are also menus for gamma correction, and a general tab for information
such as chipset, revision number, and driver version currently
in use. The drivers are quite well done, though there is nothing
notably special about them (unlike Elsa's which have the awesome
SmartRefresh, and SmartResolution software).
supported in the GeForce2 series is hardware motion compression.
Hardware motion compression is mainly used to help speed up
software DVD playback on some slower and less capable PCs. We
tested this option with two of the most popular software DVD
players on the market, Cyberlink PowerDVD 2.55, and Intervideo
WinDVD 2000. Both speed and visual quality in WinDVD was good,
and there were no problems whatsoever found. PowerDVD on the
other hand was a different story. It seems that all drivers
based on Nvidia's 5.xx reference drivers simply don't work with
PowerDVD. This isn't Cyberlink's fault; Nvidia needs to release
better drivers to fix this problem.