So your one of those guys
The Wiki does not have the info to answer my question. Tom gave me the answer I was looking for. There is no reference to the minimum processor needed to smoothly display High Def. There is no reference to High Def at all for that matter that I can see.
Maybe you should do some searching yourself before playing tough guy.
It's people like you that turn others away.
I have to agree with this, If the forums get under your skin so much, maybe you should step back a bit and take a deep breath, you do not need to personally respond to every thread. Your negitive responses are not adding anything to the project and if anything are driving people away that may otherwise add some sort of valuable input or promotion to the project. I recall a thread reciently in regards to foldering that you participated in that i think hit the nail on the head. The quote i am refering to is from ChrisBirkinshaw in http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=1842.30
about media organization.
I've worked in a consulting role on a number of UI projects within the multimedia and broadcast industry, and have found some of the responses in this thread alarming and to be honest a bit worrying. I'm really concerned that LMCE is going to remain stuck in the same place because a few people are being stubborn about certain issues.
Joe Bloggs says "I find it really tedious to wash all these dishes".
Everyone else says "Stop being lazy, it isn't that hard!"
Joe Bloggs is an edge case.
If someone says media is too hard to navigate, then perhaps they have a point. They might be wrong on the detail, they might be stupid, they might not have read the manual, it might piss us off that they ask before thinking it out properly, but you have still have to take their experience of the product into account. They are the general public, and the general public should be able to use LMCE - right? Or do we want it to remain a geek-tool hidden away from the mainstream? This isn't what the simple DVD install suggests.
You and i have already had this converation once in the past in the thread that i posted when i was looking for help when i first came here. And on some level you are right, more people need to document their experiances, but by broaching the subject in the way you are with these threads you are driving valuable members away from participating and providing their experiances in this forum and possably from linuxMCE all together.