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Old 7th July 2008, 00:10   #3041  |  Link
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Here's a screenshot of the result:




Dragging a H.264 file (.mkv) to the program prompted me to use ffdshow, which I ok'ed. But it shows it as "unsupported".

I'm using the latest ATi Catalyst driver 8.6 and I'm pretty sure I had this one on my previous Vista installation as well.
Your url link doesn't work.
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Your url link doesn't work.


maybe a Vista without netFramework 3.0 ?
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Picture corruption with every H264 file with DXVA, without DXVA - all fine, no artefact.
Vista SP1 x64, 8800GT (4318), MPC-HC 637

But all fine playback with MPC-HC 631
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Old 7th July 2008, 00:50   #3044  |  Link
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Fixed the link: http://img301.imageshack.us/img301/9585/clip000js7.jpg

Every .NET framework from 1.0 to 3.5 is installed.
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Install the stand alone filters in system32 folder but just "mpcvideodec.ax" from rev 629 and register it then use the program again to see the results, something like this. Right click near the red dxva and use the apropriate renderer, dxva1=vmr9/7 and dxva2=evr.
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Install the stand alone filters in system32 folder but just "mpcvideodec.ax" from rev 629 and register it then use the program again to see the results, something like this. Right click near the red dxva and use the apropriate renderer, dxva1=vmr9/7 and dxva2=evr.
@suti: you could try the same thing with DXVAChecker: http://bluesky23.hp.infoseek.co.jp/#DXVAChecker , as you already have mpcvideodec.ax registered (verify which version you have, you can simply change the version by overwriting mpcvideodec.ax ). if DXVA works even with standalone filter r629 then its some setting in MPC maybe
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Old 7th July 2008, 03:28   #3047  |  Link
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This FLV of the Pixar short, "Presto" makes MPC-HC crash big time as soon as it attempts to play it.

http://rapidshare.com/files/12759662...o_short_HD.flv

Tested with r637.

EDIT: It also makes the stable r604 release crash too

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Any help with my earlier post?
http://forum.doom9.org/showpost.php?...postcount=2965

DXVA works in vista x86 but not in xp x64? i had xp sp3 x86 before i installed 64bit and that worked..
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Version Numbers & Testing Suite


I think a lot of the recent traffic in this thread is due to people jumping onto the latest build version, but those are coming out too fast. Perhaps a rc should be released and tested. I've got movies that worked that now causing mpc-hc to crash.

Maybe a test suite could be made, like videos of different types, and then after a quick run through the playlist, it exits, the .ini file is changed to the next one (to test the next renderer, etc.), and so forth. I think it would require someone to watch it.
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regarding the selection between DXVA or internal FFmpeg, I discovered that it works OK with rev604, but not on the newer revisions where you attempted to seperate the functionality. I guess some work is needed to separate the DXVA completely from the FFmpeg decoder.
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Install the stand alone filters in system32 folder but just "mpcvideodec.ax" from rev 629 and register it then use the program again to see the results, something like this. Right click near the red dxva and use the apropriate renderer, dxva1=vmr9/7 and dxva2=evr.
I registered the MPCVideoDec.ax as suggested using "regsvr32 MPCVideoDec.ax", which was confirmed as Success. Unfortunately, DXVAChecker doesn't seem to "see" that filter at all. Nothing happens when dragging a video file to the application.

I then disabled all internal transform filters in MPC-HC, to see if it loads the external filter, but no such luck. When looking at the "External filters" list and hitting "Add Filter...", the external decoder is not listed either.

Playing a H.264 video, MPC falls back to the internal filter (even though it should be disabled), and the problem mentioned earlier is present again.

I'm at a loss. I used to register filters this way all the time. I have no idea why Windows wouldn't properly register the external decoder.
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@developers.

Thanks for fixing that screenshot-taking bug with EVR renderer. Now I can avoid the chroma upsampling bug in EVR custom presenter.
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regarding the selection between DXVA or internal FFmpeg, I discovered that it works OK with rev604, but not on the newer revisions where you attempted to seperate the functionality. I guess some work is needed to separate the DXVA completely from the FFmpeg decoder.
I can't reproduce it, so I can't fix it.
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I can't reproduce it, so I can't fix it.
Fair enough.
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Some question here. Did mplayerc has post processing feature?
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No, it does not have postprocessing (not counting the shader functionality).
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I registered the MPCVideoDec.ax as suggested using "regsvr32 MPCVideoDec.ax", which was confirmed as Success. Unfortunately, DXVAChecker doesn't seem to "see" that filter at all. Nothing happens when dragging a video file to the application.
there was a problem of this sort a while ago:

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I'm having some problems.

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I think that standalone codecs aren't registered correctly. I registered both mpegsplitter.ax and mpcvideodec.ax (the ones someone compiled awhile ago) with dsfmgr, then tried to play .m2ts files and both WMP11 and VMC gave error that I don't have codecs to play this file.

I then unregistered both codecs and then registered v 1.1.0.0 codecs from sourceforge, then replaced those .ax files with the new versions which didn't work before, after that I was able to play all .m2ts files.

you could try this, register the one from soundfourge, and then overwrite it. and check the codecs tab if H264 is checked.

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As the others allready said between 631 and 634 something bad happened to the DXVA part it's totaly corrupted playback now

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Renderer: VMR9 (windowed)

631 from XvidVideo.ru is the last version that works for me useing 634 and it's only corruption.
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No, it does not have postprocessing (not counting the shader functionality).
So, is there any plan to add it anytime soon?

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As the others allready said between 631 and 634 something bad happened to the DXVA part it's totaly corrupted playback now

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631 from XvidVideo.ru is the last version that works for me useing 634 and it's only corruption.
Same here, video corruption on naruto by dattebayo remuxed to mkv. Previously, it will run fine after remux.

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Does this corruption happen in every file? I tried a few files today with rev638 and did not notice anything.
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