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Chpt10 Multimedia Technology

Chpt10 Multimedia Technology

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Chapter 10
Multimedia Technology
Slide 2
Ver 1.0 10 April 2001
CPU Multimedia Technologies
Why is there a need for specialmultimedia instructions?Consume too much CPU resources. 10%of multimedia application instructionsused up to 90% of the processing timeWhat the the instructions added toIntel CPU to handle 2D multimedia andaudio?57 instructions know as MultimediaExtension (MMX) are added to Pentiumcomputers/PII/Celeron.How do they supports multimedia?process video and audio datasimultaneouslyHow does Intel support 3D graphics,video and audio streaming and voicerecognition?SSE or Streaming SIMD Extension. 70new instructions are added to PentiumIII processors.How does AMD CPUs handlemultimedia?3DNow!. 21 instructions supporting 3Dare added to K6, K6-2 and Athlon.What are the new multimedia featuresof Anthon XP?3DNow! Professional technology thatincludes 52 new instructions.
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Ver 1.0 10 April 2001
What are the uses of CD-ROM?To hold music, data or computersoftware. They have become thestandard medium for distributing largequantities of information in a reliablepackageWhat is 1x?1x is the standard speed of audio CD.The transfer rate is 150Kbps.Therefore a 12x CD-ROM has atransfer speed of 1.8Mbps.How are data stored on the CD-ROM?Data are stored from the centre andspiral outwards as ¶lands· and ¶pits·.Lands represent 1 where the pitsrepresent 0.
What is CAV?Constant Angular Velocity. Disk is rotates ata constant speed. This method is easier onthe spindle motor, but it means that thedata-transfer rate varies for the outer andinner tracks.

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