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 on: Today at 05:06:08 AM 
Started by emetgrogan - Last post by Marko88
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBipMHCUXjo

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 on: February 18, 2017, 10:18:24 AM 
Started by varxtis - Last post by varxtis
Recently I updated one of my computers OS from Win 7 to Win 10.
After which I installed all my usual drivers and "programs" (idk what CCCP is considered), and after having installed CCCP, I started watch my usual programs and movies and was blown away. I felt like I was watching it on a completely different and amazing computer. The videos are so incredibly smooth now that they almost look like they are running at 60fps. Now, on that computer, pretty much every component is at least 7-10 yrs old. So, I jump over to this computer, which was built less than 2 years ago with components that are meant for heavy video graphics design and editing (not professionally, just went overkill because I like to dabble and was tired of lag), updated CCCP, aaaand.... Nothing. Feels like it's skipping frames in comparison. Can anyone help me understand this and how to update this one.
We'll refer to the computer that's running video poorly as computer A
and the one running video smoothly as computer B

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 on: February 18, 2017, 06:08:02 AM 
Started by ace_boy2786 - Last post by tanstaafl
As Guest said, you only need those other tools if the audio or subtitle tracks aren't labeled correctly.  The tools mentioned allow you to correct the labels.

So as long as the videos on your playlist have correctly labeled audio and subtitle tracks, you shouldn't need to do anything extra once you set up the rules you want.

(My experience is that the tracks for the vast majority of anime I watch are labeled correctly and my selection rules work just fine.)

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 on: February 18, 2017, 04:42:42 AM 
Started by ace_boy2786 - Last post by wongkow
What do you mean by "other tools"? LAV is the default splitter of the CCCP package.

Other tools I mean is mkvtoolnix or a similar utility as said by Guest.

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 on: February 16, 2017, 05:58:08 AM 
Started by sinkingship - Last post by brokenleg
I am the leader of some kids who train slalom skiing and we have used video to help the youth to see what errors they make in their rides. It would be ideal to put a good race next to a little worse. I will try to use the technology in the way that I learned here.

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 on: February 15, 2017, 02:26:23 PM 
Started by ace_boy2786 - Last post by senaker
What do you mean by "other tools"? LAV is the default splitter of the CCCP package.

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 on: February 13, 2017, 02:23:53 AM 
Started by ace_boy2786 - Last post by wongkow
I don't know if there is a way to specify that in a playlist but you can set your preferred audio and subtitle language in the LAV splitter settings. When you use the advanced subtitle selection mode you can create quite complex selection rules to make sure the correct subtitles are automatically selected depending on audio language and availability of subtitles. Please read the manual of the advanced subtitle selection mode for examples of how to use it.

Then it doesn't matter if the Japanese or the English audio (or subtitle) track is first. If your rules are correct the only time this would fail is when the languages of audio and/or subtitle tracks are incorrectly tagged in a wrong language or not tagged at all. And if that is the case you can easily correct the tags with mkvtoolnix or a similar utility that allows you to manipulate this information inside .mkv containers without changing the actual streams.
Is there any other ways we can do it without use any other tools?

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 on: January 29, 2017, 10:11:54 AM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by Zyl
Imho CCCP is the only video codec pack in the world that matters. Your work on this is highly appreciated.

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 on: January 27, 2017, 08:35:35 PM 
Started by sinkingship - Last post by bdg2
I am a bit curious: how do you deal with the soundtracks when playing two or more videos at once?  Do you just mute the soundtracks for all but one video, or is it possible to split them up to go to two different outputs?
I think you could split them to two different outputs, but I can't see a convenient way to do it, I think you'd have to change the options on one player after you'd loaded up the other one.

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 on: January 26, 2017, 06:59:31 PM 
Started by Synthesis - Last post by Synthesis
From what I've read the app uses the Media Foundation framework while CCCP uses DirectShow. So there is no way for these two to interact.

That would certainly make sense if so--unfortunate, but obviously not CCCP's problem. If so I'll need to look into players a bit more suitable for touchscreen controls.

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