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Old 20th November 2011, 00:21   #11021  |  Link
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I'm a little new to this so please don't bite :P

When using fullscreen exclusive mode with PotPlayer I can't seem to get the seek bar to show. I have it enabled.

The only thing that will appear upon mouse movement is the potplayer controls which takes the player back into windowed mode.

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Old 20th November 2011, 02:39   #11022  |  Link
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a couple of questions to all,

Does dxva2 de-interlace work with VC1 1080i50?

Which are optimal settings in CCC? (auto-deinterlace [on] / pulldown detection [on] all other video options disabled?)

minimum hw requirements for ATI cards (from you experience?)
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Old 20th November 2011, 03:13   #11023  |  Link
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Does dxva2 de-interlace work with VC1 1080i50?
Yes, I have no issue with playing back these files. FYI the issue is in the decoding (eg libav can not currenty do it) which is before the deinterlacing.

I'll leve the other Q to ATI users.
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Old 20th November 2011, 03:29   #11024  |  Link
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Which are optimal settings in CCC? (auto-deinterlace [on] / pulldown detection [on] all other video options disabled?)
Well, I can tell you what my CCC is set for on the HD6570:

Everything is off, *except*:

Dynamic Range (Limited)
Automatic deinterlace
Pulldown..
Enforce Smooth...
Apply current video settings to Internet video

In madVR, I just set the queues back to "managed". For deinterlacing to work, I have to make sure my CPU is running 1100Mhz (all four cores) for SD and 2300Mhz for HD. For progressive material (23.976) it runs at 700Mhz for SD and 1700Mhz for HD. Using an Athlon II X4 (and K10Stat).

The lowest end ATI card I have is an HD2600XT, which I haven't tested yet for deinterlacing.
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Old 20th November 2011, 04:47   #11025  |  Link
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Which are optimal settings in CCC? (auto-deinterlace [on] / pulldown detection [on] all other video options disabled?)
Turn everything off pretty much. Especially the 'enhancements'. Don't force anything.

It's been quite a while since I last saw the CCC. I install only the bare drivers and worked out how to tweak settings (all enhancements off, adjust the saturation down) via the registry. It's very stable, it stops me going into CCC and mucking it up by tweaking the settings too much.
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Old 20th November 2011, 04:56   #11026  |  Link
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How do you change it in the registry? I wish someone could make a barebones tool to change the CCC settings. Like an alternative to CCC.
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Old 20th November 2011, 05:20   #11027  |  Link
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How do you change it in the registry? I wish someone could make a barebones tool to change the CCC settings. Like an alternative to CCC.
Yep the CCC should be a standalone portable program ~2MB in size.


Anyway, I recorded my findings and progress HERE.
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Old 20th November 2011, 07:50   #11028  |  Link
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You guys might wanna give ATi Tray Tools a shot.

http://www.atitraytools.tk/
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Old 20th November 2011, 08:35   #11029  |  Link
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BTW, ATI tray Tools gives me BSOD on my Win7 x64 + Radeon 6750.
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Old 20th November 2011, 10:03   #11030  |  Link
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Turn everything off pretty much. Especially the 'enhancements'. Don't force anything.

It's been quite a while since I last saw the CCC. I install only the bare drivers and worked out how to tweak settings (all enhancements off, adjust the saturation down) via the registry. It's very stable, it stops me going into CCC and mucking it up by tweaking the settings too much.
I believe madVR ignores all the CCC enhancements anyway. But now with DXVA deinterlacing, I believe madshi actually recommends that you enable automatic deinterlacing/pulldown detection (correct me if I'm wrong).

But yeah, you generally want to disable all the settings in the Video section of AMD Vision Center (or whatever it's called).

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Old 20th November 2011, 11:06   #11031  |  Link
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DXVAChecker is good tool to double check (and edit) CCC settings. For advanced users only!
I prefer to keep deinterlacing in VA. This way, if I see some judder I understand that I forgot to change EVR CP to EVR (I can't get HW decoding and deinterlacing with my 5450 and madVR). Otherwise it will be EVR CP with some ugly but easyest deinterlacing method.
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Old 20th November 2011, 11:26   #11032  |  Link
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can you actually make more changes with the dxva checker you othewise cant do in ccc? e.g. enabling stuff which is otherwise unsupported by dvxa (like interlaced vc-1 support)?
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Old 20th November 2011, 12:22   #11033  |  Link
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Interlaced VC-1 is supported just fine by DXVA, its just MPC-HC and ffdshows DXVA codecs that dont support it.
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Old 20th November 2011, 14:45   #11034  |  Link
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so how could I get interlaced vc-1 stuff to play if ffdshow and mpc-hc dont support it (excluding products like tmt or powerddvd)?
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Old 20th November 2011, 14:55   #11035  |  Link
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very simple - use the Microsoft decoder provided with your OS
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Old 20th November 2011, 14:57   #11036  |  Link
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which one do you mean? the wmvvideo decoder dmo? or another one?
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Old 20th November 2011, 14:59   #11037  |  Link
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I am forced to use the Intel IGED Drivers to add a custom Interlaced Resolution for my TV.
madVR works with the Intel GMA Drivers but refuses to work with the IGED Drivers.

One thing i noticed that my custom Resolution is reported as 25 Hz Interlaced with the IGED Drivers but under the GMA Drivers interlaced resolutions are reported as 50 Hz Interlaced.

D3D games working fine.

Is this a bug in madVR ?
Is there hope you can fix it ? (I cant live without madVR )

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I was able to get it to work with a opengl wrapper but only with the internal Display. So the question remains does madVR interpret 25 Hz Interlaced (madVR doesnt work) same as 50 Hz Interlaced (madVR works)?
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Old 20th November 2011, 15:02   #11038  |  Link
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which one do you mean? the wmvvideo decoder dmo? or another one?
you guessed right - WMVideo Decoder DMO
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Old 20th November 2011, 15:16   #11039  |  Link
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you guessed right - WMVideo Decoder DMO
No DXVA support for ATI cards, AFAIK (a pin is missed or something).
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Old 20th November 2011, 15:35   #11040  |  Link
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No DXVA support for ATI cards, AFAIK (a pin is missed or something).
It supports DXVA just fine, but only in WMP
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