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Old 2nd January 2006, 00:35   #61  |  Link
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The avc.plg is in my folder.

Or else The Greatest Game.mp4 video would play slow.
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Old 2nd January 2006, 00:45   #62  |  Link
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great player! But a question the developers:

what about AR-signaling (SAR in mp4 / DAR in matroska)? will this be implemented in the future?
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This is amazing. I benchmarked a trailer of the movie Serenity. Before I couldn't play it at all.

player: tcpmp.win32.0.71g.zip
plugin: avc.win32.0.71g.zip

Serenity movie trailer serenity_1080p.mov

without avc and aac plugin (no sound) 53%
with avc and aac plug in 171%

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Old 2nd January 2006, 01:54   #64  |  Link
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Revgen and others.... if you have the FFMPEG plug-in installed and the AVC plug-in installed and are trying to play a video with our unsupported AVC features
- interlacing
- custom quantizer matrices
- lossless coding

Playback will the default to the FFMPEG plugin. This is the likely reason it is playing slow. Try another AVC video with the supported features and let us know the results.
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Okay, here are the details again.


1) My Beavis and Butthead video doesn't use any of these above features. So it shouldn't be the problem.

2) My video plays well with FFDShow and VLC player. The FFMPEG plugin shouldn't be the problem.

3) My video plays slow using TCPMP 0.71G combined with AVC plugin 0.71G. It also plays slow when the AVC Plugin IS NOT in the folder.

4) I can upload and send a link to my video through www.yousendit.com if you're interested.
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Revgen what does the Media Info show after you load the file ?
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Revgen what does the Media Info show after you load the file ?
URL: H:\BEAVIS_BUTTHEAD_VOL_1\VIDEO_TS\Beavis and Butthead Vol 1 Disk 1.mkv
Format: Matroska File (MKV,MKA)
Duration: 1:47:40.960
Filesize: 715821 KB


Video: AVC aka H.264
Codec: CoreCodec AVC
Video Size: 720x480
Frame Rate: 23.976
Language: eng


Audio: AC-3
Codec: LibA52 (AC-3)
Format: 48000 Hz Stereo
Data Bit Rate: 224 kbit/s
Language: und


Played: 0
Frames Dropped: 0
Played FPS: 23.976
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Old 2nd January 2006, 23:52   #68  |  Link
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Really amzaing this plugin!!! I'll make extended tests later, but I'm really impressed!
Sugoiii!!!

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In having some MKV problems here as well. I think its the same one, actually; an MKV file of mine benches near 400% despite dropping many frames during playback.
AVI works just fine, though.
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Can't wait to see this DirectShow filter you are teasing us with... should be very, very interesting...
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ok... you have been warned!!! This is a pre-pre-pre-alpha directshow version of CoreAVC.... bond has tested it and it needs alot of work still ;-)

<bond> ffdshow: 47.16
<bond> ateme: 50.62
<bond> coreavc: 73.33
<bond> that is with a stream that has pretty much everything enabled

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CoreCodec AVC DirectShow Video Decoder

ALPHA VERSION FOR TESTING PURPOSE ONLY

Changelog:
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Version 0.0.0.1 Alpha :
Use a very high merit in this alpha release, don't install it if you
don't want to use it.
Should support anamorphic from Matroska (native mode) and MP4 files.
Limitations :
- Only output to YV12 and I420
- No dynamic output mediatype change
- No flushing for buffered frame at end of file
- Linked with some unecessary code from TCPMP
- no cqm, lossless or interlacing support
There are way too many issues to even bother posting about... but hey, I did say it was a pre-pre-pre alpha build... so with that.... Have fun.

Download here: http://cc.serveftp.org:8884/CoreAVC20060102.7z
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thanx i just tried it and loved it keep the good work.
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Old 3rd January 2006, 06:14   #73  |  Link
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Beavis and Butthead plays great with this one. Good Job!

The Greatest Game trailer (1920x1080) also plays great.


Your pre pre pre alpha build has earned a right to graduate!
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On my 3000+ (running in low power mode, RealAnime is not encoding )

On 640x480 with (x264 + AAC+v2 = MKV), in overlay mode

FFDShow: ~50% CPU
CoreAVC: ~38% CPU
MPlayer: ~30% CPU
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yep it's like Bond said blasting 40% faster then any of the other Decoders
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Old 3rd January 2006, 12:29   #76  |  Link
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blasting 40% faster then any of the other Decoders
first time I can watch these trailers...

sample H264 High Profil

KingKong
1280*720*25
1500 Kbps

Harry potter IV
1280*720*25
1250 Kbps

IceAge
1280*720*25
1250 Kbps

really flawless with my system...




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<bond> ffdshow: 47.16
<bond> ateme: 50.62
<bond> coreavc: 73.33
note that with the tcpmp i get on the same stream a decoding speed of 90fps, so its even a lot faster than coreavc dshow

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so on this sample (720x288_B3-Ref_Ref5_p4x4-i8x8_loop-5_wbp_cabac_770kbps) with my pentium3 866mhz cpu
- coreavc-dshow is ~45% faster than ateme
- coreavc-tcpmp is ~75% faster than ateme

ateme _was_ the fastest decoder till now (and not publically available). compared to the available other fast decoders (libavcodec, moonlight) the speed increase is obviously even bigger

so this decoder really rocks! great job!
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4) I can upload and send a link to my video through www.yousendit.com if you're interested.
Please upload it, if there is a little chance it will make faster finding problem. In next few days I will be still busy with some other stuff I need to finish, but I will get back to coreavc after that (cqm support is coming also).
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cqm support is coming also
uhm, actually it seems the 0.0.0.1 version of coreavc already handles cqm!
did this happen automagically?

no lossless and interlacing tough
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Please upload it, if there is a little chance it will make faster finding problem. In next few days I will be still busy with some other stuff I need to finish, but I will get back to coreavc after that (cqm support is coming also).
Uploaded the file and the link has been sent to your e-mail address.
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