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The code is believed to work on later NVidia cards, although - as with everything NVidia-related - I have no documentation. Geminus does have a SWI interface but it's not yet complete and is thus not documented publically. Originally it was intended only to allow applications such as Cino and PCITV to commandeer extra screens for their own use, but it would be nice to extend the API to make the acceleration directly available to applications where there is no suitable OS API.

 is a RISC OS Useradrianl on 13/12/05 10:18PM
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