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Old 22nd May 2008, 11:40   #2041  |  Link
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Great if it is fixed there, thanks. Could you provide a working link? The one in the first post is broken.
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@Jong, here:

http://dl.usite.hu/player/Media.Play....1.0.2.518.zip
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Thanks Miryan,

I may be missing a new setting somewhere, but this build still displays flashing white squares on the bottom few lines of Elizabeth. One nudge down fixes it. All the problem lines are below 1080.

Attached is a screenshot taken using ctrl-I (quite heavily jpeg compressed to save space, but at original resolution). In my opinion all lines below 1080 should be cropped before display (optionally if you like, but by default).
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I have a weired problem with my new htpc and 1080p24 mkv playback. So far everything plays fine and smooth. DXVA works and CPU load ist pretty low (5-15%). But sometimes the playback becomes jerky for aprox. 0,5-1 second and i have no idea why. It looks like as some frames were dropped but the statistics says "dropped Frames =0". It happens nearly ervery minute but every time at different positions in the movie. I'd monitored the CPU-load while the playback becomes jerky but it stays under 15%.

I tried the MPC-HC decoder, CoreAVC and Power DVD8 Codec. No difference. I'm using Vista Ultimate 32Bit, latest MPC-HC @ EVR and AC3 Filter. All drivers are up-2-date.
It's an fresh installation. No other Software like AV-scanners or similar is installed.

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I'd monitored the CPU-load while the playback becomes jerky but it stays under 15%.
playing back from DVD or from the HD ? If HD is the file highly fragmented ?

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playing back from DVD or from the HD ? If HD is the file highly fragmented ?
All files are stored on harddisc. There should not be any fragmentation because the disc is fresh formatted. Furthermore there isn't any greater disc activity hearable.
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Thanks Miryan,

I may be missing a new setting somewhere, but this build still displays flashing white squares on the bottom few lines of Elizabeth. One nudge down fixes it. All the problem lines are below 1080.

Attached is a screenshot taken using ctrl-I (quite heavily jpeg compressed to save space, but at original resolution). In my opinion all lines below 1080 should be cropped before display (optionally if you like, but by default).
Are you using the internal mkv parser?
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Are you using the internal mkv parser?
Hi.

No. Latest version of Haali. As I mentioned CoreAVC actually has an option to crop 1920x1088 to 1920x1080 (on by default I think). What do MPC-HC VC-1 and AVC filters do?
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No. Latest version of Haali. As I mentioned CoreAVC actually has an option to crop 1920x1088 to 1920x1080 (on by default I think). What do MPC-HC VC-1 and AVC filters do?
They truncate to the target destination give by the parser. I thought Haali was truncated to 1080... I'll look maybe the best thing will be to truncate in the decoder to prevent such things.
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Thank you.
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All files are stored on harddisc. There should not be any fragmentation because the disc is fresh formatted. Furthermore there isn't any greater disc activity hearable.
you've never seen a fresh disk once XP gets a hold of it have you?
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They truncate to the target destination give by the parser. I thought Haali was truncated to 1080... I'll look maybe the best thing will be to truncate in the decoder to prevent such things.
There is something odd going on. Maybe a bug has crept in somewhere.

I don't really understand the pin data in MPC-HC (not in it's entirety at least!) but the input to the MPC video decoder shows a resolution of 1920x1080 but the output to VMR9 shows 1920x1088.

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Filter : Haali Media Splitter - CLSID : {55DA30FC-F16B-49FC-BAA5-AE59FC65F82D}

- Connected to:

CLSID: {008BAC12-FBAF-497B-9670-BC6F6FBAE2C4}
Filter: MPC Video Decoder
Pin: Video

- Connection media type:

Video: WVC1 1920x1080 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: Unknown GUID Name {31435657-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 0
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 146

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(0,0)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(0,0)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 1920
dwPictAspectRatioY: 1080
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 74
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1080
biPlanes: 0
biBitCount: 0
biCompression: WVC1
biSizeImage: 0
biXPelsPerMeter: 1
biYPelsPerMeter: 1
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:

{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 0:

Set as the current media type

- Enumerated media type 1:

Video: WVC1 1920x1080 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: Unknown GUID Name {31435657-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo {05589F80-C356-11CE-BF01-00AA0055595A}
bFixedSizeSamples: 0
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 122

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(0,0)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(0,0)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 74
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1080
biPlanes: 0
biBitCount: 0
biCompression: WVC1
biSizeImage: 0
biXPelsPerMeter: 1
biYPelsPerMeter: 1
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

Filter : MPC Video Decoder - CLSID : {008BAC12-FBAF-497B-9670-BC6F6FBAE2C4}

- Connected to:

CLSID: {55DA30FC-F16B-49FC-BAA5-AE59FC65F82D}
Filter: D:\HD Movies\Jon & Jane\Elizabeth - The Golden Age\Elizabeth - The Golden Age.mkv
Pin: Video


- Connection media type:

Video: WVC1 1920x1080 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: Unknown GUID Name {31435657-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 0
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 146

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(0,0)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(0,0)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 1920
dwPictAspectRatioY: 1080
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 74
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1080
biPlanes: 0
biBitCount: 0
biCompression: WVC1
biSizeImage: 0
biXPelsPerMeter: 1
biYPelsPerMeter: 1
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

Filter : MPC Video Decoder - CLSID : {008BAC12-FBAF-497B-9670-BC6F6FBAE2C4}

- Connected to:

CLSID: {51B4ABF3-748F-4E3B-A276-C828330E926A}
Filter: Video Mixing Render 9 (Renderless)
Pin: VMR Input0

- Connection media type:

Video: DXVA 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: Unknown GUID Name {1B81BEA3-A0C7-11D3-B984-00C04F2E73C5}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 1
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: dxva
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 0:

Set as the current media type

- Enumerated media type 1:

Video: DXVA 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_NV12 {3231564E-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 1
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: dxva
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 2:

Video: DXVA 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_NV12 {3231564E-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 1
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: DXVA
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 3:

Video: DXVA 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_NV12 {3231564E-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 1
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: DxVA
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 4:

Video: DXVA 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_NV12 {3231564E-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 1
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: DXvA
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 5:

Video: YV12 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_YV12 {32315659-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 3
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: YV12
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 6:

Video: I420 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: Unknown GUID Name {30323449-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 3
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: I420
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 7:

Video: IYUV 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_IYUV {56555949-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 3
biBitCount: 12
biCompression: IYUV
biSizeImage: 3133440
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}

- Enumerated media type 8:

Video: YUY2 1920x1088 (16:9) 23.98fps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_YUY2 {32595559-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 1
cbFormat: 112

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 0
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 417083

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000000
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000000
dwPictAspectRatioX: 16
dwPictAspectRatioY: 9
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: 1088
biPlanes: 1
biBitCount: 16
biCompression: YUY2
biSizeImage: 4177920
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:
{removed to reduce size}
Something wrong?

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Why noboby it's using the "official" page @ sourceforge tu upload this Alpha builds (r517,r518...) so all those who want to test this (alpha ?) builds can find them more easily ?
P.S. Just say it's an alpha build !
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Just to add that with this 1920x1088 problem I am not sure it is possible to get 1:1 pixel mapping, or even a correct aspect ratio, of a 1920x1080 blu-ray sourced video to a 1920x1080 screen.

I guess it may be driver dependent. I have an ATI3850 with Cat 8.4.

There are many possible permutations of aspect ratio and pan&scan settings but I have yet to find one that displays the video as intended.

If 1920x1088 is displayed with the right aspect ratio in 1920x1080 it should be displayed as 1920*1080/1088 by 1080. This leaves small black borders to the left and right. Not to say there isn't one but I have yet to find a combination of settings that does this.

If I select "stretch to fit" the video fills the screen horizontally but still has 1088 lines squeezed into 1080. Clearly the video is distorted.

If I select "normal size" something odder happens. The video appears stretched even further horizontally, but still with the same vertical compression. It appears the video is being rendered as 1920*1088/1080 by 1080, with a few pixels cropped from left and right to display as 1920x1080. This seems to be the inverse of the adjustment needed to acheive the right aspect ratio
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Just to add that with this 1920x1088 problem I am not sure it is possible to get 1:1 pixel mapping, or even a correct aspect ratio, of a 1920x1080 blu-ray sourced video to a 1920x1080 screen.

I guess it may be driver dependent. I have an ATI3850 with Cat 8.4.

There are many possible permutations of aspect ratio and pan&scan settings but I have yet to find one that displays the video as intended.

If 1920x1088 is displayed with the right aspect ratio in 1920x1080 it should be displayed as 1920*1080/1088 by 1080. This leaves small black borders to the left and right. Not to say there isn't one but I have yet to find a combination of settings that does this.

If I select "stretch to fit" the video fills the screen horizontally but still has 1088 lines squeezed into 1080. Clearly the video is distorted.

If I select "normal size" something odder happens. The video appears stretched even further horizontally, but still with the same vertical compression. It appears the video is being rendered as 1920*1088/1080 by 1080, with a few pixels cropped from left and right to display as 1920x1080. This seems to be the inverse of the adjustment needed to acheive the right aspect ratio
1920x1088 it correct for the video size, because it's the real size of the directX surface (Dxva works only with height multiple of 16). The rcTarget is correct too and tell the renderer to crop to 1920x1080. For aspect ratio i don't know if it's correct or not i have to check
Can you upload a small sample of you file?
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Well the image above is as captured from MPC-HC using its internal image capture facility (ctrl-I) and you can see it is 1920x1088. All of it is being displayed.

I do not know how to splice a bit of an mkv file. If you can point me to a tool I will gladly do it. How big can the file be? How much do you need? Video only OK? (before I muxed with audio & subtitles?).
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Well the image above is as captured from MPC-HC using its internal image capture facility (ctrl-I) and you can see it is 1920x1088. All of it is being displayed.

I do not know how to splice a bit of an mkv file. If you can point me to a tool I will gladly do it. How big can the file be? How much do you need? Video only OK? (before I muxed with audio & subtitles?).
try using MKVToolnix
http://www.bunkus.org/videotools/mkv...downloads.html


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Oh OK. That's easy. I used that to make the file in the first place.
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Here is a link to a short clip with some flashing noise in the last few frames:

http://jong.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/images/clip-004.mkv

Please let me know when you have it so I can take it down.

Don't know if this is useful but interestingly the final incomplete clip that I cropped from the mkv could not use the MPC filter for some reason and used the Cyberlink filter instead. There there was no noise at the bottom. This was the pin info:

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Filter : Video Mixing Renderer 9 - CLSID : {51B4ABF3-748F-4E3B-A276-C828330E926A}

- Connected to:

CLSID: {C1B7063D-860C-4A72-972A-E68D008AC2B2}
Filter: CyberLink VC-1 Decoder (PDVD7.x)
Pin: Video Out

- Connection media type:

Video: YUY2 1920x1088 (16:9) 29.97fps 8000Kbps

AM_MEDIA_TYPE:
majortype: MEDIATYPE_Video {73646976-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
subtype: MEDIASUBTYPE_YUY2 {32595559-0000-0010-8000-00AA00389B71}
formattype: FORMAT_VideoInfo2 {F72A76A0-EB0A-11D0-ACE4-0000C0CC16BA}
bFixedSizeSamples: 1
bTemporalCompression: 0
lSampleSize: 4177920
cbFormat: 1152

VIDEOINFOHEADER:
rcSource: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
rcTarget: (0,0)-(1920,1080)
dwBitRate: 8000000
dwBitErrorRate: 0
AvgTimePerFrame: 333667

VIDEOINFOHEADER2:
dwInterlaceFlags: 0x00000081
dwCopyProtectFlags: 0x00000001
dwPictAspectRatioX: 1920
dwPictAspectRatioY: 1080
dwControlFlags: 0x00000000
dwReserved2: 0x00000000

BITMAPINFOHEADER:
biSize: 40
biWidth: 1920
biHeight: -1088
biPlanes: 1
biBitCount: 16
biCompression: YUY2
biSizeImage: 4177920
biXPelsPerMeter: 0
biYPelsPerMeter: 0
biClrUsed: 0
biClrImportant: 0

pbFormat:

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I have download you sample. It play with mpc internal decoder, but i haven't the squares at the bottom line. Alt+I create picture 1920x1080 too. I have tried with VRM9 windowed and renderless : same results.


Can you post the pin properties with Cyberlink ?
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