AWT, Swing, WinForms are too old to support that. But due to the rise of HTML 5, web applications get hardware acceleration easier and earlier than most desktop apps, because web browsers such as Internet Explorer/Firefox/Google Chrome already support it. Firefox supports H.264 on Linux since version 26 if the appropriate gstreamer plug-ins are installed. Partial support for Firefox refers to the lack of support in OSX & some Linux platforms, for Android Firefox it refers to the inability of hardware acceleration.
Firefox performance took a dive starting with version 4, where all hardware acceleration was disabled: before then, in version 3.6, XRENDER was used when available (it was 4/5th as fast as IE9 on... Both IE9 and Firefox 4 support hardware acceleration on Vista and Windows 7 by calling on those operating systems' Direct2D and Direct3D APIs for content rendering and compositing.
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