Creative Labs Dxr2 Driver
why not! If people were making a lot of noise over it and nothing happens, then all you have is one way communication. Log In or Register to post comments Elisabete (not verified) on Jun 7, 2004 Hi, I have xp, and this Card DXR2 its not working. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS download 1 file ISO IMAGE download download 1 file TORRENT download download 5 Files download 5 Original SHOW ALL In CollectionCD-ROM Software Library ANDHIDE 1 MORE In CollectionCD-ROM Software weblink
Re:Can we copy DVDs? (for backup ofcourse) (Score:1) by toast0 ( 63707 ) writes: yeah, well read the readme on the decryption stuff.... One-line summary: (10 characters minimum)Count: 0 of 55 characters 3. Now all Creative did was adding their Copyright messages (what a laugh!) and making the driver public available via their server. This file does not support the Dxr3 Decoder.
Also, I had to change the source of PAL to NTSC in test.c before I could get everything working right (but that's an issue with my tv tuner not the card You may now play a VOB-File from the Disc (if the file is not encrypted). There may be more comments in this discussion. still, don't let companies get slack... (Score:1) by Barbarian ( 9467 ) writes: Sometimes perhaps development should be handled in house, and a company may be tempted to release their shoddy
Of course, Sigma's statement was before CSS what outed. I would guess that they would not be compatible, as Creative provides drivers for the dxr2 that will work with WinNT, but not for the dxr3. Err, no, wait. Some drivers are better than no drivers.
The Software DVD player doesn't have interlacing, because the actual DVD Video is stored on the DVD in 480 lines Progressive. http://windowsitpro.com/windows/pc-dvd-encore-dxr2 Unfortunately, Creative doesn't offer a SCSI version of the kit, which means the DVD-ROM drive will tax the CPU. It is nice to see that Creative does listen even if it (*might*) be for the wrong reasons. After that, I could get no support from Creative.
Re:Does this mean regions+macrovision can be expun (Score:1) by grahams ( 5366 ) writes: The RemoteSelector (http://www.visualdomain.net) software lets you switch regions any number of times, turn Macrovision on/off, switch video have a peek at these guys We've not tackled the overlay yet. So, maybe it's not such an exercise in futility after all. The only things they cannot release are the fancy navigation and sub-picture stuff "protected" by the NDA.
Therefore, if you want to use the PC-DVD Encore kit's DVD-ROM drive without the Dxr2 Board, you'll have to purchase another DVD-ROM player, such as Zoran's SoftDVD. Share twitter facebook linkedin User Land (Score:1) by dr00 ( 309 ) writes: How long untill we see player apps? Creative has gone up a notch in my book.
Sure, the video from your usual VGA cis of slightly lower quality, but the DVD output is perfect (at least as far as extra cables goes).
Creative is taking the Fame for this Driver and is using it for their own public relations. Remember: we all know how Open Source can benefit our personal/productivity lives. You will have to download the updated drivers and application software update though. Any help here?
DVD-ROM might be the technology that finally realizes this potential. If you look at opensource.creative.com you can't find a direct link to the Dxr2 stuff anyway. Re: Does this mean... (Score:1) by tialaramex ( 61643 ) writes: I don't have a DXR2, but looking at the source it seems Macrovision and similar protection is an on-off switch this content I know for a fact that there are people at Creative and at Sigma Designs who read Slashdot.
This is a Windows 2000 driver and will only work with the Dxr2 Decoder card. Some Clarification (was: Cool) (Score:2) by kju ( 327 ) writes: >I wonder how long till these drivers will be >able to run DVD's fullscreen on a K6-2 300 >with good