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Old 31st January 2018, 00:33   #3401  |  Link
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thank you guys for your help.

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If only one movie has this problem, your best bet is probably to make a note of your current brightness and contrast settings on your TV/monitor, then start experimenting with the settings for playback of that particular movie.
I am seeing the issue with some content and maybe it's also a matter of personal preference. My projector is calibrated, I am not going to play with the brightness to dim the subtitles!
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Old 24th February 2018, 23:04   #3402  |  Link
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MPC-HC 1.7.13.1 Build 2017-07-17

IT IS FUCKING ALIVE!


Changelog:
* UPDATE: LAV Filters 0.70.2.3
* BUGFIX: OpenSubtitles seach failed for unicode filenames
* BUGFIX: Prevent crash for ASS subtitles with invalid (too high) blur values
* BUGFIX: Fixed DPI scaling of non-client areas in main window, if moving from screens with different DPI.
* ENHANCEMENT: Now uses external MediaInfo DLL. Allows manual updating.
* ENHANCEMENT: Now has the ability to use an externally installed copy of LAV Filters as its internal filters (if the LAVFilters subfolder is not present).
This means less duplication for those who use both. It also makes manually updating easier.
The main difference between using an internal LAV instance or an external instance, is that settings are stored in a different Registry key.
* ENHANCEMENT: Automatic encoding option for saving playlists. Uses UTF8 encoding when applicable.
* ENHANCEMENT: Split internal MPEG source filter option into a PS and TS variant.
* CHANGE: Removed DrDump crash reporter and replaced it with an error dialog that shows crash details.
* CHANGE: Option "Reinitialize when changing display" is now enabled by default.
* CHANGE: Removed an unnecessary Windows API hook. (Might fix an compatibility issue with F-Secure.)
* CHANGE: Sprinkled with fairy dust and pure awesomeness

Download:
x64 (SHA256 = d640a70d78ed29828ad29a91393b53b2f429a3964d01819a3476f8440fab0c1b)
x86 (SHA256 = 9bb760df1ff4509ef5e5e974e178ff641f2580e7b22c55ac21153a888172d5b7)
(no installer, just extract and overwrite your existing files)
(proper host coming soon)

Hi, the x86 link for this build is dead - would someone be willing to re-up it?

It would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 24th February 2018, 23:09   #3403  |  Link
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Or you could switch to v1.7.14+ ... (now v1.7.15)

Downloads are in clsid's github releases.
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Old 24th February 2018, 23:31   #3404  |  Link
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Or you could switch to v1.7.14+ ... (now v1.7.15)

Downloads are in clsid's github releases.

Thanks @LigH, that's good info but I was interested in this build with regard to your post on the LAV Filters - DirectShow Media Splitter and Decoders thread - for reference:

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Just as "anchor":

Officially, the last stable release supporting XP was v0.70.2...

There was a link to Aleksoid1978's diff to 0.70.2.1 with experimental CUVID H.265 10-bit decoding.

And clsid published MPC-HC 1.7.13.1 incl. a patched LAV Filters 0.70.2.3.

From there, the thread kept derailing over and over.

Any chance on someone being willing to make it available?
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Old 24th February 2018, 23:34   #3405  |  Link
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1.7.15 has even more updated LAV. So just use 1.7.15.
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Old 25th February 2018, 10:31   #3406  |  Link
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could anyone, make patches for my changes in mpc hc?
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Old 4th March 2018, 21:40   #3407  |  Link
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Why is MPC-HC better at playing streams/videos located on the Internet than MPC-BE? Shouldn't MPC-BE be as good or better than MPC-HC when it comes to playing them?
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Old 8th April 2018, 10:26   #3408  |  Link
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Quick question: is the Sanear audio renderer (a.k.a the internal MPC-HC audio renderer) capable of locking onto the video clock and doing on-the-fly audio speed adjustment (resampling), just like ReClock? I'm reading conflicting things on the subject. If yes, how do I configure this feature?
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Old 8th April 2018, 11:30   #3409  |  Link
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it's a planned feature.
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Old 8th April 2018, 12:52   #3410  |  Link
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Is anyone still developing Sanaer? The last commit I see on the author's github is over 2 years old.
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Old 8th April 2018, 13:41   #3411  |  Link
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Nah, it's stalled.
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Old 8th April 2018, 14:07   #3412  |  Link
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Use Madvr to create an optimized custom refresh rate. Boom, problem solved. Once done, you can switch back to EVR if desired.

Need to undo PAL speedup? That's already possible as well. Set "speed step" in MPC-HC options to 4%. Also use internal audio renderer. Then just click the decrease speed button once to reduce playback rate from 25 to 24fps. Audio is resampled with pitch correction by the audio renderer.
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Old 8th April 2018, 14:37   #3413  |  Link
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it's a planned feature.
Is it still planned? Is anybody working on it?
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Old 8th April 2018, 18:01   #3414  |  Link
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Need to undo PAL speedup? That's already possible as well. Set "speed step" in MPC-HC options to 4%. Also use internal audio renderer. Then just click the decrease speed button once to reduce playback rate from 25 to 24fps. Audio is resampled with pitch correction by the audio renderer.
Though often authoring houses did a PAL speedup without keeping pitch so you'd not want pitch correction.


Btw, I had some troubles with Sanaer and such speedups/speeddowns in the past with stretched audio in mkv. The video would stutter (with EVR-CP and madvr) or there would be stutter/dropouts in the audio. The default renderer works better for me (I don't need wasapi or bitstreaming, but the mentioned pitch correction could be useful). I never came around doing a proper bug report but then again it is not being actively developed anyways ..
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Old 9th April 2018, 06:57   #3415  |  Link
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Add/remove buttons on MPC-HC toolbar?

I've found a lot of info on skinning the existing toolbar, but I want to change the buttons - specifically:
  • remove speed buttons
  • add jump forward/backward buttons
  • add playlist toggle button

Does anyone know how to do this?
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Old 9th April 2018, 10:41   #3416  |  Link
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My default player on Windows! Great program! Besides, I use IINA on mac, how about yours?
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Old 9th April 2018, 15:52   #3417  |  Link
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Use Madvr to create an optimized custom refresh rate.
Well, I don't think the case is as clear cut as you make it sound:

Audio resampling cons: no bitstreaming; requires software support from the player.

Custom mode cons: TV compatibility issues with back porch tweaking; requires a tedious set-up phase for every refresh rate; has to be set up again if the hardware changes (e.g. switching to a different audio output); subject to all kinds of weird GPU driver bugs.

I think there's still a market for audio resampling IMHO, if only because it's way more user-friendly.
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Old 9th April 2018, 16:15   #3418  |  Link
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if i could program i would do it myself think it's very useful.

so i a. learn programming and do it my self or b. shut up.
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Old 20th April 2018, 08:07   #3419  |  Link
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Is there a way to keep notification popups from popping up over the video while windowed fullscreen, short of switching to FSE or disabling them entirely?
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Old 20th April 2018, 21:16   #3420  |  Link
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windows 10? no they will even popup on FSE. you have to disable the notification center to make sure nothing will interrupt playback.
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