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Old 30th April 2012, 19:59   #10741  |  Link
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Is anyone else experiencing dropped frames with that clip?
No, it worked with DXVA2 native and software.
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Old 1st May 2012, 00:22   #10742  |  Link
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What about applying some sort of heuristic during format detection / import that classifies the file as "interlaced"?
This went out in tonight's beta of Media Center (17.0.141) and should be public in a few days:

Changed: LAV video is set to "aggressively" de-interlace mpeg-2 video in Red October mode. This should fix broken TV streams that have some interlaced frames marked as progressive.
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Old 1st May 2012, 01:40   #10743  |  Link
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Sweet. Thanks, Matt. I'll ask you specific questions over on the J River forum.
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Old 1st May 2012, 14:24   #10744  |  Link
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I'm having a weird issue with my dvds. First I was getting the macrovision fail message which I fixed by registering that DVD navigator. Everything worked fine, including audio, now I tried playing another DVD today and there is no audio.
Went back to the DVD that worked yesterday, no audio either. The audio stream is still displayed correctly (stereo LPCM 48kHz) if I open it as DVD, but there is no sound actually coming out.

Now I tried opening the .vob directly and it works fine O_O

I'm not sure if it's LAV, the DVD navigator, madVR or anything else..
The question is, why did it work once (immediately after registering DVD navigator) but stopped working now...

My setup: LAV audio+video decoder, haali splitter, madVR and xy-vsFilter
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Old 1st May 2012, 15:13   #10745  |  Link
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Excuse me for asking, but I tried searching around a bit, and I couldn't find anything. So here goes: What are the benefits of LAV splitter over Haali? Does Haali have any benefits?
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Old 1st May 2012, 16:31   #10746  |  Link
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AV Splitter is better than them just in terms of function.
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Old 1st May 2012, 17:09   #10747  |  Link
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AV Splitter is better than them just in terms of function.
If you prefer something else, great, advertising in this thread is however just rude.
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Old 1st May 2012, 18:02   #10748  |  Link
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I think they meant LAV Splitter, Nev. I hope.
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Old 1st May 2012, 18:09   #10749  |  Link
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So, what are the actual differences? Faster seeking? I'm geniunely curious here
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Old 2nd May 2012, 01:35   #10750  |  Link
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If you prefer something else, great, advertising in this thread is however just rude.
Sorry, not my intention indeed.

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So, what are the actual differences? Faster seeking? I'm geniunely curious here
Just try. For me Lav is much better than Haali.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 08:44   #10751  |  Link
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I use LAV - it's all around more robust, handles many more containers, fixes some streams and more.

Haali supports siff files (3D H264) in a way that (only) CoreMVC expects and has much better seeking in TS files.
Haali has serious issues with TS files that LAV doesn't - bad time stamps and bad aspect ratio.

So neither is perfect (yet ) but LAV is much better in my opinion.

Kudos to Nev on both his effort and result!
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I use LAV - it's all around more robust, handles many more containers, fixes some streams and more.

Haali supports siff files (3D H264) in a way that (only) CoreMVC expects and has much better seeking in TS files.
Haali has serious issues with TS files that LAV doesn't - bad time stamps and bad aspect ratio.

So neither is perfect (yet ) but LAV is much better in my opinion.

Kudos to Nev on both his effort and result!
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AC3 low volume

Can no one help with my query regarding AC3 audio being much quieter than AAC+ with LAV and not other audio decoders? Is it perhaps something to do with AC3 not being mixed down to 2 channels properly?

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I just switched to LAV Audio Decoder for MediaPortal, mainly due to the audio delay feature which I need for my new TV. I was using Monogram for AAC+ and ffdshow Audio Decoder for everything else, but Monogram doesn't have an audio delay feature.

Unfortunately the AC3 audio is much quieter now, but AAC+ is normal volume, and this makes it a hassle when changing channels. In NZ we have some digital channels with AC3 surround and some AAC+ stereo. We only have stereo speakers.

I tried enabling the DRC audio compression checkbox but it hasn't made any difference I can notice.

I don't suppose there is any method to resolve this?
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Can no one help with my query regarding AC3 audio being much quieter than AAC+ with LAV and not other audio decoders? Is it perhaps something to do with AC3 not being mixed down to 2 channels properly?
LAV does no mixing at all. If you require mixing, you'll either have to wait a version or two until it gets implemented, or combine it with ffdshow to use its mixer.

Not doing proper mixing can certainly cause volume differences.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 11:20   #10755  |  Link
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LAV splitter is better. Haali is old and not get updated for a long time.

However, Haali splitter has really nice tray icon that shows streams bit rate
and support ordered chapter which is important to some viewers.

These are the benefits over LAV splitter. (for now?)
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Old 2nd May 2012, 11:31   #10756  |  Link
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hy there....

@ nevcairiel

I just discovered that i cant watch my recorded game videos with LAV...I think it worked before...
I there a chance that u can add an codec to ur LAVFilters?
Im using the RTV1 Codec...its a very good one...(riva tuner video i think) its implented in Afterburner...

Here is the Codec if u need it:

http://www.mediafire.com/?l9gw2i7cymdy611


Thanks a lot and keep up the GOOD work

schöne grüße
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LAV splitter is better. Haali is old and not get updated for a long time.
For me the exciting thing about LAV is that it tries to unify everything into a few codecs. I'm really tired of 'codec hell' (this splitter doesn't work this this codec but the other one doesn't create Explorer thumbnails, blah blah). Especially if you author video as well as watch, it's a constant configuration battle.

So even if LAV doesn't do a few things yet, let's support Nev as much as we can to gradually get them in there.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 12:54   #10758  |  Link
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LAV splitter is better. Haali is old and not get updated for a long time.

However, Haali splitter has really nice tray icon that shows streams bit rate
and support ordered chapter which is important to some viewers.

These are the benefits over LAV splitter. (for now?)
haali is still updated by coreavc. also it is still the fastest mkv splitter.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 12:59   #10759  |  Link
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There is a bug in DNxHD 10bit decoding- on high contrast areas it creates artefacts (outline- looks similar to mosquito noise). It was reported to ffmbc developer and fixed, but looks like still present in ffmpeg.
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Old 2nd May 2012, 16:48   #10760  |  Link
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http://www.mediafire.com/?iuinywzgt2geh5c
nev, lav splitter 0.50.2-d6cbba7 cannot recognize second stream.
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