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Old 31st May 2007, 14:27   #281  |  Link
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http://tibrium.neuf.fr = error404

Seems tha website its down, anyone can provide a link for the last version?
All MPC Homecinema downloads are hosted on SourceForge:
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Does anyone know a nice 16->255 converter shader? MPC's procamp doesn't work on my system. I would like to test it with EVR custom.
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At Sourceforge daily builds are not available, like 1072 version, where can we get them, as .fr page is unavailable?
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I uploaded it here :
http://www.etud.insa-toulouse.fr/~mv...hc-1.0.7.2.zip
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At Sourceforge daily builds are not available, like 1072 version, where can we get them, as .fr page is unavailable?
Maybe I could make a setup out of it and host a mirror...
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Old 31st May 2007, 16:22   #286  |  Link
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http://www.detritus.qc.ca/files/mpchc/mpchc_1072.exe (2.79MB)

Includes:
MPC HC 1.0.7.2
XviD DShow Decoder 1.1.2 final

So you are free to use ffdshow, cyberlink, coreavc or the decoder of your choice for H264
MPC and XviD settings are at default, don't forget to configure them!
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Old 31st May 2007, 20:46   #287  |  Link
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@chros & JarrettH, if your replies were to my query, then I already know that libmpeg2 can do all MPEG streams & in ffdshow it's multithreaded.
But my query was about MPC's internal MPEG-1 Decoder. Why it's tooltip says that "mpeg1 video decoding is bogus"???
Changing the subjetct a little... I think that the only problem with FFDShow MPEG decoder is that it can't know when a video is interlaced or not, so you must keep 'Deinterlacing' enable all the time (not good, I know) or enable only when you see the 'empty lines' cutting all the frames, hehehe. MPC MPEG internal decoder, in the other side, seems to know when a video is interlaced if you set the decoder to 'Auto'. BTW, for DVDs I can't use 'libavcodec' because it stutters too much. Libmpeg2 do the work perfectly.
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Release 1.0.8.0 is now available on SourceForge (my site is still down ) :
http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...ease_id=512588

Fix all this points :

- Fixed : jitter test did not display on some files
- Fixed : crash if display statistics when d3dx9_29.dll was not present
- Fixed : crash possible with OSD when closing file
- Fixed : kick off power option screen saver with Vista (if MPC have focus only)
- Fixed : DVD menu freeze with EVR custom and nVidia Pure Video decoder on Windows XP
- Fixed : clic to play not working at the bottom of video
- Fixed : MKV internal subtitles did not displayed from time to time
- Fixed : in EVR custom presenter with dual display, video disapeared when moving MPC on other screen
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Does anyone know a nice 16->255 converter shader? MPC's procamp doesn't work on my system. I would like to test it with EVR custom.
Aha, new shader :P

Well as i tested it, it seems to be a shader which does identity transform for now. But you can tweak brightness/constrast constants to approximate TV->PC range conversion.

In that shader (use Edit from menu), find constants definition lines and change two of them into
#define Brightness -0.08
#define Contrast 1.15

Profit! :P does conversion with high speed here, not slowing down main CPU. So if someone does proper conversion on shaders, it is gonna be fast indeed.
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Thanks for the release!

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http://www.detritus.qc.ca/files/mpchc/mpchc_1080.exe
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VMR9 + YUV Mixing is borked in your build Casimir666

drevill_xxl's mpc build VMR9 + YUV Mixing (normal)

Casimir666's build VMR9 + YUV Mixing (everything is blue and yellowish)
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look at your WMR9 color tunings. seems hue value <> 0.
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Old 31st May 2007, 23:44   #293  |  Link
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thanks for the release i will try it out as soon as i can.
Any luck on the dxva 2.0 thing and EVR custom because on the previous version it was not working.
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thanks for the release i will try it out as soon as i can.
Any luck on the dxva 2.0 thing and EVR custom because on the previous version it was not working.
Not fixed yet
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about still say 1.0.7.0
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look at your WMR9 color tunings. seems hue value <> 0.
This only seems to happen with Casimir666's build when YUV Mixing is enabled. If I disable YUV mixing everything is fine.
Now its showing up as B&W with YUV mixing enabled...

Edit: I did some further testing and it seems the bug was introduced in 1.0.7.0 because 1.0.6.0 is fine.

Edit2: It seems if I use the mplayerc.ini from mplayerc_homecinema_v1.0.6.0.zip with 1.0.8.0 I don't have the problem. The mplayerc.ini from 1.0.7.0 results in blue and yellow colors. For 1.0.8.0 which doesn't have an mplayerc.ini bundled with it the picture is black and white.

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What is YUV mixing for? the M$ page just seemed to describe it as something that would benefit old cards with low amounts of memory.
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What is YUV mixing for? the M$ page just seemed to describe it as something that would benefit old cards with low amounts of memory.
maybe VMR9 is usualy doing a conversion to RGB...
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By the way i went from powerdvd 7.3.2605 to 7.3.2911 and i got black screen on all players(powerdvd,wmp 11,mpc,zoom) using cyberlink decoder and dxva 2.0 and i went back to 2605 anybody else having the same problem??
See here for info
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Do you have any idea why the video is stoping for a milisecond (micro lag) when opening the OSD Slidebar (same for MPC's normal Slidebar) ?
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Why is it d3dx9_29.dll?
What if I put d3dx9_31.dll?

If not there it will automatically look in the system folder?
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