So I want to watch movies on a VR headset, but I want the audio to still come thru my surround sound. Is there a tutorial on how to do this somewhere?
I haven't bought a headset yet, so feel free to recommend one that will be capable of doing this.
- March 29, 2017, 10:18:57 AM
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on: March 28, 2017, 03:22:33 AM
|Started by w00b3r - Last post by w00b3r|
on: March 19, 2017, 07:17:39 PM
|Started by blitzmach - Last post by namaiki|
Enable MPC-HC internal subtitle renderer: View-> Options-> Playback-> Auto-load subtitles (make sure that you are using a supported video renderer. evr-cp is acceptable.). Possibly install xysubfilter.
on: March 16, 2017, 12:57:14 PM
|Started by blitzmach - Last post by blitzmach|
I wanna ask something about subtitle resolution. I have recently reinstalled Windows on my laptop and it my previous installation of CCCP and its settings are gone. I'm a rather picky person when it comes to quality, so I played with CCCP configurations until the subtitles on MKV files (I use MPC-HC and CCCP mainly for watching fansubbed anime) still look sharp even after I go fullscreen. My monitor's resolution is 1920x1080 but I mostly watch 720p anime and before I played with the settings whenever I go fullscreen the subtitles would look rather blurry, kind of zoomed-in. Now, I have reinstalled CCCP again and it seems that I can't remember how to set the configurations so that the subtitles will look sharp in fullscreen.
I have read some guides and played with the filters, internal subtitle renderer on MPC-HC, etc, and nothing works but one: the only way to make the subtitles look sharp is to double the resolution in DirectVobsub settings. It works fine, but the problem is it will play my 720p videos like they're 1080p so my whole monitor is covered. Again, I'm a picky person and sometimes I don't want to watch in fullscreen, but it seems that I cannot resize my MPC-HC window to 720p anymore.
It's been bugging me for a while. I really forgot my settings back then, and it looks like I downloaded a bunch of files in the past (you know, out of curiosity) and I don't know which one that caused the sub to look sharp.
The subtitles are mainly ass/ssa. Tried to change the resolution in MPC-HC internal subtitle renderer settings but it didn't work. Anyone can help me? Any help is appreciated!
(sorry if my English sounds weird. Not a native.)
on: March 16, 2017, 05:14:01 AM
|Started by heavyoak - Last post by ethanwilson|
i also prefer CCCP in my Android phone.
on: March 14, 2017, 08:13:11 PM
|Started by Rip DVD - Last post by Rip DVD|
Do you want to watch the DVD movies on your tablet, smartphone, or portable media player? However, none of those gadgets have optical drives, you can’t put any of your DVDs into them. Although new disc releases with Digital Copy come with one free digital version of the movie, you need some outside help for dealing with DVDs that were released before Digital Copy became mainstream.
Here’s how to use the HandBrake application to rip copies of your DVDs into whatever format you like, so you can play the movies wherever and however you want.
HandBrake is a free tool which comes with plenty of features for beginners and intermediate users alike. This free cross platform, open source program can convert a DVD into formats such as MP4, MKV, AVI or OGM that can be played on your PC, Mac, Linux box, iPod, PSP, Apple TV, Television, iPhone, or mobile phone. Just follow this guide.
Step1. Download and install Handbrake
To get started you’ll have to install the software. At the time of writing the software was up to version 1.0.4 and available free at the HandBrake Web site. Once installed open the HandBrake application. The application should default to a simple interface like the screenshot below.
Step 2. Load DVD Movies
After launching HandBrake, you can open the drop-down menu of “Source”, then click “Open Folder” option to load DVD movie from computer hard drive. If you want to load DVD movie from disc, please make the disc inserted into computer DVD drive firstly then click “Source” button to do the disc loading.
Tips: When handbrake finishes the DVD loading, you can click “Title” drop-down button under “Source” section to choose the title you want to rip. If you hope to rip the main movie, just select the title with the longest run time. Otherwise, you might end up with a rip of the preview or the DVD menu, but not the actual movie. Generally, the program will select the main movie for output by default.
Step 3. Set Output Destination
Under “Destination” option, you can click “Browse” button to navigate to where you want to save the output file, and meanwhile type in a file name in the pop-up menu. Then, click “OK”.
Step 4. Choose Output Profile
Under “Output Settings” section, you can choose desired output format (MP4 or MKV) from “Container” box. If needed, you can do some settings under “Picture”, “Filters”, “Video”, “Audio”, “Subtitles”, “Chapters” and “Advanced” sections.
Tips: HandBrake offers some handy presets on the right side of the main interface.
Step 5. Rip DVD with HandBrake
When done with all settings, you can click “Start” button on program top menu bar to start to convert DVD with HandBrake. Then full process of ripping DVD with HandBrake can be checked at the bottom of program interface.
The conversion time depends on your original video length, output video settings, you CPU, etc. During the conversion, you can stop or pause the process at any time you like. After the conversion, Handbrake will show you a window saying that your Handbrake queue is done.
However, as a free DVD ripper and video converter, Handbrake has some limitations, for instance, it cannot rip encrypted DVD movies without the help of third party software and the output video formats are refined to MP4 and MKV.
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1. Load DVD disc
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For more details, Windows user please turn to this page, Mac user please turn to this page.You may interested in:
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on: March 11, 2017, 10:26:22 AM
|Started by slayer - Last post by slayer|
on: March 09, 2017, 08:16:19 PM
|Started by LordMatsu - Last post by bdg2|
Try and check whether the version of WMP you are using and the version of CCCP you have installed have the same "bitness".
If one is 32 bit and the other is 64 bit they will not work together.
I haven't checked on Windows 8 but on 64 bit Windows 7 the WMP shortcuts they give you in the start menu and on the desktop all point to the 32 bit WMP by default but there is a 64 bit WMP around, it's in "C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player" while the 32 bit one is in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Media Player".
Also you can install both the 32 bit CCCP and 64 bit CCCP at the same time if you just want all players to be able to use CCCP codecs. Though it can be a bit confusing if you like to tweak the settings since there are two sets of settings.
If do install both I suggest you only install the 64 bit MPC since it uses the 64 bit CCCP codecs which are significantly faster than the 32 bit ones. (I mean install the complete 64 bit CCCP but just the codecs in 32 bit CCCP)
on: March 09, 2017, 06:51:34 PM
|Started by LordMatsu - Last post by ZeddBread|
I understand what you're going through, but you have to give MPC a chance.
I used to use WMP all the time on Windows 7 until i realized the incomparable potential that MPC has as a media player.
MKV files aren't just video files, they are a container/folder-like codec that is packed with multimedia files.
It can store more than one video track and more than one audio track.
Each audio and video track could be different languages or (rarely) different codecs.
Video 1 - Deadpool_2016_English.h264 <- This would be the video with English titles
Video 2 - Deadpool_2016_French.h264 <- and this one is the same but with French titles
Audio 1 - Deadpool_2016_English.ac3 <- English Audio with AC3 codec
Audio 2 - Deadpool_2016_French.ac3 <- French Audio with AC3 codec
Audio 3 - Deadpool_2016_English.dts <- English Audio with DTS codec
Audio 4 - Deadpool_2016_French.dts <- French Audio with DTS codec
Now it could be that Windows 10 can't play a certain codec or just simply doesn't have the decoder installed.
Try playing around with MPC and it's settings and see if you like it.
on: March 06, 2017, 02:18:29 AM
|Started by LordMatsu - Last post by LordMatsu|
I can playback in MPC-HC but I can't in WMP. I really just like WMP. I've always used WMP and I can still watch anime on my Win8 computer but my Win10 WMP doesn't want to work.
on: March 02, 2017, 11:12:15 PM
|Started by jpyumul - Last post by Anonymous|
Hm. I just tested it with videos and mp3s, and apparently, it works on videos, but not on mp3s. I clearly remember it working on all media types on a different computer with mpc-hc. Is there any way to make it work on all media types instead of just video types?