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Old 22nd November 2011, 01:32   #7201  |  Link
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We've ended this discussion in this thread for good reason. I'm not suggesting we simply ignore errors. I'm simply saying we should strive to make it a bit friendlier for the end user. Blatant crashing is generally NOT user friendly. Giving the user a way to help the developer with a nice log and graceful exit.....that should be the ideal. But, again, this is a religious debate among developers and really doesn't belong in this thread.
Yep and that's whats going in in Win7 all the time @ least i realize much more going on their then it was the case for NT5 (XP) it's just very well hidden and as said absolute non invasive avg joe would never realize that a exception was caught the application still works as nothing happened (i dunno how this can work) anyways i opened the other thread for this as i was amazed by it and the amount of data it collects
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Yep and that's whats going in in Win7 all the time @ least i realize much more going on their then it was the case for NT5 (XP) it's just very well hidden and as said absolute non invasive avg joe would never realize that a exception was caught the application still works as nothing happened anyways i opened the other thread for this as i was amazed by it and the amount of data it collects
And I'm honestly AGAINST that. I don't want the issues to be hidden. At all. They'll never get fixed that way. The software should be robust, yes, but, you can't hide issues from the user or they won't report them.
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And I'm honestly AGAINST that. I don't want the issues to be hidden. At all. They'll never get fixed that way. The software should be robust, yes, but, you can't hide issues from the user or they won't report them.
ehh watson immediately sends out what happened to Microsoft
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ehh watson immediately sends out what happened to Microsoft
Oh good. Then Nev and madshi can not worry about it and let MS fix it. ROFL!
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http://www.mediafire.com/?xy58iy19fzqs57f <- Mainconcept Mpeg-2 Decoder Hang issue
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THEY have hired CruNcher alright.
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Sure, some day. Its not high priority (for me), as i don't even have a single file that would need it.
Its also alot of work...
yeah, i don't use chapters either, but if this was developed I def would
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hold up, i've only been using this for a week and i just now opened a mkv file with graphedit and it tells me that i'm using microsoft video decoder to decode my file. i assumed lav splitter chooses lav audio AND video decoders .... am i missing something here? do i need to use a registry hack to get lav video to work? what am i missing?
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LAV Splitter does not choose any decoder, its all up to the application to choose which decoders are used.
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LAV Splitter does not choose any decoder, its all up to the application to choose which decoders are used.
ok... i've been using WMP
I thought it chose like Haali can choose CoreAVC withouit any registry hacks...
well, then i suggest lav splitter do this
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You know whats really crazy seeing Mainconcepts DXVA implementations failing with so many bitstreams it's crazy both their H.264 as well as Mpeg-2 have major issues they even get beaten by Potplayers (which is damn good for a no name ISV) implementation
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As I don't have patience to read through 360+ pages of this topic, I'd like to ask if it is planned to get CUVID hardware decoder to work with 10-bit depth (CoreAVC also doesn't work with hardware decoding and 10-bit). Is this even doable or problem is of hardware nature (limitation of CUDA video decoder in nvidia drivers). I'm asking this because I have poor CPU (A64 X2 3800+) and 10-bit videos in 1080p reolution sometimes lag on my PC.
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is LAV Player planned?
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As I don't have patience to read through 360+ pages of this topic, I'd like to ask if it is planned to get CUVID hardware decoder to work with 10-bit depth (CoreAVC also doesn't work with hardware decoding and 10-bit). Is this even doable or problem is of hardware nature (limitation of CUDA video decoder in nvidia drivers). I'm asking this because I have poor CPU (A64 X2 3800+) and 10-bit videos in 1080p reolution sometimes lag on my PC.
Its not possible, it would have to be supported by the hardware - and the hardware does not support it.
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could someone kindly direct me to a non auto-loading version of DirectVobSub. thank you.
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could someone kindly direct me to a non auto-loading version of DirectVobSub. thank you.
1st do regsvr32 /u %system32%\vsfilter.dll
create dir & copy vsfilter.dll to program files\vsfilter\
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chaddawkins: http://www.free-codecs.com/download/directvobsub.htm, Google's first result.

Hello Nevcairiel,
I have just started using this amazing splitter/decoder/filter. Thank you very much for this. I am having absolutely no issue so far with playing various formats I use with it (mostly 8 and 10 bit anime titles). I just want to ask from you to check if the settings am using are OK (if you have a minute of course ):

Player: MPC-HC Build 1.5.3.3849
Internal filters used: None (All Disabled).
Output (EVR-custom pres.)
Filter Order:
Haali Media Splitter (for ordered chapter support).
File source (Async.).
LAV splitter.
madflac Decoder.
Reclock audio Renderer.
LAV audio Renderer.
LAV video Renderer.

With the above setup I can play all files flawlessly without a hiccup on my relatively old system (see my signature), even 10 bit 720p videos play at a relatively low CPU load (around 30%). If you have any input on further tweaking this for even better performance I would be appreciative.

Kind regards and thanks again for this masterpiece.
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Microsoft really does fix problems, they will even contact ISV's and help them find a solution.

To get to this point though you have to be in the top10 issue list.
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Microsoft really does fix problems, they will even contact ISV's and help them find a solution.

To get to this point though you have to be in the top10 issue list.
Only if the problem is really on their end, though. If there's a bug in madVR or LAV Filters, I'm thinking they're not going to fix those. LOL!
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chaddawkins: http://www.free-codecs.com/download/directvobsub.htm, Google's first result.

Hello Nevcairiel,
I have just started using this amazing splitter/decoder/filter. Thank you very much for this. I am having absolutely no issue so far with playing various formats I use with it (mostly 8 and 10 bit anime titles). I just want to ask from you to check if the settings am using are OK (if you have a minute of course ):

Player: MPC-HC Build 1.5.3.3849
Internal filters used: None (All Disabled).
Output (EVR-custom pres.)
Filter Order:
Haali Media Splitter (for ordered chapter support).
File source (Async.).
LAV splitter.
madflac Decoder.
Reclock audio Renderer.
LAV audio Renderer.
LAV video Renderer.

With the above setup I can play all files flawlessly without a hiccup on my relatively old system (see my signature), even 10 bit 720p videos play at a relatively low CPU load (around 30%). If you have any input on further tweaking this for even better performance I would be appreciative.

Kind regards and thanks again for this masterpiece.
What does File source (Async) do?
where can i download it?
i googled but couldnt find download link only msdn info
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