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Old 27th August 2008, 22:04   #4041  |  Link
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I can't see PGS subs from a ts file I have here, I have even tried to rebuild the bluray and it works in pdvd fine. Can you provide a sample that works for you?
I've a m2ts ripped Blu-ray with PGS and can't see anything either.
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That way, you have xxxx[p|i]yyy, where xxxx is the vertical resolution, yyy is the temporal resolution, and 'i' says the image has been irremediably destroyed.
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Old 27th August 2008, 22:19   #4042  |  Link
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The .zip contains .srt files for the first Blu-ray disc of utawarerumono
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Old 27th August 2008, 22:39   #4043  |  Link
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Another thing, if you open various files sequentially (I tried with 720p videos) the memory usage will grow quite a lot!
I opened the same video 16 times and the memory usage went from 160MB to 1GB! Eventually the playback may not remain smooth.
[EDIT]Memory usage stopped growing at 1.3GB even if I kept opening videos although I still had 700MB of system memory free.[/EDIT]

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Old 28th August 2008, 02:27   #4044  |  Link
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Ok found, same function with different coefs : http://avisynth.org/mediawiki/Color_conversions
That's great casimir! I forgotten where I found the formula from - good to know you found it instead.
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Old 28th August 2008, 18:47   #4045  |  Link
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I found the tab of buffering which was originally 3,I inreased it to 10 but nothing happened, the problem exists. I noticed, when I enable VMR9 mixer mode, video sometimes slow downs. Any suggestion?
May someone help me please?
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Old 28th August 2008, 19:41   #4046  |  Link
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May someone help me please?
Try using 2D surfaces/regular offscreen plain surface instead of 3D surfaces. Go to your card Direct3D settings and set all quality settings to the minimum.
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Old 28th August 2008, 20:09   #4047  |  Link
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I did, unfortunately same again. Can it be possible from slow Harddisk? I use a 80 Gb 7200 rpm Samsung harddisk. It is strange because when I select "system default", everything is okay.
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Old 29th August 2008, 06:31   #4048  |  Link
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Playing back an X.264 video clip that is supposed to be dxva compatible, with MPC-HC 664, I get DXVA acceleration; however, using MPC-HC 754 DXVA is not used.

Also, playing back an mkv extract from one of the Star Trek TOS1 HD-DVD episodes with MPC-HC 664, whilst I get DXVA acceleration, the picture jerks and pixellates periodically every 1.5 seconds; with MPC-HC 754 playback is completely smooth but at the cost of high CPU.

Is MPC-HC 754 detecting a DXVA anomally in the mkv and correctly dropping back to no-DXVA mode, or is it just broken for H.264 at the moment?

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I did, unfortunately same again. Can it be possible from slow Harddisk? I use a 80 Gb 7200 rpm Samsung harddisk. It is strange because when I select "system default", everything is okay.
Then next you should try using VMR7 renderless, or install .NET 3 Framework and use EVR custom presenter.
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Is MPC-HC 754 detecting a DXVA anomally in the mkv and correctly dropping back to no-DXVA mode, or is it just broken for H.264 at the moment?
Yes - MPC-HC 754 detecting a DXVA anomally in the mkv and correctly dropping back to no-DXVA mode.
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For some reason I can't get smooth playpack in Vista x64 with MKV and M2TS. I get slight stuttering and/or audio & video is completely out of synch. All works fine in Vista x86.(MatroskaSplitter.ax, MpaDecFilter.ax, MPCVideoDec.ax, MpegSplitter.ax)
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Old 29th August 2008, 11:46   #4052  |  Link
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Hi everyone,
Is there any chance to add option to MPC HC or DirectVobSub to auto load subtitles that do not match video name? MPC is my favourite player, anyway almost all modern ones have this feature already. Choosing subt manually isnt nice, especially dealing with many subdirectories . Working with non vmr7/9 renderer is also nice reason for that option I dont use ffdshow as it sometimes cause desychronization
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Is there any chance to add option to MPC HC or DirectVobSub to auto load subtitles that do not match video name? MPC is my favourite player, anyway almost all modern ones have this feature already. Choosing subt manually isnt nice, especially dealing with many subdirectories . Working with non vmr7/9 renderer is also nice reason for that option I dont use ffdshow as it sometimes cause desychronization
That will never happen. I don't want MPC/VSFilter to load (or even just list) unrelated subtitles. If you are too retarded to properly name and organize your subtitle files, that is your problem.
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Yes - MPC-HC 754 detecting a DXVA anomally in the mkv and correctly dropping back to no-DXVA mode.
This doesn't explain why the other X.264 clip plays back perfectly in MPC-HC 664 with DXVA acceleration, whereas 754 drops back to non-DXVA mode.

Unfortunately I don't have any other valid H.264/X.264 mkv clips to test MPC-HC 754 with to see if it truly works, rather than being overly sensitive to anomalies.

Would it be possible to add an option to force MPC-HC to decode with DXVA, even if it detects anomalies (at the user's risk)?
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That will never happen. I don't want MPC/VSFilter to load (or even just list) unrelated subtitles. If you are too retarded to properly name and organize your subtitle files, that is your problem.
Hey, you don't need to be that rude. His question isn't that bad. The idea to list in the subtitle menu all the subtitles in the folder is great. Or we can think in a better sintax, like 'moviefilename_XX', where XX is the language abbreviation, like US, BR, DE, etc. I think that sometimes is fine to have multi-language subtitles listed in your player, just like a DVD disc.

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Old 30th August 2008, 03:05   #4056  |  Link
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Hey, you don't need to be that rude. His question isn't that bad. The idea to list in the subtitle menu all the subtitles in the folder is great. Or we can think in a better sintax, like 'moviefilename_XX', where XX is the language abbreviation, like US, BR, DE, etc. I think that sometime is fine to have multi-language subtitles listed in your player, just like a DVD disc.
The latter is already implemented:
movie.avi
movie.eng.srt
movie.ger.srt

Now both subtitles are loaded and can be chosen from the subtitle menu.
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Old 30th August 2008, 03:42   #4057  |  Link
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The latter is already implemented:
movie.avi
movie.eng.srt
movie.ger.srt

Now both subtitles are loaded and can be chosen from the subtitle menu.
Hmmm... You're right. I didn't know that. Maybe littleD didn't know either.

Thanks

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Old 30th August 2008, 06:43   #4058  |  Link
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This doesn't explain why the other X.264 clip plays back perfectly in MPC-HC 664 with DXVA acceleration, whereas 754 drops back to non-DXVA mode.

Unfortunately I don't have any other valid H.264/X.264 mkv clips to test MPC-HC 754 with to see if it truly works, rather than being overly sensitive to anomalies.

Would it be possible to add an option to force MPC-HC to decode with DXVA, even if it detects anomalies (at the user's risk)?
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...05#post1167905
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The latter is already implemented:
movie.avi
movie.eng.srt
movie.ger.srt

Now both subtitles are loaded and can be chosen from the subtitle menu.
Yep, this indeed make easier handling subtitlies.

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That will never happen. I don't want MPC/VSFilter to load (or even just list) unrelated subtitles.
Anyway letting user chose,what suit him is better way IMO . I would really aprreciate that hard programming work

Sorry for my english

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Old 30th August 2008, 09:19   #4060  |  Link
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With the last builds i'm not able to play continously an MPEG2 DVD with the internal Mpeg2 decoder. At some points (random) it freezes no matter what (it seems the same problem with the xvid standalone decoder). It seems doesn't show the problem with the ffdshow mpeg2 decoder.
Anyone has this issue?
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