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Old 28th November 2011, 10:14   #7401  |  Link
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@rica: You have already been told before to use thumbnails. Why aren't you now?!
Some of us check in on the thread with mobiles.
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Old 28th November 2011, 10:22   #7402  |  Link
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@rica: You have already been told before to use thumbnails. Why aren't you now?!
Some of us check in on the thread with mobiles.
I don't get the point of his posts 90% of the time anyway, so not posting them at all would be fine by me, too!
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Old 28th November 2011, 11:37   #7403  |  Link
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I hate to be 'that guy' but I just wanted to ask how high of a priority ordered chapters support is or if there's any ETA on when it might be implemented, it's the only feature forcing me and other users to use haali splitter and ordered chapters itself is a very under-rated yet extremely useful feature.

I always stay up to date compiling LAVFilters from the git and I'd be happy to use it even as an experimental feature to test it out.

Just wanted to keep this a bit more on topic and not turn into a rica bashing thread

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Old 28th November 2011, 13:52   #7404  |  Link
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I'd say it's the same issue. Don't know about the XP part thou.
I fixed the report.
Both Win XP and 7 have the same issue.
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Old 28th November 2011, 13:56   #7405  |  Link
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I just wanted to ask how high of a priority ordered chapters support is or if there's any ETA on when it might be implemented
How about "sometime in 2012" ?
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Old 28th November 2011, 18:08   #7406  |  Link
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How about "sometime in 2012" ?
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It will be fixed sometime in 2012 (that's vague enough an estimation to have a chance of being correct).
Freakin' conspiracy! :O
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Old 28th November 2011, 19:27   #7407  |  Link
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They are Germans. What would you expect? :P
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Old 28th November 2011, 19:51   #7408  |  Link
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DVDs

Hi Nev,

I have added DVD Navigator using this methodhttp://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=159492, but instead of LAVvideo, Cyberlink is being used. Does LAVvideo offer DVD decoding or should I wait?

And how about DVD audio stream switching and subtitles support? Also in 2012?

Thanks and keep up the good work.
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LAV Video does not support DVD decoding at this time, but its on the list to be done "soon".

The DVD Navigator is responsible for managing streams on a DVD, there is nothing that can be done.
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Old 28th November 2011, 21:46   #7410  |  Link
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@rica: You have already been told before to use thumbnails. Why aren't you now?!
Some of us check in on the thread with mobiles.
Hey man, i didn't like your style of telling me what to do or what not to do.

Samuri politely asked smaller pictures instead of 1920*1080 caps and he was right and i saved them as 1280*720 later which is matching with any current ordinary 19 inch monitor.
If you want thumbnails, pls click on the picture i uploaded before and you will find all the links you need:



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I don't get the point of his posts 90% of the time anyway, so not posting them at all would be fine by me, too!
Thanks anyway @nevcairiel (for the filters). At least i know anymore why you don't post at all.
I think you got the point here (10%) and you kindly gave a response for PCM-mkv issue, thx for fixing the issue and answering me:

http://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?...postcount=7196


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Just wanted to keep this a bit more on topic and not turn into a rica bashing thread
Bashing thread ??? HOW?

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Old 28th November 2011, 23:11   #7412  |  Link
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rica,
I think you didn't undestand fastplayer's post.
The idea of using thumbnails is to save both bandwidth and monitor estate. On a slow connection your pictures takes too much time to load and could be pretty expensive depending on the used data plan.
And do have in mind that many people use tablets or mobile phones to follow this forum and these devices have lower resolution.
So if you are kind enough, please, do use thumbnails in the future.
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Old 28th November 2011, 23:25   #7413  |  Link
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I posted earlier in this thread to ask why DTS-HD decoding wasn't working for me. Well, silly me but I hadn't tried different versions of the dtsdecoder.dll, had only tried the 1.1.0.0 one (the only one that works flawlessly for me when using eac3to).
So after reading the last few pages of this thread where someone had the same issue, I put the 1.1.0.7 one in the LAV folder and woosh, it works!

Thank you nev (and madshi) I can finally watch ALL my BRs without having to rip any of them if I want lossless playback in mpc-hc (a blessing now that HDDs are so expensive).

The only small thing I'd like now is the ability to downmix the audio without having to use ffdshow, any ETA on that? Soon or not too soon?

DVD playback will be nice as well of course, although I don't often watch these.
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Old 29th November 2011, 00:03   #7414  |  Link
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rica,
I think you didn't undestand fastplayer's post.
The idea of using thumbnails is to save both bandwidth and monitor estate. On a slow connection your pictures takes too much time to load and could be pretty expensive depending on the used data plan.
And do have in mind that many people use tablets or mobile phones to follow this forum and these devices have lower resolution.
So if you are kind enough, please, do use thumbnails in the future.
I did but but i didn't like his style as i told before.
BTW this is gonna be my last post here on this thread and no huge caps or small thumbnails anymore.
Thanks pankov.
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Old 29th November 2011, 00:45   #7415  |  Link
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The only small thing I'd like now is the ability to downmix the audio without having to use ffdshow, any ETA on that? Soon or not too soon?
Do you have a stereo setup? The Windows mixer is working just fine for me to downmix to stereo, also downmixes 7.1 to 5.1 pretty well, last time I checked.
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Old 29th November 2011, 00:49   #7416  |  Link
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It's mostly meant to save some processing power on reclock resampling 2 channels instead of 8.
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Is that an actual problem? Never knew.
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I checked lav filters with dts DVDs and it works with or without dtsdecoderdll.dll:
I see 6 channels in your sample screenshots - have you ever seen 8 channels working, with or without dtsdecoderdll.dll?

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There's no 8 channels with legacy DTS. Max you get 6.1 with DTS-ES and LAV can decode it just fine. It can also decode the core out of a DTS-HD stream, even if the core is 6.1 DTS-ES. dtsdecoderdll is only needed for full DTS-HD decoding, and with it 8 channels works just fine, as well.
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rica,
I think you didn't undestand fastplayer's post.
The idea of using thumbnails is to save both bandwidth and monitor estate. On a slow connection your pictures takes too much time to load and could be pretty expensive depending on the used data plan.
And do have in mind that many people use tablets or mobile phones to follow this forum and these devices have lower resolution.
So if you are kind enough, please, do use thumbnails in the future.
Though if you see it from a practical point its a shame that it is like that and that we don't have smart enough devices or forum software yet that fix such problems automatically sure the data plan thing is another problem though using efficiently the available cache would also make it less problematic
I mean is it so hard to detect that the user posted a to big image and forgot the thumbnail then parse from which service it was posted and correct the post ?
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