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Old 3rd January 2006, 21:46   #81  |  Link
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http://picard.exceed.hu/tcpmp/test/ is dead
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Old 3rd January 2006, 23:56   #82  |  Link
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yeah.... there is an outage in the host country.
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Old 4th January 2006, 00:24   #83  |  Link
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Huge thanks for this, I can now watch the the fountain teaser and other hd trailers in 720p on my athlon xp 1800+. Amazing!
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Bug: Can't use CoreAVC DShow from AVISynth. Takes 100% CPU and timeout.
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Bug: Can't use CoreAVC DShow from AVISynth. Takes 100% CPU and timeout.
Known problem is being worked on actually it will load it but it takes very long
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AVISynth timeout so it will never load... NEVER!!!
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Old 4th January 2006, 19:30   #87  |  Link
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my issues till now with coreavc:
- loading via directshowsource() doesnt work
- helix vfw yuv codecs cant handle the yv12 output of coreavc (but can handle ffdshow's yv12)
- after seeking in very rare cases the audio takes some seconds till its played again
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Old 4th January 2006, 19:42   #88  |  Link
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with a x264 high profile source (688*368), I obtain on my processor (pentium M Dothan 1,73 ghz) :

CoreAVC : 163.5 fps
ffdshow-20051230-icc-sse2 by issa : 104,1 fps (fastest build on this processor)
TCPMP : 172 fps
mplayer2005.11.23.P4 by celtic_druid : 106,7 fps

with a x264 high profile HD source (1280*720) :

CoreAVC : 69,5 fps
ffdshow-20051230-icc-sse2 by issa : 44,3 fps
TCPMP : 77 fps
mplayer2005.11.23.P4 by celtic_druid : 46,4 fps

Really good job !! Thanks a lot !!
I can now decode HD 720p trailer without dropped frames !

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Old 4th January 2006, 20:10   #90  |  Link
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If anybody wants an easy way to register/unregister .dll, .ax, or other types of files I recommend RegDrop . Just put the regdrop.exe onto your desktop and drag whatever file you want to register over the regdrop.exe icon and it will register the file for you. Drag that same file over the icon again to unregister it.

Works well with the CoreAVC decoder.
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with this build of mplayer and this command line :
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mplayer "file.mkv" -vo null -benchmark
I obtain 106,7 fps

PS : I edited my last post with a test on a hd source

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I've uploaded a new version :
http://coreavc.corecodec.org/CoreAVC20060104.7z

Changelog :
Version 0.0.0.2 Alpha (20060104) :
Fixed some compatibility problems (AVI Decompressor, AviSynth, ...)
Project cleanup (smaller size)
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Yep works great thx toff good work
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Hi, could one of the CoreAVC devs please have a look at this clip?: http://mirror05.x264.nl/Alex_W/force...ips/b0rked.mp4

The problem seems to occur when the 8x8 transform is used on direct blocks in B-frames.
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It seems I have dropped frames with the player (0.71g). Seems to drop on low motion, so it could be the same problrm as AlexW.
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That's odd... Still no mention of CQM, yet the above posted CoreAVC can handle all my CQM encoded videos.
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Wow. VERY nice.

ffdshow:
880 CABAC = 23.88 fps
720 CABAC = 32.40
720 CAVLC = 46.07

CoreAVC 0.0.0.2:
880 CABAC = 38.14
720 CABAC = 49.16
720 CAVLC = 63.67

60% faster than ffdshow at 1600x880. Very impressive! Keep up the great work!

The only quibble I have with it is that it doesn't seem to work with MPC's "VMR9 (renderless)" setting. It keeps using some sort of overlay.
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@omion: what's up with 1600x880? what footage do you have in such a weired resolution?
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Heh. I knew somebody would ask that. The source is actually a 1920x1080 HDTV capture. I rescaled it to be 1600 wide because that's the width of my monitor. The height just came out to 880.
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that it doesn't seem to work with MPC's "VMR9 (renderless)" setting. It keeps using some sort of overlay
i noticed that too
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