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Old 25th August 2007, 13:17   #81  |  Link
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Thanks for your new build(specifically filters).
I've mirrored too
http://tirnanog.fate.jp/mirror/Misc%...lsid/20070824/
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Old 26th August 2007, 00:17   #82  |  Link
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flv splitter: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/f...HD_1500_96.flv
at least here gets all pink on keyframes...
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Old 26th August 2007, 14:23   #83  |  Link
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It's the fault of the decoder, not the splitter. The old splitter did not work at all with that sample file.
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Old 29th August 2007, 00:21   #84  |  Link
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Not sure where it comes from, but I have screen-capture issues. I get error message: « GetCurrentImage failed, hr = 8000ffff ». This happens with any video I think.

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* latest MPC by clsid (24th august 2007)
* latest ffdshow by clsid (rev1437)
* AMD X700 with Catalyst 7.7 [lucky 777]
* Windows XP SP2 with .NET 3
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Old 29th August 2007, 02:47   #85  |  Link
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What's the renderer you're using?
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Old 29th August 2007, 02:53   #86  |  Link
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Ah ah, thanks Kado. I just notice this:
* Saving images won't work with these renderers

I switch from System Default to VMR9 and DirectX 9 and now it works fine. Thanks again.
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Old 29th August 2007, 12:24   #87  |  Link
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If someone could write a patch to modify the behavior to show a nice warning/info message instead of the GetCurrentImage failed error it would be much appreciated.
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Old 31st August 2007, 22:34   #88  |  Link
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OK, I admit, I'm a little confused with the various offsprings of MPC that are now popping up. So there's this clsid version, and then there's Casimir's Home Cinema version (http://tibrium.neuf.fr), and looks like there were some _xxl builds at some point in time too. Should perhaps all these different versions be merged into the main MPC SVN?
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Old 31st August 2007, 23:17   #89  |  Link
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Hi,

I would like to make a suggestion for future versions of the MPC modified builds:

Is it possible to modify the internal import filter for transport streams in that way, that the user can adjust the number of TS packets to be scanned in order to find the first sequence header within the .ini file ?

The reason for that request are transport streams containing h.264 video streams. Since h.264 ( HTDV ) video streams have much longer GOPs, MPC often fails to identify the video type of such streams when using its internal TS filter. When I deactive the internal filter and use haalis splitter instead, all works fine, because there the scanning depth is adjustable.

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Old 1st September 2007, 00:05   #90  |  Link
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Casimir's version is a fork of MPC with several changes. The _xxl builds were just SVN builds with a few patches. My builds are also just SVN builds, but with some additional patches and minor tweaks.

I don't have access to MPC's SVN so I cannot commit any patches. That's why I have posted the patches here. I don't have the intentions nor the skills to make any big changes, so making another fork is pointless at this moment.
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Old 1st September 2007, 02:31   #91  |  Link
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You should not pack the exe file with upx ~~!
That needs more memory (7XXX KB->>10XXX KB),and may cause some error.
And the lastest DX too.
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The files that I have posted are NOT packed with UPX.
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Old 1st September 2007, 11:29   #93  |  Link
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Casimir's version is a fork of MPC with several changes. The _xxl builds were just SVN builds with a few patches. My builds are also just SVN builds, but with some additional patches and minor tweaks.

I don't have access to MPC's SVN so I cannot commit any patches. That's why I have posted the patches here. I don't have the intentions nor the skills to make any big changes, so making another fork is pointless at this moment.
What happened to Guliverkli? Would it be worth trying to get somebody else to commit your patches into MPC SVN? I mean, if they're good patches, it seems like it'd be beneficial to have them in the official builds. Otherwise you're doing all the work but most people aren't seeing the benefit, which sucks.
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Old 2nd September 2007, 13:42   #94  |  Link
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Why don't you start a new sf project (Guliverkli2)?
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it would be easier to ask gabest to be added to the guliverkli devs so patches can be commited to the CVS/SVN and updated builds can be made available on the official SF page.
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It would be great to have all the patches, enhancements and changes in one build, I totally agree with everyone there. The numbering that Casimir has got (such as 1.0.9.0) is much better than every single new patched build being 6.4.9.0. The idea of the numbering system was based on the Windows media player 6.4, so really MPC's version is still currently 0.0.9.0, or if you like 1.0.9.0. That works out well, the numbering can just progress from Casimir's builds!

One thing is important though, DO NOT bundle just the one directx file with MPC. Different versions of Windows require different Directx files, so if you bundle the XP one and run it on XP x64, it will NOT work...! same goes for Vista etc. In most cases it hopefully uses the one installed in the system directory if Directx is installed. A much better solution would be a link to the Microsoft Directx webpage so the latest version can be installed. Directx has extensions added to it every 2 months, and has all the windows versions covered.

Including the directx by itself with MPC, I believe, goes against the Microsoft License agreement, and like autopatcher we wouldn't want the same thing happening to MPC!
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Old 2nd September 2007, 16:51   #97  |  Link
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Unless people suddenly start submitting new patches, I don't foresee any new builds in the future. That is also why I won't start a new project. It will likely be dead right from the beginning. If anyone else really sees a need for a new project, go ahead and create it.

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It's already a separate download. Also your x64 example does not apply since MPC is 32-bit and therefore will use the 32-bit version of the dll on x64.
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Old 2nd September 2007, 17:14   #98  |  Link
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Is the security flaw with FLI files fixed in this release?

If not, could someone pleas write a patch for it!?
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Old 2nd September 2007, 22:02   #99  |  Link
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The files that I have posted are NOT packed with UPX.
Mine are, but I don't see any problem with UPX'd files
A lot of software is released as UPX'd binaries. I used the latest stable release of UPX.

In case you want me to mirror your "original" files, I will change that ASAP of course...
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Old 5th September 2007, 13:47   #100  |  Link
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Hi there

I've translated Media Player Classic "string" into French with ResHacker. I used the latest officiel french translation, and copy paste string, i've done nothing special...

Media Player Classic: French based on Clsid build v6.4.9.0+ (24-08-2007)

Here it is: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=990X6AF9

I'll not update this translation, I juste done this for my use, and now want to share if someone (french) is interested....

MPC is a reaaaally good app. I hope this project will not die ^^
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