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X-Video Bitstream Acceleration: Quiz


Question 1: XvBA is a Linux equivalent of ________'s DirectX Video Acceleration (DxVA) API for Windows[1] and a competitor to NVIDIA's Video Decode and Presentation API for Unix (VDPAU)[2].
MicrosoftMicrosoft OfficeInternet ExplorerMicrosoft litigation

Question 2: DirectX Video Acceleration (DxVA) API - ________ equivalent to XvBA
Active DirectoryInternet ExplorerInternet Information ServicesMicrosoft Windows

Question 3: ________ (commonly referred to as just "X11" or "X")
X Window SystemBlackboxEnlightenment (window manager)Xfce

Question 4: UVD (Unified Video Decoder) - is the video decoding unit from ATI Technologies to support hardware (________) decode
Graphics processing unitGPGPUNvidiaVDPAU

Question 5: XvBA ________ allows video programs to offload portions of the video decoding process to the GPU video-hardware.
Java (programming language)LinuxUnixApplication programming interface

Question 6: Each hardware video ________ capable of XvBA video acceleration requires a X11 software device driver to enable these features.
NvidiaATI TechnologiesGraphics processing unitVDPAU

Question 7: VDPAU (Video Decode and Presentation API for Unix) - competing API by ________
Intel CorporationGoogleNvidiaBroadcom

Question 8: In November ________ a backend for Video Acceleration API (VA API) was released for XvBA[3] which means any software that supports VA API will also support XvBA.

Question 9: X-Video Bitstream Acceleration (XvBA), designed by ________ for its ATI Radeon GPU, is a future extension of the X video extension (Xv) for the X Window System on Linux operating-systems[1].
ATI TechnologiesAMD K10AMD 700 chipset seriesAdvanced Micro Devices

Question 10: Nvidia PureVideo - the bit-stream technology from NVIDIA used in their graphics chips to accelerate video decoding on hardware ________.
VDPAUATI TechnologiesGraphics processing unitGPGPU


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