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Old 13th August 2009, 22:00   #9121  |  Link
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@ikarad,
There is no point in repeating your bug reports over and over again. You will just have to wait and be patient.

You can monitor the changelog here:
http://mpc-hc.svn.sourceforge.net/vi...c-hc/?view=log
If the log does not mention anything about those bugs, then it means they have not yet been fixed.
I repeat just because in one of the problem there is a 7 GB sample and I have uploaded this sample two months ago. although, soon, files will disappeared. And to upload this sample, it's two weeks with my connection.

And with this problem I can't use a little sample.
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Old 13th August 2009, 22:50   #9122  |  Link
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you can upload files up to 2 gigs on this host: http://www.depositfiles.com/en/#

but a sample shouldn't be more than 100mb IMHO
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This is a dialog "Properties -> Mediainfo"? If so, I already saw this in new builds since xvidvideo.ru went on vacation...
I made support long time ago - but commit to svn only now;
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1230:
http://aleksoid.tosei.ru/Dist/MPCHC_1230_x86.7z
http://aleksoid.tosei.ru/Dist/MPCHC_1230_x64.7z

standalone filters:
http://aleksoid.tosei.ru/Dist/Filter...rs_1230_x86.7z
http://aleksoid.tosei.ru/Dist/Filter...rs_1230_x64.7z

changelog:
Fixed : broken "Lauch files in fullscreen" in rev 1222;
Fix : crash on malformed AAC streams;
ADD : Support MediaInfo.dll;
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There's a change in the way open file works that I think should be reverted to the old behavior.

When I select File > Open file..., if I select a file from the recent list and click Browse, MPC used to open the directory that file resides in. e.g., if I choose a file called "D:\video\home\cat.avi" from the recent drop down list, then when I click Browse it will open at the d:\video\home\ directory. This behavior makes sense.

However, now MPC always opens at the last directory that I opened a file from. Since it's always possible to go to the last used directory by File > Quick open file..., I think this behavior is not only redundant but takes away a functionality that is both convenient and logical. I'd like to see this revert to the previous behavior. Hope this makes sense.

Btw, I am using windows 7. I don't know if this is a windows 7 issue or a change in MPC.
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Btw, I am using windows 7. I don't know if this is a windows 7 issue or a change in MPC.
Might be related to Win 7, I noticed different file browser behavior in my applications switching from XP to Win 7. Why not try a older MPC build to find out?

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Windows rememer path for OPenFileDialog for current app, that's all.
MPCHC don't remember path for open files.
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How can i use the standalone filters?

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How can i use the standalone filters?
regsvr32 <filename.ax>
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Should we add mediainfo lib to mpc-hc?
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Old 14th August 2009, 07:28   #9132  |  Link
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Should we add mediainfo lib to mpc-hc?
i think we should
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Sync video ok, DXVA on - but green atrefact on screen;

I have the same Problem with all 12xx Builds. With 11xx Builds working fine.
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you can upload files up to 2 gigs on this host: http://www.depositfiles.com/en/#

but a sample shouldn't be more than 100mb IMHO
thanks but it's the only solution to show the problem with subtitle.
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thanks but it's the only solution to show the problem with subtitle.
Casimir has your sample already. (the first time you posted it)
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MPC-hc seems to display my avisynth error message incorrectly. The problem isn't present in WMP or graphedit.
Here's more details (crosspost).
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Old 14th August 2009, 11:26   #9137  |  Link
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Instead of adding the 1 MB mediainfo.dll, maybe it could be linked statically? Then it would add only a few hundred KB.
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Casimir has your sample already. (the first time you posted it)
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Instead of adding the 1 MB mediainfo.dll, maybe it could be linked statically? Then it would add only a few hundred KB.
It's bad idea. As now - you can install MediaInfo.dll from developers site(it's copy to %WINDIR%\System32) and don't need in MPC folder. if MediaInfo.dll update - copy and all.

If link static - need add many source to project, and update sometimes.
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It's bad idea. As now - you can install MediaInfo.dll from developers site(it's copy to %WINDIR%\System32) and don't need in MPC folder. if MediaInfo.dll update - copy and all.

If link static - need add many source to project, and update sometimes.
Doesn't make sense to me. In this case, why not do that for all internal libraries ? MediaInfo library needs zlib (already in mpc-hc project) and zenlib. That's all. and I'm pretty sure that some internal libs used by mpc-hc are bigger than mediainfo.
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