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Old 26th November 2009, 22:58   #201  |  Link
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A new version is available at http://di-avc.com/DiAVC_alpha.zip.
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Faster start and seek
Fix the timestamp position shifting for repeated streams PROBABILY
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Old 27th November 2009, 02:02   #202  |  Link
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schweinsz, could you post a change log or update date in you website?
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Old 27th November 2009, 05:13   #203  |  Link
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Do I need force the width and height mod 16 when require memory from the DirectVobSub if the width or height not mod 16?
I am actually unsure how DirectVobSub works. It is pretty buggy in general, and even if mod8 worked, mod4 surely wouldn't. When you "force the width and height mod 16," does that imply a resize operation? Perhaps you could study how ffdshow connects to DirectVobSub, as I (think) it can deliver a mod8 image to it successfully.
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When you "force the width and height mod 16," does that imply a resize operation
how about adding padding?
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Fix the timestamp position shifting for repeated streams PROBABILY
Still broken...
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I am actually unsure how DirectVobSub works. It is pretty buggy in general, and even if mod8 worked, mod4 surely wouldn't. When you "force the width and height mod 16," does that imply a resize operation? Perhaps you could study how ffdshow connects to DirectVobSub, as I (think) it can deliver a mod8 image to it successfully.
I just add padding. I have gotten the black screen if the directvobsub is used even the width and height mod 16. I am finding the reason.
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Old 30th November 2009, 16:20   #207  |  Link
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A new alpha version is available at http://di-avc.com/DiAVC_alpha.zip.

Change log:
fixed the compability problem with directVOBSUB.
fixed some problems in the filter
Improved supports to VFR samples
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Uhh, play->stop->play causes confused presentation, and still broken about repeated VFR.

Edit: When seeking sample, these problems disappear.
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Uhh, play->stop->play causes confused presentation, and still broken about repeated VFR.

Edit: When seeking sample, these problems disappear.

I can't understand the "repeated VFR", I do find the video you share to me has several frames at about 56' that has a much more long presentation time than others, I fixed the start presentation time and end presentation time for them.
I compared the start presentation time and end presentation time with coreavc, and I found all start presentation time is same, the DiAVC set the end presentation time = start presentation time of next frame, but coreavc use the time gotten from samples. IMHO, I think the DiAVC is better.

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Player: WMP11, MediaPlayerClassic HomeCinema rev1369 built by alexins, and graphedit

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VFR source sample -(video)-> DiAVC -> Video renderer (VMR7 renderless)
               -(audio)-> ffdshow audio decoder -> Reclock 1.8.4.8

Snapshots of ffdshow OSD: [Compare_both_timstamps]Sample_of_timestamp_shift_for_DiAVC(VFR_Anime_OP).mp4.rar
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Uhh, play->stop->play causes confused presentation.
Fixed the problem, a new version is uploaded to http://di-avc.com/DiAVC_alpha.zip. This is a bug in the filter that is introduced when I fixed the directvobsub. Great thanks to you. I will fix the problem related to the VFR bitstreams according to your information.

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But I still can't understand your broken VFR frames, do you mean the frames is displayed later than it should be, or earlier than it should be, or it should be displayed repeatly?
I mean the frames is displayed later than it should be in case of this sample.
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I mean the frames is displayed later than it should be in case of this sample.
Ok, I will fix the problem tomorrow.
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Fixed the problem, a new version is uploaded to http://di-avc.com/DiAVC_alpha.zip. This is a bug in the filter that is introduced when I fixed the directvobsub. Great thanks to you. I will fix the problem related to the VFR bitstreams according to your information.
Aha, it seems the new version is fixed about repeated VFR streams.
I'll test more.

Edit: Oh, the new version works fine at many VFR videos I encoded. Apparently, timestamp shifting problem was solved.
It's great work. Thank you.
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Aha, it seems the new version is fixed about repeated VFR streams.
I'll test more.

Edit: Oh, the new version works fine at many VFR videos I encoded. Apparently, timestamp shifting problem was solved.
Ok, good news, I will try to release the beta version, fixing bugs take up many of my time.
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Before releasing the beta version, could you fix this problem?
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I found other bugs:
1. DiAVC cannot connect stream in WMP11, though DiAVC set as default decoder with DiAVCSetting.exe.
But DiAVC can connect it after changing the merit value into 0xff80000X with another merit value changer.
And I found a new bug.
Whenever seeking the stream in DiAVC+madVR, the timstamps are shifted from original.
DiAVC+madVR is still unstable. Also the following issue is not fixed.
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when you stop playing, it runs through CPU usage rate unless restarting the movie or closing the player.
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Any news on the playback issues/crashes with m2ts/ts files?

m2ts are bluray and ts are used for video captures so people are encountering these a lot unless they are obtaining things illegally or using dvd sources.
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I did some tests with MPC-HC 1351 on windows 7 x64. mkv files everything is ok except the aforementioned slow seeking.

But there's some issues with m2ts files.
Gabest MPEG splitter + DiAVC = double speed playback, crashes on seek
Haali media splitter + DiAVC = playback ok, crashes on seek
I can't re-produce the issue with my samples (for examples, downloaded from http://x264.nl/h.264.samples/) using MPC-HC 1.3.1249.0. Could you share me some such samples? I am lack of the m2ts samples. You can try the DiAVC now, I fixed some bugs in the filter recently, perhaps the crash-related bug is fixed.

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Any news on the playback issues/crashes with m2ts/ts files?

m2ts are bluray and ts are used for video captures so people are encountering these a lot unless they are obtaining things illegally or using dvd sources.
Ok, I download some samples at http://www.cccp-project.net/beta/test_files/ and get the crash, I will fix it recently.
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First of all, great work, schweinsz, I've used DiAVC for the last 2 weeks or so, and am very happy with it.
One problem, that was already mentioned, I believe, is the decoder doesn't seem to work with EVR custom.
Trying the above combination results in a black screen with only audio playing.
As I normally use madVR, it's not such a big problem, but would probably need to be fixed in future releases.
Thank again for your work, Adam.
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