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 on: July 01, 2015, 07:51:56 PM 
Started by n99 - Last post by bdg2
a) I can't reproduce this.

b) You could always use backslashes.

 :tongue:

 2 
 on: July 01, 2015, 01:07:49 PM 
Started by Some guy (Real clever) - Last post by Xerxes
While playing the episode in MPC-HC click Play->Filters->LAV Video and untick "P010" and "P016" from the output formats.

If that does not help try searching the forum a bit for "green". It happens to a lot of people.

Thanks! It worked really well.
One question, could this affect the quality?

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 on: July 01, 2015, 11:03:25 AM 
Started by n99 - Last post by n99
Latest x64 Beta on W7SP1 x64.

Like Ctrl+O, then "C:/Test/file.avi" and Enter. Don't know if it's only the first slash or all of them.

 4 
 on: June 29, 2015, 09:34:50 PM 
Started by NowFooMe - Last post by Bl@ckIce
- did you tried to reset cccp settings ? maybe even uninstall/install it again ?

- it only crash with mpc-hc ? did you tried another player like vlc to see how it goes ?

- playing video on streaming is fine ? like on youtube ?

- could be cg driver related (driver crash without recovering, making your cg crash and your OS on the way out), did you tried updating it ?

- worse case scenario: could be hardware related, meaning your cg is starting his slow death.


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 on: June 29, 2015, 08:29:23 AM 
Started by Clubmeh - Last post by Jason
NOTE:  I did originally copy the text for the filename from themoviedb.org then pressed F2 to rename the newly created mp4 file and pasted the text.  So it's possible I had picked up a 'special character' when I selected the text from the website and this could have caused the problem in the first place.

 6 
 on: June 29, 2015, 08:22:52 AM 
Started by Clubmeh - Last post by Jason
I'm posting this here in case anyone comes looking for a possible solution.

I had just cropped and encoded a blu-ray rip to 1344x560 dimensions (2.40:1 native aspect) and muxed the video and audio into an MP4 container.  I named the file with the movie title followed by year of release, e.g. "Underworld- Rise of the Lycans (2009).mp4"

When I opened the file (windowed, not full screen) I couldn't understand why MPC was playing it back with black bars at the top and bottom when I had cropped these out.  The aspect ratio of the actual frame had also clearly been altered.  I checked the file properties and it was telling me the video had a 2:1 aspect ratio.  As there was never any aspect ratio specified during the encoding process I couldn't understand why MPC was applying one.  Bizarre.  So I tried a few things and eventually realised that MPC was somehow reading the "(2009)" from the filename and using this to change the aspect ratio.  Once I renamed the file without the year of release, the problem was solved.  What's even more bizarre is that I added back the "(2009)" to the filename but the problem didn't return.  Go figure!

 7 
 on: June 28, 2015, 09:40:37 AM 
Started by NowFooMe - Last post by NowFooMe
Problem is in the title. Literally don't know what to do since as long as its a video it always crashes.Please help

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 on: June 26, 2015, 05:22:10 AM 
Started by anime watcher - Last post by namaiki
If you want to drag and drop subtitles you need to enable MPC-HC's subtitle renderer. (View>Playback>Use built-in subtitle renderer)

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 on: June 26, 2015, 04:51:31 AM 
Started by anime watcher - Last post by anime watcher
Somehow this is a problem unique to loading anime with CCCP.

I find that when I watch anime with CCCP I am unable to load my own subtitles. Doing so makes MPC-HC recognize the subtitles as media and try to play it. I then get a black screen MPC-HC. This problem doesnt occur when watching non-anime media.

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 on: June 25, 2015, 05:33:04 AM 
Started by guest - Last post by namaiki
Maybe you will have some better performance if you use the EVR or System Default video renderers in MPC-HC (View-> Options-> Output).

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