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Old 9th November 2015, 18:14   #3781  |  Link
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Did someone try MPDN with Wine on linux ? Did it worked ?
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Old 9th November 2015, 22:44   #3782  |  Link
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I'm having major difficulty installing this.

I downloaded the certificate and the installer, and I ran the certificate install bat file first (as Admin), all seemed fine. When I click the installer it just freezes up my explorer. The install circle just turns and the PC needs to be reset so I can delete the file. I've tried this about five times now using both 64 and 86 versions and both do the same thing.

I'm on Windows 10, any help appreciated.

EDIT - Disabled Windows Smartscreen too as despite installing the certificate the installer was still telling me the program is unrecognised. Same problem. Soon as I click the installer or run as Admin it just shows the loading circle and freezes that particular window.

EDIT 2 - Downloaded the portable version and despite giving me the warning about it being an unknown program, it opens. I don't get why the installer isn't working though... Back to MPC-HC for the time being.

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Old 10th November 2015, 01:46   #3783  |  Link
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I downloaded the certificate and the installer, and I ran the certificate install bat file first (as Admin), all seemed fine. When I click the installer it just freezes up my explorer. The install circle just turns and the PC needs to be reset so I can delete the file. I've tried this about five times now using both 64 and 86 versions and both do the same thing.

I'm on Windows 10, any help appreciated.
Sounds like a bug in your virus scanner locking up.
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Old 10th November 2015, 10:38   #3784  |  Link
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is this program able to replace madvr+mpc? id like to switch over if i can get everything in 64 bit atm reclock and svp are holding me back would this program be the one to succeed?
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Old 10th November 2015, 19:18   #3785  |  Link
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Sounds like a bug in your virus scanner locking up.
You're a star, disabled Avast, installed the player.

I'm sure I disabled it when I did a clean boot, anyway, many thanks! :-)
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Old 11th November 2015, 03:48   #3786  |  Link
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RAR files and DVD

The latest MPDN Extensions (v1.24.0) adds basic support for RAR archives and DVD.

You can now play from RAR archives directly without having to unpack them. Note that it only supports RAR archives created using the 'store' method (i.e. no compression). The filter was compiled straight from http://www.v12pwr.com/RARFileSource/.

As for playing DVD, you should now be able to open VTS_xx_0.IFO files in DVD\VIDEO_TS folder. As I hardly ever play DVDs, this is probably as far as I would support it in MPDN.

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Old 11th November 2015, 03:50   #3787  |  Link
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is this program able to replace madvr+mpc? id like to switch over if i can get everything in 64 bit atm reclock and svp are holding me back would this program be the one to succeed?
MPDN has full replacement for reclock (in fact it has 2 different methods) but you'll have to find out if SVP even runs under 64-bit.
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Old 11th November 2015, 12:12   #3788  |  Link
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MPDN has full replacement for reclock (in fact it has 2 different methods) but you'll have to find out if SVP even runs under 64-bit.
oh wow thats actually great in mpc i just need to set external filter to ffdshow raw and svp works so i will try it soon

my last query im wondering is in MPC there is a feature for capture which i hope to use in future my idea is to capture with a capture card then let my pc process it with my media player this feature currently has me sticking to mpc but 64 bit would be a bit less taxing on my poor laptop

the feature im speaking of is:

http://www.dropbox.com/s/gcz8y6mlign...2011.09.29.png

in this screenshot i have linked does mpdn have a similar function?

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Old 12th November 2015, 02:45   #3789  |  Link
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the feature im speaking of is:

http://www.dropbox.com/s/gcz8y6mlign...2011.09.29.png

in this screenshot i have linked does mpdn have a similar function?
No. That feature could be added via player extension, but no one has contributed such an extension yet.
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Old 12th November 2015, 06:51   #3790  |  Link
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ryrynz, are you using the same LAV settings/version for MPDN as with other players?
Yes, I install LAV separately (running latest nightly)

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I still haven't been able to replicate any problems with audio playing while video waits regardless of how much I tried seeking back and forth and I've tested it on several machines already. Perhaps it's related to certain video files?
I can duplicate it on just about every file I test. The delay can be up to six seconds long, all previous seeking up until that point is as fast as I'd expect.
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Old 12th November 2015, 07:53   #3791  |  Link
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I've tried it in 4 different PCs now to no avail. What exactly do you have to do to reproduce the problem?
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Old 12th November 2015, 12:37   #3792  |  Link
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I've tried it in 4 different PCs now to no avail. What exactly do you have to do to reproduce the problem?
Hmm, I seek forwards say five or ten odd times then seek backwards a few times, then forwards again then backwards more etc.
I do it fairly quickly too basically trying to force it to freeze, it's not something anyone would do in normal operation of the player.
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Old 17th November 2015, 04:12   #3793  |  Link
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Hmm, I seek forwards say five or ten odd times then seek backwards a few times, then forwards again then backwards more etc.
I do it fairly quickly too basically trying to force it to freeze, it's not something anyone would do in normal operation of the player.
I managed to replicate some sort of bug which may not be the same one but certainly caused the player to freeze using your method. When it freezes though, it doesn't continue unlike what you're seeing.
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I managed to replicate some sort of bug
Cool, will try the next test build.
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Cool, will try the next test build.
It's available now.
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It's available now.
Oh sneaky.. you did a proper release.
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Old 17th November 2015, 08:01   #3797  |  Link
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Oh sneaky.. you did a proper release.
Yeah it fixes a bug anyway even if it's not the one you encountered.
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Yeah it fixes a bug anyway even if it's not the one you encountered.

I thought you might've fixed it there.. but nah. Just had it pause for a few seconds, took me a little while longer than usual for it to happen. I pretty sure it always happens on a backwards seek.
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I thought you might've fixed it there.. but nah. Just had it pause for a few seconds, took me a little while longer than usual for it to happen. I pretty sure it always happens on a backwards seek.
I've tested this latest version on all the machines I have access to. I tried seeking forwards over 10 times and then go backwards in rapid succession. I tried repeating this for at least half an hour each on the different machines but I've not managed to replicate the issue. There must be something else that's causing the bug to manifest itself on your setup.
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There must be something else that's causing the bug to manifest itself on your setup.
I've managed to replicate it on both my machines W7-Intel & a W10-Nvidia with different content. I'll install a fresh copy on one or two of the laptops at work and see if I can duplicate it on one of those as well.
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