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Old 9th April 2012, 15:38   #121  |  Link
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I don't care if/how the custom mixer works, i just want to be able to use madVR as well.
Doesn't sound like it would be impossible to do the same in a decoder or post-processor that just accepts the substream.

Technically, i could write a very simple dummy filter that just accepts the RGB images and uses madVRs OSD functionality to render them. Doesn't even have to be in LAV. :d
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It should be perfectly possible to write your own mixer for it. It's not locked to a custom EVR mixer, it just uses it if its in the graph. You can connect VRM9 to pin0 and it'll render video.
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I was only wondering if the EVR mixer serves another purpose as well, but as i gathered, thats not the case currently.
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Old 10th April 2012, 06:36   #124  |  Link
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Pretty nice, a good step for non-commercial BD navigator!

I'll test later.
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Old 10th April 2012, 14:00   #125  |  Link
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as I mentioned before, the mixer mix 6 stream max, background(raw image or MPEG 2/4 I frame), main video, main subtitle, pip video, pip subtitle, interactive overlay(HDMV IG or BDJ), now in dslibbluray just implement main video, main subtitle and interactive overlay. To mix them, three solution, 1. custom mixer, 2. intergrate all video decoder inside soure filter, 3.the decoder can decode all streams and mix it. Current using solution 1.
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Old 10th April 2012, 14:06   #126  |  Link
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for solution 1 and 3 the mixer/decoder should accept souce filter to adjust position and scale of either stream, especialy the pip video and subtitle. Although it is not implement now.
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wishes more people can help or join to improve it, because I just start to work in a new company and can not work on it full time like before...
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Like i said, i would be happy to help with the little time i have. Once i got it working the way i like it, anyway.
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Old 10th April 2012, 15:09   #129  |  Link
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What shall I do for you?
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Like i said, i would be happy to help with the little time i have. Once i got it working the way i like it, anyway.
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Wow it's worth waiting when another so talented developer joins.
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Old 10th April 2012, 15:22   #131  |  Link
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What shall I do for you?
The important part is to figure out how to build everything properly. I can compile the C++ parts just fine, but how do you build the BD-J parts, and where do the three extra DLLs come from that you include in the zip?
I'm a Java developer at my day job, so working on the BD-J parts would seem like a logical choice, I can do enough C++ on my other projects.

Of course another aspect would be trying to fix issues that only occur with my decoders, once everything is stable enough for those aspects.

Anyway, my SF name is the same as here.
If more people join, maybe some place should be setup where efforts can be coordinated, so that nothing is done twice? :d
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I think they are java related dlls, but really I am not sure.

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I actually know java too. I did it for about 3 years, but it's been a while

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There is a ant build.xml in bdjpath, I use eclipse to compile it.
three extra DLLs are compiled from phoneme(with my patch), a J2ME VM from http://phoneme.java.net/, should I upload it? It is so big about 10000 files and 100+M.
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The important part is to figure out how to build everything properly. I can compile the C++ parts just fine, but how do you build the BD-J parts, and where do the three extra DLLs come from that you include in the zip?
I'm a Java developer at my day job, so working on the BD-J parts would seem like a logical choice, I can do enough C++ on my other projects.

Of course another aspect would be trying to fix issues that only occur with my decoders, once everything is stable enough for those aspects.
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I see. Just wanted to know where its from.
I'll try to compile the BDJ parts later, need to create a new Eclipse setup.
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Old 10th April 2012, 17:07   #135  |  Link
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file needed to build java code can be found in test-120.zip. and should config the java compiler to ouput 1.4 class file.
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I see. Just wanted to know where its from.
I'll try to compile the BDJ parts later, need to create a new Eclipse setup.

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Old 10th April 2012, 17:25   #136  |  Link
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Bill,
did you see this post ?
http://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?...&postcount=116
About fixing DTS
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Bill,
did you see this post ?
http://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?...&postcount=116
About fixing DTS
Its about TrueHD, not DTS.
I can probably implement that, as long as noone complains that the AC3 substream is then completely dropped.

I just need to find a disc with TrueHD.
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Old 10th April 2012, 19:18   #138  |  Link
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pm Mercury_22. He has quite a collection which I'm sure he could upload a few samples for
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If more people join, maybe some place should be setup where efforts can be coordinated, so that nothing is done twice? :d
There already is duplicate effort done - to bad that the forces havent been joined earlier. Only the BD-J is missing from the http://forum.team-mediaportal.com/th...upport.102375/

I personally would have helped with the venture if it had happened earlier, but now there isn't that much for the personal gain - as only the BD-J side is missing and that is something I cannot help as I'm a complete Java noob.

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It happens. I only discovered your project existed a few days ago Can it work as a standalone filter, or is just for media portal ?
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