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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Okay so I have a Toshiba laptop with HDMI. It has an ATI 3200 card. Can I play high definition videos through my Full HD TV or will my graphics card need to be better?
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago

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Should be ok, only way is to plug the HDMI in and try it
i dont have any 1080p clips atm. Just thought id ask before i try. Thanks for responses.
Try it?

Play it no prob

Should be ok, only way is to plug the HDMI in and try it

the ati 3200 is certainly capable of full hd through hdmi
I know my reply might not have seemed useful but it's hard to say, it depends on processor, ram, graphics, how many programs you have running, how many processes, and what software you will use to play it.

oh right, its cool dude. Will try and find a hi def testing clip.

Processor wise its a amd athlon ql65, 3gb ram.
any idea which software i can use?
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Mplayer or vlc player both play just about anything

( i prefer the portable ones myself)
Thanks it worked, but as you said not as good.
Yes the HD3200 IGP fully supports UVD 1.0 and will decode h.264 and VC-1 HD video using a suitable player like Media player classic home cinema
As mentioned, VLC is nice and lightweight and plays almost anything, easy to use, low memory usage and clean layout , not much I can knock it on

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