Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : MDLLV7.ZIP
Filename : MPEGDLL.TXT

Output of file : MPEGDLL.TXT contained in archive : MDLLV7.ZIP

The Xing(tm) Scalable MPEG (tm) player program utilizes a pair of DLL files
for video output under MS-Windowstm. The appropriate pair of DLL files is
customized either during program installation or subsequently by the use
of program menu options as follows:
View Video {select appropriate driver from list}

Xing has developed DLL files associated with specific video processors to
provide MPEG video playback. A list of these processors, and some boards
which use them, is given below. Actual compatibility has not been tested
with all of the listed boards and is assumed:

DLL Driver Reso- Col- Supported video board (or processor)
File Pair: lution: ors:
------------ ------- ----
Mxxx-ATI.DLL 640x480 256 ATI VGA Wonder
Mxxx-CPQ.DLL 640x480 256 Compaq Q-Vision
Mxxx-TRI.DLL 640x480 256 (Trident 8900B/C)
Mxxx-TSG.DLL 640x480 256 (Tseng ET4000 and Weitek 5186)
Orchid Prodesigner IIs
Everex Viewpoint
Diamond Speedstar
Cardinal VGA 700/732
Boca Super VGA
STB Powergraph/Powerview
Mxxx-V7.DLL 640x480 256 (HT-209/D)Video7 VRAM II
(HT-216) Video7 Win-VGA
Video7 VGA 1024i
Mxxx-CIR.DLL 640x480 256 (Cirrus GD542x)Boca SXVGAX5 Super VGA
Mxxx-CR8.DLL 800x600 256 (Cirrus GD542x)Boca SXVGAX5 Super VGA
Mxxx-S3.DLL 640x480 256 (S3 86C911/924) Actix GraphicsENGINE
Diamond Stealth VRAM
Genoa WindowsVGA Model 8800/8860
Mxxx-S3H.DLL 640x480 64k (S3 86C801/805) Actix GraphicsENGINE 32
Mxxx-S38.DLL 640x480 256 (S3 86C801/805) Actix GraphicsENGINE 32
Mxxx-WD.DLL 640x480 256 (WD90Cxx) Compuadd Windows Accelerator
Diamond Speedstar 24X

  3 Responses to “Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : MDLLV7.ZIP
Filename : MPEGDLL.TXT

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