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Looking for more details on this story, but sounds good!!

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TV.com said Thursday that it has added 1080p high-definition streams for TV shows on its site.

http://www.videobusiness.com/article/CA6643944.html
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More details and a link: http://www.tv.com/1080p

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TV.com, a unit of CBS Corp., March 12 said it had begun beta testing a high-definition video gallery that allows users to watch ad-supported repurposed network programming online in 1080p resolution.

Supported by Adobe System's Flash platform, the 1080p video gallery (www.tv.com/1080p) will augment the site's current HD gallery, photos, news, interactive forum and network listings.

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/str...0p-video-15003
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Just did a quick test of the U2 clip and my CPU is pretty consitently at 80%!!

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