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Old 26th April 2012, 03:30   #7041  |  Link
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RC for CoreAVC 3.1 is about to go out to testers by weeks end. For the testers in this thread... please send any bug reports in as fast as possible.
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Old 26th April 2012, 13:52   #7042  |  Link
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RC for CoreAVC 3.1 is about to go out to testers by weeks end. For the testers in this thread... please send any bug reports in as fast as possible.
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EVR CP + CoreAVC 3.0.1(hardware deinterlacing), failed.

EVR + CoreAVC 3.0.1(hardware deinterlacing), ok.
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Old 26th April 2012, 19:21   #7043  |  Link
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Did you ever fix the green bars (stride) problem with CoreAVC 3.0.1 when using xy-VSFilter Vertical Padding with EVR-CP or Haali Renderer?
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i dont think they did
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Old 30th April 2012, 08:40   #7045  |  Link
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@BetaBoy,

a while ago I asked you to look into supporting the MS DXVA_ExtendedFormat part of VIDEOINFOHEADER2, so downstream filters can get information like color decoding matrix etc from CoreAVC.

Now we're discussing ways to improve VSFilter. As you may know, VSFilter renders subtitles in YCbCr, even though subtitles are originally defined in RGB. As a result VSFilter has to do an RGB -> YCbCr conversion. For that VSFilter in the past always used the BT.601 matrix, even for HD videos. Obviously that's wrong, and we're discussing how to fix it now. This brings me back to DXVA_ExtendedFormat, which would be a great help with fixing VSFilter. Is there any chance you could fill DXVA_ExtendedFormat in a not too distant CoreAVC release? It shouldn't be too hard. Here's more information on how to fill it:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...40#post1519740

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Edit: nevcairiel just told me that some filters (especially the Haali Renderer!!) have problems when the DXVA_ExtendedFormat is set. That's a shame really. Hit Haali for me, please... Not sure what to do now. Maybe DXVA_ExtendedFormat should only be set for filters that are known to support it?

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Old 30th April 2012, 18:12   #7046  |  Link
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MS DXVA_ExtendedFormat is on the todo for sure... we just have higher priorities atm. Getting 3.1 out now which now features 4:4:4 profile support sets us up for 4:2:2 profile (we are working on that now) and adding MS DXVA_ExtendedFormat support in 3.2 (but will likely call this 3.5).

We have also spent some time working on a new Haali Splitter which addresses the major issues in the 'Unofficial thread' here @ Doom9 and that will be included with CoreAVC 3.1.
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Old 30th April 2012, 18:45   #7047  |  Link
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Sounds good, thanks.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 10:01   #7048  |  Link
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Question...

Hi BetaBoy.

Is this a good time for someone to ask when can we expect full featured version of CoreAVC 3.1 realesed.
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And whar about CoreMVC? I know it will be a different product but what's the reason for the delay? Is it technical or licensing issues?
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And whar about CoreMVC? I know it will be a different product but what's the reason for the delay? Is it technical or licensing issues?
CoreMVC 3D has been available for OEM/Developer licensing for over a year now. As far as a consumer decoder however we felt it was more important to get the last remaining features in CoreAVC before releasing it since its 99% based on it.

So we'll continue our non consumer CoreMVC 3D licensing for now and revisit the consumer directshow filter after 4:2:2 is added in v3.5 (Noting my previous post that we are jumping to v3.5 after v3.1 when we add 4:2:2.).
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Old 3rd May 2012, 09:16   #7051  |  Link
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Thanks for te answer but I don't the reasons to delay the consumer decoder when you have it working for OEM/DEV.
You could offer the first ... and pretty much the only ... directshow MVC decoder and having both Haali's splitter and renderer at hand probably offer a full DS solution for 3D playback.
Am I the only one that hates comercial players like TMT and PowerDVD and craves for 3D in his favorite Direct Show player ... be it MPC-HC or Zoom Player or PotPlayer or other?
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You really expect Haali Renderer to do 3D?
The thing is so outdated these days, its not even funny anymore.
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Then don't miss the fact that CoreAVC is a commercial decoder too. Just not half as expensive. And not locked to a specific GUI. A level of kindness to be returned by not exaggerating demands, I'd suggest.
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You really expect Haali Renderer to do 3D?
The thing is so outdated these days, its not even funny anymore.
A man can have dreams, right?

I do understand that it's very improbable to happen. I was just pointing out that they have all that's needed to start the work.
Is it really that hard to enable 3D in a renderer? Isn't it just enabling the correct resolution and refresh rate from the video card and presenting 1920x2160 frames at the right time? (at least that's my idea of what 3D Frame Packing is)

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Then don't miss the fact that CoreAVC is a commercial decoder too. Just not half as expensive. And not locked to a specific GUI. A level of kindness to be returned by not exaggerating demands, I'd suggest.
Yes, I know it's a commercial decoder (I own a few licenses). But the idea is to have the ability to use it in your favorite player. And it's not only the GUI - it's the automation (remote control and such) that bothers me most.
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Is it really that hard to enable 3D in a renderer? Isn't it just enabling the correct resolution and refresh rate from the video card and presenting 1920x2160 frames at the right time? (at least that's my idea of what 3D Frame Packing is)
For proper 3D support, you need special code for every GPU that you want to target.
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So we'll continue our non consumer CoreMVC 3D licensing for now and revisit the consumer directshow filter after 4:2:2 is added in v3.5 (Noting my previous post that we are jumping to v3.5 after v3.1 when we add 4:2:2.).
Sorry, but it is never a convincing excuse.
Me and some folks are tired of asking "when".

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CoreMVC 3D has been available for OEM/Developer licensing for over a year now. As far as a consumer decoder however we felt it was more important to get the last remaining features in CoreAVC before releasing it since its 99% based on it.
4:2:2 ?????
Consumer has been using Stereoscopic Player already.


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As stated CoreMVC is a separate product, but at its core it uses CoreAVC. Technically we already addd support for Haali's splitter for MVC streams with the 3.0 release but we are adding support for the MS directshow MVC spec before we release CoreMVC.
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It has been out since last February, but only for OEM licensing in both library and directshow forms. Based on feedback we opted to push out a consumer directshow decoder till after we added 4:2:2 and 4:4:4 in CoreAVC. We will revisit a possible release afterwards.

I think I should start a new "non-existent Core MVC" thread.




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For proper 3D support, you need special code for every GPU that you want to target.
You can't just show a 3D video as done by YouTube or AviSynth (own script)? I doubt so!
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You really expect Haali Renderer to do 3D?
The thing is so outdated these days, its not even funny anymore.
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Haali Media Splitter - Version 1.11.233.7 (20110830)
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- ADD: Support for MVC 3D videos
see http://corecodec.com/products/coreavc/changelog

Do NOT use the download from the "official" website http://haali.su/mkv/ because development on this has afaik stopped. The latest Haali Splitter is always included in the latest CoreAVC Setup.
You don't have to buy CoreAVC to get the latest Haali Splitter. The legal download is located here https://customers.corecodec.com/downloads.php - you don't need to register!
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We have finished adding 4:2:2 to CoreAVC but its not gonna make it into CoreAVC 3.1 (consumer) as we still need to do QA on it as there maybe some 4:2:0 slowdowns that need to be addressed. Otherwise we are still working on QA with CoreAVC 3.1.

We have also done some more work on Haali's splitter and added support for Dolby Digital Plus (E-AC-3) in MP4 containers. This will be available with CoreAVC 3.1 when its released.
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With latest version of CoreAVC (2.5.5) on 7 x64 and HD5670, DXVA worked great with MPC-HC, but I couldn't enable it on WinTV live HDTV. The tray icon remains blue and the cpu sits at about 60%.
Furthermore, a guy from the WinTV tech support asked for more informations on CoreAVC API needed to set the GPU acceleration. I suppose that it may help to better understand the problem.
Any hints?
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Quote from May 2011.
Any updates?
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