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Old 29th August 2020, 08:03   #24021  |  Link
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Use a better video renderer. There are no plans to add something like this.
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Old 29th August 2020, 10:08   #24022  |  Link
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There are no plans to add something like this.
Not critical, the last couple of years the built-in PotPlayer filters have reached the level that suits me and there is a constant positive dynamics. The need to use LAV Filters, previously absolutely necessary, is constantly decreasing.
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Old 29th August 2020, 14:46   #24023  |  Link
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Overlay Mixer has been deprecated since 2001; it's now 2020, it's long since time to move on. Overlay is great because you hardly have to do anything, the driver takes care of everything. But Overlay means you can't customize anything, because the driver takes care of everything.

Plus, you know, high bit depth? HDR? Shaders? Things that people might like to have in 2020, that Overlay won't give you.
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Old 29th August 2020, 17:22   #24024  |  Link
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Things that people might like to have in 2020, that Overlay won't give you.
There are a lot of things that I personally don't need. Including the redundant capabilities of modern video renderers, as well as advice on their choice.
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Old 29th August 2020, 19:51   #24025  |  Link
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Why MPEG-4 HW acceleration is unavailable in D3D11? (i5 5th Gen)
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Old 29th August 2020, 20:31   #24026  |  Link
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MPEG-4 acceleration is rather buggy, and any modern CPU can decode it without even breaking a sweat, so simply because its easier not to allow it.
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Old 30th August 2020, 14:20   #24027  |  Link
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Old 31st August 2020, 22:54   #24028  |  Link
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madVR get's kinda nuts with progressive decoded 23p dvds.
the file still get's reported as 29p. with film mode it is switching to 23p "correctly" but according to the OSD it doesn't get a deinterlaced flag so why would it even care about film mode or video mode is it maybe present for 1 frame?
so i just want to make sure the frame times are not wrong or something else in the first place before i bring this up to madshi.
there doesn't seem to be a difference between hardware and software decode.

this doesn't happen when the DVD navigator is used the file is then decoded to 29i with hard telecine.
the file has been tested with direct vob file play DVD structure(DVDnavigator) and MKV remux.
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Old 14th September 2020, 13:01   #24029  |  Link
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nev, can you please add AV1 hardware decoding to LAV Filters?
Hey, that idea never occured to me.
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Thanks for link, it seems news about hardware acceleration of AV1 in future releases of Ampere-based nVIDIA videocards can be true.
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https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce...-av1-decoding/

it's been confirmed.
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Old 16th September 2020, 06:13   #24032  |  Link
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And for AMD Radeon RX 6000 series of course:
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...or-AMD-VCN-3.0
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No, this would be a terrible experience. "I changed the stream but audio was still the wrong language for several seconds", yeah, not wasting my time on that, sorry.
Is it possible to implement this only for subtitles? That is, there will be no such issues with audio.
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The same thing would happen with subtitles, and potentially even more pronounced since subtitles themselves can show for a longer time. You would switch it and only see the switch after several seconds of playback.
The current solution is the best compromise available. A tiny playback glitch when the user presses a button is not very disruptive.
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I hope someone could develop LAV Filters plug-in for Adobe Audition 2020. Audition doesn't import Dolby, DTS, Bink Media & old QuickTime format & the only plug-in that can do all of this is LAV Filters. Also, what MP3 & AAC decoder FFmpeg uses?

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Its own OpenSource decoders; ffmpeg is a CLI frontend for the libavcodec core library.
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I hope someone could develop LAV Filters plug-in for Adobe Audition 2020. Audition doesn't import Dolby, DTS, Bink Media & old QuickTime format & the only plug-in that can do all of this is LAV Filters. Also, what MP3 & AAC decoder FFmpeg use?
I don't know if such plug-in filters for Audition can and will be developed, but perhaps you might give Audacity a try, which in my option is a very good free and open-source alternative for Audition. And for Audacity, you can get a ffmeg based plugin, which allows the use of some of the formats you mentioned.

https://www.audacityteam.org/ and https://manual.audacityteam.org/man/...r_windows.html
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Its own OpenSource decoders; ffmpeg is a CLI frontend for the libavcodec core library.
Reversed or original code?
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I don't know if such plug-in filters for Audition can and will be developed, but perhaps you might give Audacity a try, which in my option is a very good free and open-source alternative for Audition. And for Audacity, you can get a ffmeg based plugin, which allows the use of some of the formats you mentioned.

https://www.audacityteam.org/ and https://manual.audacityteam.org/man/...r_windows.html
Thank you so much for suggestion, but did you check this site:
https://src.infinitewave.ca/
Quality of Audition is so much higher than any editor in that list, even Pro Tools! Pro Tools & Audition are standard in the world like Photoshop!

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MP3 and AAC specifications (and reference software in source) are available and detailed enough to enable developers to write their own code. For these formats, there was certainly no need to disassemble binaries.

And regarding your "standard software hype" ... Premiere used to convert YUV to RGB before applying filters; advantage to AviSynth. Your mentioned site tells little without understanding the mathematical backgrounds of each implementation. Free software can use correct and precise implementations too. And be more user friendly at the same time by not chaining the user to a sadistic payment model.
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MP3 and AAC specifications (and reference software in source) are available and detailed enough to enable developers to write their own code. For these formats, there was certainly no need to disassemble binaries.

And regarding your "standard software hype" ... Premiere used to convert YUV to RGB before applying filters; advantage to AviSynth. Your mentioned site tells little without understanding the mathematical backgrounds of each implementation. Free software can use correct and precise implementations too. And be more user friendly at the same time by not chaining the user to a sadistic payment model.

What software do you recommend for editing, ripping & converting audio files, free or commercial.
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