It's a shame that this process works on 720p only. Few relatively modern machines have real problems decoding 720p.
The real problem come from 1080p content.
Even though I'm pretty confident that in six months time even mainstream CPUs won't have problems decoding all 1080p content available (with CoreAVC for sure, but I trust the developers of ffdshow too).
Software decoders are getting faster, CPUs are getting faster. 1080p content complexity remains fixed. There's only one outcome possible, IMHO. And this is more significant than MPEG2, considering that the need to apply postprocessing to HD content is greatly reduced when compared to what's needed to get good picture quality out of SD.
Seriously. AVS is a place where you go to learn to be unhappy. - Bear5k