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Old 15th February 2008, 19:39   #1061  |  Link
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MPC uses static linking, so the runtime is not needed.

However, Visual Studio 2005 has a nasty habit of embedding a manifest into the executable by default. That manifest causes Windows to think that the runtime is needed.

The solution would be to explicitly disable manifest creation and embedding in the project settings.
Hum.... that's a little bit more complicated with x64 because manifest is different, so it's interesting to let VS generate it.
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Old 15th February 2008, 21:27   #1062  |  Link
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I assume you mean the "Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls" manifest? That is a different one. That one should indeed be embedded.
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Old 15th February 2008, 21:58   #1063  |  Link
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Is it possible to use DXVA acceleration with an intel X3100?
I'm looking for a new notebook, and the Macbook has this chip, but hardware H264 acceleration is very important for me, to play smooth X264 with the notebook
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Old 15th February 2008, 22:35   #1064  |  Link
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Would it be possible to add an option to force output color space of internal video decoders? Particulary to NV12, as that's the only color space which allows to use HW deinterlacing and postprocessing on pre HD ATI (nVidia?) cards without need to use DXVA.
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Old 16th February 2008, 00:17   #1065  |  Link
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Is it possible to use DXVA acceleration with an intel X3100?
I'm looking for a new notebook, and the Macbook has this chip, but hardware H264 acceleration is very important for me, to play smooth X264 with the notebook
Try DXVAChecker and tell me what it says :
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1090111

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Maybe later for NV12, only YV12 at the moment for SW decoding
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Is it possible to use DXVA acceleration with an intel X3100?
I'm looking for a new notebook, and the Macbook has this chip, but hardware H264 acceleration is very important for me, to play smooth X264 with the notebook
- Many x264 files are not compatible with hardware acceleration.

- Hardware acceleration is not important for playing smooth x264.

What you need is MPC-HC set to use EVR Custom Presenter, and then either ffdshow decoder or else CoreAVC Pro 1.6.5 decoder.
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Is it possible to add a subtitle option like that: draw to image itself? In kmplayer, this option is default and it works very well. It costs less cpu power than use directvobsub.
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In my experience, ReClock is still needed. Just try to play a 29.97 fps video in a 60Hz screen and you'll see what I mean. Vista has a 59.97Hz refresh option, which unfortunately has been rendered useless, at least for Nvidia card owners.
I play 29.97 fps video all the time on my 60hz screen and I have not encountered any problems using:

MPC-HC with EVR Custom Presenter under Vista Home Basic (no Aero) with ffdshow for everything other than H264, for which I use CoreAVC.

Is there something I should be looking for ? (I hate to ask that, because you may point out some playback flaw that I had previously not noticed. )
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Old 16th February 2008, 05:57   #1069  |  Link
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On a few of my 720p x264 TV episodes, I noticed that things turn to a blocky mess. If I turn DXVA off, then the blockyness disappears. This is with H.264 skip deblocking set to none.

The detecting of which files can't be accelerated and need to use software mode seems to be working perfectly in 404 though. Did you mention if you plan on releasing this decoder as a standalone product once its completely stable? I'd love an x64 version that I could use in Media Center.
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Old 16th February 2008, 06:39   #1070  |  Link
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That is on my top priority list now that DXVA is almost finished
Btw, will it be also available in .ax/.dll file or just with mpc-hc?
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I play 29.97 fps video all the time on my 60hz screen and I have not encountered any problems using:

MPC-HC with EVR Custom Presenter under Vista Home Basic (no Aero) with ffdshow for everything other than H264, for which I use CoreAVC.

Is there something I should be looking for ? (I hate to ask that, because you may point out some playback flaw that I had previously not noticed. )
What I observe under these conditions is jerky motion. Every once in a while, the video makes annoying jumps, like skipping a frame or two. This effect is completely eliminated with ReClock.
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Is it possible to add a subtitle option like that: draw to image itself? In kmplayer, this option is default and it works very well. It costs less cpu power than use directvobsub.
You should try the internal subtitle renderer in MPC. That works a bit different than standalone DirectVobSub. It lets the video renderer merge the subs with the video image.
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Is it possible to use DXVA acceleration with an intel X3100?
I'm looking for a new notebook, and the Macbook has this chip, but hardware H264 acceleration is very important for me, to play smooth X264 with the notebook
According to the list on wikipedia the x3100 doesn't support hardware acceleration for h264 decoding.
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You should try the internal subtitle renderer in MPC. That works a bit different than standalone DirectVobSub. It lets the video renderer merge the subs with the video image.
Could you show how to use the internal subtitle renderer in MPC? I could not find the involved configuration.
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MPC-->view-->options-->playback-->output-->DirectShow video: WMR7 & WMR9 (renderless) can load subtitles.
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You should try the internal subtitle renderer in MPC. That works a bit different than standalone DirectVobSub. It lets the video renderer merge the subs with the video image.
I've been told the internal renderer displays the subtitles a frame off of the actual timecode, at least for ssa/ass text. Is there any truth to that?
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VSFilter may be off by one frame. Same probably also applies to the internal subtitle renderer.

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...lter+frame+off
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MPC-->view-->options-->playback-->output-->DirectShow video: WMR7 & WMR9 (renderless) can load subtitles.
They depend on vmr7 or vmr9(renderless) to show subtitles. By contrast, in kmplayer, the internal renderer "draw to image itself" works even at overlay mixer. Kmplayer also supports vmr7 or vmr9 mode. In a word, kmplayer internal subtitle renderer is much better than mpc because it is nothing to with the video hardware.
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That's because mpc is no longer being developed.
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Old 16th February 2008, 20:01   #1080  |  Link
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What I observe under these conditions is jerky motion. Every once in a while, the video makes annoying jumps, like skipping a frame or two. This effect is completely eliminated with ReClock.
That definitely doesn't happen with my setup using Vista 32 bit Home Basic (no Aero).

Both the Video and Audio software had major rewrites between XP and Vista, and I seem to remember reading that timing issues were one of the areas that was improved. I'll see if I can find more details.

PS The effect you describe was most pronounced when watching Xvid videos using my standalone DVD/Divx player, interestingly...
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