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Old 29th August 2002, 08:16   #1  |  Link
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New DivX based on 8.0.0.4477 core, instead of 4.1.0.3917 core from DivX 3.11alpha

New DivX(Nandub compatible) based on 8.0.0.4477 core,
instead of 4.1.0.3917 core from DivX 3.11alpha

I cracked new MS files from WinXP and Win2k SP3 and made this new DivX release(and much more(see below) than simply DivX release). It's also 100% Nandub compatible (both DivX and MPEG4v2, believe me, or if you don't make your own tests and see for yourself that this is true, or even look at Nandub source, it works, because 3920 and 3927 dlls have same variables positions that Nandub uses)

Download Here:
http://www.geocities.com/xkodi

or here(direct link for the pack):
http://www.geocities.com/xkodi/xkodi...odiRC3.rar.zip

(I send RC2 version of the pack also to submission@doom9.net, but want you can also make parallel test of the pack)

Below I put Readme.txt from the pack to see what's new and different from DivX3.11alpha. For comments, questions, suggestions etc. post here.
Excuse me for my really bad English.

Readme.txt:
New MS MPEG4, DivX package (now 100% Nandub compatible) readme

Files in DivX package (what's new from DivX3.11alpha):

DivXc32.dll Video Codec Version 4.1.0.3927 (Low-Motion codec): updated from 4.1.0.3920
DivXc32f.dll Video Codec Version 4.1.0.3917 (Fast-Motion codec): same, it's latest version //now with new look
DivX_c32.ax DirectShow Decoder Version 8.0.0.4477 (Hi Quality decoder): updated from 4.1.0.3917
DivXa32.acm Audio Codec Version 4.1.00.3920alpha (Better than MP3 audio): removed, Remark1, updated to 8.0.0.4477
L3codeca.acm Fraunhofer-IIS MP3 Radium's audio codec Version 1.2.0.63: removed, Remark2

Remark1:

"Why alpha stage ?
Because the WMA audio crack is far from perfect (max 16bit/44KHz @ 64Kbit/s) and
the WMA direct show decoder have not been cracked yet..."
It's from DivX3.11alpha readme file...

This package contain cracked WMA DirectShow Decoder and WMA V2 Codec, which replace DivX3.11alpha audio engine(you also can play avi files with DivX and WMA audio, even WMA8 through DirectShow):

1) msadds32.ax Windows Media Audio DirectShow DecoderVersion 8.0.0.4477: latest from WinXP (WMP8)

This package contain cracked WMA V2 Codec, with same limitation as in DivX3.11alpha (max 16bit/44KHz @ 64Kbit/s), when use it in programs like VirtualDub, Nandub and others, but you can encode wav files at any bitrate up to 16bit/48KHz@160Kbit/s using CoolEdit and multiplex with video using programs like VirtualDub, Nandub and others:

2) msaud32.acm ACM Windows Media Audio V2 Codec 8.0.0.4477: latest from WinXP (WMP8)

/*(http://www.syntrillium.com - CoolEdit site; 1) File->Open->Files of type: Windows PCM(*.wav)->Filename: your_wav_file->Open
2) File->Save As->Save as type: ACM Waveform(*.wav)->Filename:your_comp_wav_file->Options->
Filter: Windows Media Audio V2->Attributes: as_you_wish->OK->Save)*/

Remark2:

Lame is better mp3 encoder, but this package contains Hi Quality mp3 decoders:

1) l3codecx.ax Fraunhofer IIS MPEG Layer-3 DirectShow Decoder Version 1.9.0.311 (even WinXP comes with 1.5.0.50, which has bugs in decoding)
2) l3codeca.acm Fraunhofer IIS MPEG Layer-3 ACM Codec Version 1.9.0.309: latest from WinXP(WMP8)

Also included:

1) mpg4c32.dll Cracked Microsoft MPEG-4 Video Codec (V1, V2, V3) Version 4.1.0.3927
2) mpg4ds32.ax Cracked Microsoft MPEG-4 Video DirectShow Decoder Version 8.0.0.4477
3) new inf install files for all included files

You can use them for creating and viewing avi files with Microsoft MPEG-4 Video V1, V2 or V3.

P.S. You can use mplayer2.exe (Program Files/Windows Media Player) to use WMP6.4 and control CPU slider and WMA DirectShow decoder Equalizer sliders(very cool).

xkodi_rc1:
Now also latest files from WMP7.x are included and some popular DivX3.11alpha patches adapted to this new release. I made analogical patches for Microsoft MPEG-4 Video Codec V1, V2, V3. See other readmes into other folders for more info.

xkodi_rc2:
Now also add WMP6.4 files in this version, because they are based engine for original DivX3.11alpha and may be used to test this new release and compare to DivX3.11alpha. (also if WMP6.4 users(NT4/9x) don't want to use files from WMP7.x,8 )

xkodi_rc3:
some I think and hope final fixes

Xkodi, 26.08.2002
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Old 29th August 2002, 10:02   #2  |  Link
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Sounds interesting...

...just one question...why do you state not to use the vulture patch on yuv-yuv (avisynth) processing?

Did I get it right that the vulture patch affects divx's INTERNAL (when divx is fed with rgb-video) conversion? So it shouldn't harm, if vulture patch is applied, when feeding yuv into divx? Or does the patch somehow screw yuv-conversion in divx-codec? Please enlighten me... :-) Thanx in advance.
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I don't know exactly how vulture patch work, I only adapted the patch for the new DivXc32.dll 4.1.0.3927. Original author of the patch for DivX3.11alpha is vulture(vulture@cs.iastate.edu), so I included original docs in the pack from him. The patch is for RGB->YUV processing,so yes you get it right, it affects DivX's INTERNAL, when DivX codec work with RGB video source. I also have the same question like you, so I make test. Vulture patch affects also YUV->YUV processing, not only RGB->YUV, with and without patch using YUV->YUV processing in the end I had two avi files with different size. I think the vulture patch somehow screw YUV->YUV conversion in DivX codec, but I'm not sure.
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Thanx for the information...and thanx for the pack...looks fine :-)

ah yeah, one more thing...maybe you could add a patched divx_c32.ax (raised filter priority) in the final release of the pack, see description below from divx5 forum (sticky), it's purpose is to make divx3-dsfilter play divx3 content, when divx5 is installed...

UPDATE: The below mentioned offset -174, where to find the '80' value doesn't seem to be true for the new filter (or I screwed something in a hurry)...but if you can crack these files, you can for sure find the right position and make the patch anyway?

BTW: What do you mean with 'new look' for the divx-dlls? I somehow didn't get...



quote:
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Originally posted by orulz
There's an easier (and somewhat more kosher, I believe) way to solve this problem.

The key lies in directshow filter priority (aka merit), which a simple edit of the registry can be used to set.

1. Install divx5 first, and then install divx3.11
2. Run regedit
3. Do 'find', tell it to look for "DivX MPEG-4 DVD Video Decompressor"
4. Keep doing 'find again' until you get to one that has a binary value titled "Filter Data" in the same key
5. Choose file menu -> Export and save the key to a .reg file. This backs the key up in case you mess up.
6. Double click that binary value "Filter Data" to edit it
7. The seventh byte (2 digit hex number) from the left on the first line should be "80".
8. Move your cursor onto it, hit delete, and then type "90" in its place (this should also get all the other bytes aligned back to the way that they were before).
9. Reboot
10. And once again enjoy 640x480 DivX3 movies with full postprocessing on a 800MHz system!

That bumps up the DivX3 filter's priority from x00800000 to x00900000 - DivX5's filter stays at x00800000 so DivX3's takes priority on everything that it is capable of playing. I have included a .reg file that performs this on my system but I do not guarantee that it will work on everyone's.

If you run 'regsvr32 DivX_c32.ax' again for whatever reason (or reinstall divx3.11) you will have to repeat this process.

This same method can be used to choose which MPEG2 filter you want to use by default in media/bs/zoom player to play MPEG2/VOB files if you have more than one such filter installed. Say you have windvd, pdvd, and ATI's player. Bump up the priority of the one that you like best, and that'll become the default directshow filter.

*****divx3.reg starts here*****
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{083863F1-70DE-11d0-BD40-00A0C911CE86}\Instance\{82CCD3E0-F71A-11D0-9FE5-00609778AAAA}]
"FriendlyName"="DivX MPEG-4 DVD Video Decompressor "
"CLSID"="{82CCD3E0-F71A-11D0-9FE5-00609778AAAA}"
"FilterData"=hex:02,00,00,00,00,00,90,00,02,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,30,70,69,33,\
00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,08,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,30,74,79,33,00,\
00,00,00,d0,00,00,00,e0,00,00,00,31,74,79,33,00,00,00,00,d0,00,00,00,f0,00,\
00,00,32,74,79,33,00,00,00,00,d0,00,00,00,00,01,00,00,33,74,79,33,00,00,00,\
00,d0,00,00,00,10,01,00,00,34,74,79,33,00,00,00,00,d0,00,00,00,20,01,00,00,\
35,74,79,33,00,00,00,00,d0,00,00,00,30,01,00,00,36,74,79,33,00,00,00,00,d0,\
00,00,00,40,01,00,00,37,74,79,33,00,00,00,00,d0,00,00,00,50,01,00,00,31,70,\
69,33,08,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,01,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,30,74,79,\
33,00,00,00,00,d0,00,00,00,60,01,00,00,76,69,64,73,00,00,10,00,80,00,00,aa,\
00,38,9b,71,44,49,56,31,00,00,10,00,80,00,00,aa,00,38,9b,71,64,69,76,31,00,\
00,10,00,80,00,00,aa,00,38,9b,71,44,49,56,32,00,00,10,00,80,00,00,aa,00,38,\
9b,71,64,69,76,32,00,00,10,00,80,00,00,aa,00,38,9b,71,44,49,56,33,00,00,10,\
00,80,00,00,aa,00,38,9b,71,64,69,76,33,00,00,10,00,80,00,00,aa,00,38,9b,71,\
4d,50,34,53,00,00,10,00,80,00,00,aa,00,38,9b,71,6d,70,34,73,00,00,10,00,80,\
00,00,aa,00,38,9b,71,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00

Any questions? let me know.

Get it from http://www4.ncsu.edu/~opevans/divx3fix.reg

-orulz
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UPDATE again (quoted from further down):


quote:
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Originally posted by Tsui
Here is a solution for all OS.
You needn't change the registry, just change the byte in the decompressor itself.

DivX 3.x Decompressor-Priority-Patch

FileName : divx_c32.ax
FileSize : 240.400 Bytes
FileVersion : 4.1.0.3917

0. If you are running Win9x then go to Windows\System
If you are running Win2k/XP then go to Windows\system32

1. deregister the current decompressor :
regsvr32 /u divx_c32.ax

2. change one byte in the file with an hex-editor
Offset 0xc4a (dezimal 3146)
change 80 to 90

3. register the patched decompressor :
regsvr32 /s divx_c32.ax

thats all


Maybe you have another version of the decompressor,
then you must search for 'div3' (lowercase, without '),
and substract 174 (dezimal) of the offset where the strin 'div3' was found.

In my version the offset of 'div3' is 0xcf8 (3320 dezimal).
3320 minus 174 is 3146 (dezimal) converted to hex : 0xc4a

'div3' is found 6 times, you must use the first one (lowest offset).

If you aren't firm in using an hex-editor,
I can make a patch or upload the patched version of the decompressor (look at geil.webpark.cz).
I also will integrate that patched decompressor in my filter-pack.


Greetings
Tsunami
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geil.webpark.cz

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Old 29th August 2002, 12:01   #5  |  Link
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One more thing...in addition to mpg4dmod.dll mp43dmod.dll and and wmadmod.dll, which are said to interfere with their directshow counterparts, I also have:

wmsdmod.dll (Windows Media Screen Decoder)
wmv8dmod.dll (Windows Media Video 8 Decoder)
wmvdmod.dll (Windows Media Video Decoder)

They look somehow suspicious to me...any info on what Screen Decoder is for? And the Video Decoders should have ds-parts and can/should be deleted/renamed/unregistered also? Or don't they do any harm?

BTW: Some versions of the old mpg4ds32.ax and/or divx_c32.ax had a slider patch to make the quality slider stick to one's own setting...guess this is not needed for your versions or already included? (I don't know how this patch was done...)

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Thanks, I will try to make priority patch.
About files:
wmv8dmod.dll (Windows Media Video 8 Decoder) : decode WMV8
wmvdmod.dll (Windows Media Video Decoder : decode WMV7
wmsdmod.dll (Windows Media Screen Decoder) : I don't know,
so they don't interfare with DirectShow decoders in the pack
and I think you don't bother about them.
'new look' means that config dialog of DivX dlls in the pack looks different than that from DivX3.11alpha and also DivXc32.dll is entirely new 4.1.0.3927, instead 4.1.0.3920 like in DivX3.11alpha, but DivXc32f.dll is the same(except config dialog look) in the pack and in the DivX3.11alpha, because it's latest version 4.1.0.3917.
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I fotgot about quality slider. I don't understand what you mean, so I explain what behaviour quality slider has, it has the same behaviour like quality slider of the MS DS decoder, when playing asf files:
1) until you touch the slider for the first time(after clean install of the pack) it changes dynamicly depending on video souce to an recommended position
2) after you touch the slider, it remember position that you set
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Thanks again Chibi Jasmin for the info and for the suggest, I adapted priority patch for the new 8.0.0.4477 decoder download here : http://www.geocities.com/xkodi/xkodi...rity_patch.zip
I will add this to the final release of the pack, until then test it, please.
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Hm, i didn't look at that yet and I've to install some registry watchers etc before I do, but this is the same old story:
These patches are _highly_ illegal
Interesting though that the variable runtime positions don't change as those dlls should be compiled with a new (:net) compiler.

As much as I like the revival idea, I can't get rid of my doubts yet.

Maybe this will change.

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Thanks again Chibi Jasmin for the info and for the suggest, I adapted priority patch for the new 8.0.0.4477 decoder download here : http://www.geocities.com/xkodi/xkodi...rity_patch.zip
I will add this to the final release of the pack, until then test it, please.
Okay, thanx, I will test it...

UPDATE: Seems to work fine... :-) Thanx!

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Interesting though that the variable runtime positions don't change as those dlls should be compiled with a new (:net) compiler.
I remember someone saying somewhere (don't know anymore) the compiler (VC6 and VC.NET) made exactly the same code on some test compiles or something...

BTW: I also thought about this being illegal and not belonging here, but then I remembered, Doom9 also links DivX3.11alpha...

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I fotgot about quality slider. I don't understand what you mean, so I explain what behaviour quality slider has, it has the same behaviour like quality slider of the MS DS decoder, when playing asf files:
1) until you touch the slider for the first time(after clean install of the pack) it changes dynamicly depending on video souce to an recommended position
2) after you touch the slider, it remember position that you set
I don't know too much about the issue, since I been using a 'slider patched' version from some Tsunami pack for a long time now...it was just said, that without the patch, the slider sometimes magically returned to zero...but if it behaves as you say, there's probably no patch needed...on some tests here, it always remembered its position, seems fine...
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Thanks, I will try to make priority patch.
About files:
wmv8dmod.dll (Windows Media Video 8 Decoder) : decode WMV8
wmvdmod.dll (Windows Media Video Decoder : decode WMV7
wmsdmod.dll (Windows Media Screen Decoder) : I don't know,
so they don't interfare with DirectShow decoders in the pack
and I think you don't bother about them.
'new look' means that config dialog of DivX dlls in the pack looks different than that from DivX3.11alpha and also DivXc32.dll is entirely new 4.1.0.3927, instead 4.1.0.3920 like in DivX3.11alpha, but DivXc32f.dll is the same(except config dialog look) in the pack and in the DivX3.11alpha, because it's latest version 4.1.0.3917.
Thanx for the info, but if I am not totally mistaken, the look of the config dialog for the dlls is the same :-) Does this have to do something with XP Themes or stuff like that? I am using classis style on WinXP...
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Seems this filter also needs some kind of slider patch...not sure, but I have a movie here, where it seems to always reset...needs further testing...
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This filter already has slider patch. Without slider patch you can't use(move) CPU slider, because it is not enabled(look at picture: http://www.geocities.com/xkodi/xkodi...ider_patch.gif) and you can't even touch the slider and move it, so the slider is always set to 0. With slider patch the slider changes dynamicly depending on video souce to an recommended position(until you touch the slider for the first time, then it remembers the position that you set), but if the video is with high quality it is normal to go to 0.

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This filter already has slider patch. Without slider patch you can't use(move) CPU slider, because it is not enabled(look at picture: http://www.geocities.com/xkodi/xkodi...ider_patch.gif) and you can't even touch the slider and move it, so the slider is always set to 0. With slider patch the slider changes dynamicly depending on video souce to an recommended position(until you touch the slider for the first time, then it remembers the position that you set), but if the video is with high quality it is normal to go to 0.
What Tsunami writes about this in his filter packs is:

1. If there is a file called 'mpg4dmod.dll' in c:\Windows\System, rename it to 'mpg4dmod.dll.bak' or delete it. If you don't do so, the Slider in the Playback-Filter doesn't funktion.

2. If you use an avi which is encoded with the Scene-Detection-Patch, it can happen that the Slider in the Playback-Filter is resettet to Zero. In this case you can set te slider back to 3 or higher manually.

and something like this (it is only in German in the text, here my translation):

3. The playback filters have a fixed quality slider, the slider for cpu quality therefore sticks to the position it's set to.

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So I think that the slider can be moved at all is not what the slider patch is about...it is about sticking to its position...I had it working sometimes and other times not...don't know what this depends on (except the hint at 2. above). Will need further testing...I don't know how the patch is made, but I can probably supply you with divx_c32.ax build 3917 with and without slider patch, if the slider patch was not also included in the original divx3.11alpha release. Will have to check that, let me know, if it would be of any use to you...

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But what I'd be more interested in...I never seen a slider disabled completely like in your picture, what version of the filter is that? Did you make some patch to get it enabled?

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But maybe I understood the slider patch wrong...I always thought it to remember the position not only for the current movie but also when loading new movie's (thereby building a new filter graph). And in most cases this worked with my old build 3917...maybe it's just the same with the new build and all is well...in some test cases it really seemed to stick...in one other it didn't...I will have to play a bit more with it...will go out now, but if I find the time, I will try a bit more...

UPDATE: Just loaded some movies, including the problematic one from before...in about ten cases it sticked now to the position I had set it to throughout several movies (also the one that dind't work before)...the only thing I did was rebooting...maybe it was that? Well, don't worry too much about this, it's probably alright the way it is...we'll see...later

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The version on the picture is 8.0.0.4477 without slider patch, but every filter without this patch looks like on the picture.
I think that is enough to unregister mpg4dmod.dll, but if you want rename it.
And I also think, that 'fixed quality slider' describes behaviour of the slider in versions of DivX before 3.11alpha, for example in 3.1 it is always set to 2, when start movie and this was bug fixed in 3.11alpha, look at 3.11alpha readme:
What's new in 3.11alpha :
- Only fixes the CPU slider issue in the Direct Show decoder...
thank to Maniakzi for this...

The slider of the new filter 8.0.0.4477 should wourk like that from 3.11alpha and even better.
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Sounds good to me...thanx again...I will let you know, if I have any issues with the files from your pack...keep us updated with new versions :-)
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Final Release Download here:
http://www.geocities.com/xkodi/xkodi...k_v1.0.rar.zip
new core 8.0.0.4487 and I named the pack "MAIA MPEG4, DivX PACK version 1.0"
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Great...thanx for the pack!

Have any of the files changed since the priority patch and rc3 version? Well, I will see for myself...

BTW: Did you announce the pack somewhere else? Seems people here in the board are not too interested, I'm afraid...at least, they didn't reply here...

UPDATE: Just wanted to download the pack...page has exceeded its bandwidth...
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