2: 292.22%
File 3: 480.26%
File 4: 195.63%


v1.3.6 build 7427
video output: directdraw
video quality: high
smooth zoom: only for 50%
Nov 24th, 2009, 7:59 pm
Dec 11th, 2009, 4:20 am
Device:OMNIA 2 *VERIZON
CPU&Clock:ARM1176 @800mhz
GPU: S3C6410
ROM: WM6.5 Professional
File 1: 656.49%
File 2: 238.22%
File 3: 380.48%
File 4: 127.51%

IF the player supported hardware decoding with my OMNIA 2 things would really speed up. I can decode an 800 x 480 AVC @1000 - 1500 kbps with built in samsung touch player. And play the file video out


TCPMP 0.72RC1 with ultimate codec pack
video output: directdraw
video quality: high
smooth zoom: only for 50%
Dec 11th, 2009, 4:20 am
Jan 12th, 2010, 4:39 pm
Device: HTC HD2
CPU&Clock: QUALCOM 8250B 1Ghz
GPU: not sure
ROM: Laurentius26_HD2[LEO]V1_WWE (21877)

Quality is set to high as per default, Dither Off, Zoom only to 50%

Videomode: DirectDraw
Video1: 543%
Video2: 294%
Video3: 403%
Video4: 183%

Videomode: GDI
Video1: 421%
Video2: 230%
Video3: 326%
Video4: 163%

Videomode: RAW FrameBuffer
Video1: 555%
Video2: 294%
Video3: 417%
Video4: 184%
Jan 12th, 2010, 4:39 pm
Jul 12th, 2010, 1:49 pm
I know this is an old thread but I thought I would revive it for the sake of anyone using a HTC HD2 who is getting <600% on Video 1.

Im using an HTC HD2 with EnergyRom Dated 1st July, With Chainfire's 3d drivers, and CPU locked to 1GHZ using the "Leo CpuSpeed" app. (Videos Stored on slow Class 2 8GB Microsd). Coreplayer 1.3.6.

EnergyRom + Chainfire 3D Drivers + Leo CPUSpeed =

CPU&Clock: QUALCOM 8250B 1Ghz (998 Mhz)
GPU: ATI Z430 (OpenGL ES 2.0)
ROM: EnergyROM 1st July 2010, Based on WM 6.5
High Quality, Smooth Zoom Always, Dither ON, AVC DEBLOCKING FILTER ENABLED,

Videomode: DirectDraw
Video1: 1204.59%
Video2: 475.92%
Video3: 861.27%
Video4: 296.51%

CPU Overclocked to 1113Mhz (Using Leo CPUSpeed on AC Power)
Video1: 1293.82%
Video2: 497.35%
Video3: 934.14%
Video4: 332.75%
Jul 12th, 2010, 1:49 pm
Sep 14th, 2011, 12:59 pm
My new phone :)

Device: Panasonic Toughbook CF-P2
CPU&Clock: Intel XScale PXA270 (Bulverde) @ 312MHz
GPU: Intel XScale
ROM: Stock Panasonic WM2003SE PocketPC (4.21.1088 Build 15077.3.0.0)
File 1: 422.58%
File 2: 182.61%
File 3: 240.45%
File 4: 78.91%

Image
Sep 14th, 2011, 12:59 pm

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