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 on: December 09, 2016, 05:43:04 AM 
Started by MrKaon - Last post by MrKaon
Hi
I could play 4K 2160p HEVC flawless but I am having trouble with HDR, looks to me blacks are not showing properly and colours are washed up:



Looks fine while playing on Film & TV app on Windows 10:




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 on: December 06, 2016, 02:55:54 PM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by senaker
Btw, I just tested the "USE MERIT" option myself. And of course it doesn't work either...

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 on: December 06, 2016, 02:51:59 PM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by Gormongous
Regardless, I appreciate your help! Looking around the internet, the overwhelming advice is "don't use WMP," but I was wondering if there were a more direct solution.

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 on: December 06, 2016, 01:45:40 PM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by senaker
I know Haali had a special vsfilter hack. And it seems my advice may have been straight out wrong:
http://www.cccp-project.net/forums/index.php?topic=6700.msg42909#msg42909
So setting XVID and DIVX to "USE MERIT" might actually be the way to go, not explicitly selecting LAV Video. The only other setting I know is vsfilter's load settings but they aren't format specific (only External/Web/Embedded) so it wouldn't explain why it works for some but not all files.

Sorry, maybe someone else can offer better advice. (I prefer MPC-HC)

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 on: December 06, 2016, 12:48:44 PM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by Gormongous
Already done! It makes no difference if I set the preferred filter to LAV Video, Microsoft, or merit. Disabling Windows Media Foundation also does nothing.

Just to reiterate: LAV Splitter launches with these files and is able to switch the audio stream. However, VSFilter doesn't launch with it, as in the green arrow doesn't appear, and subtitles do not display, even if I switch them using LAV Splitter. It's also worth pointing out that these files played fine with Haali Media Splitter, way back when, which makes me feel like the problem is something between LAV and WMP.

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 on: December 06, 2016, 09:51:11 AM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by senaker
Try to run a filter tweaker and set it to prefer LAV Splitter and LAV Video.
https://www.codecguide.com/windows7_preferred_filter_tweaker.htm

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 on: December 05, 2016, 09:07:03 PM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by Gormongous
I have no Divx software installed or anything else that could conceivably be interfering with decoding in WMP. I have reset settings, re-registered components, repaired installation, and reinstalled CCCP multiple times. VSFilter auto-launches on the problem files fine with MPC-HC, but not with WMP. Here's the output you asked for:

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Filters currently loaded:
  - Default DirectSound Device
  - Enhanced Video Renderer (custom presenter)
  - Audio Switcher
  - DirectVobSub (auto-loading version)
  - LAV Audio Decoder
  - LAV Video Decoder
  - LAV Splitter Source

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 on: December 05, 2016, 07:22:17 PM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by senaker
Do you have any DivX software installed? De-install it! Reset CCCP settings. In general I would recommend to use MPC-HC. Go into MPC-HC external filter settings, add LAV Video and set it to "prefer". During playback go "Play"->"Filters"->"Copy filters list to clipboard" and paste it here.

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 on: December 05, 2016, 04:46:18 PM 
Started by Gormongous - Last post by Gormongous
I'm running a fresh install of CCCP on Windows 7 64-bit with WMP. Twice now, in the past month, I've downloaded older files encoded by fansub group [a4e] that use some variant of the DX50 codec (Divx 5.1 or Divx5.2.1, for example). With all these files, VSFilter doesn't auto-launch and subtitles don't display. If I enable the icon for LAV Splitter to appear, I can select different audio tracks, but subtitles still don't display and selecting different ones (srt vs. vobsub) does nothing. Insurgent indicates that nothing's wrong and, interestingly, VSFilter does auto-launch when doing a test render with Insurgent, with all subtitle options visible and available, so it seems like there's something wrong with how LAV handles it. Here's the log from a test render:

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File: C:\Users\XXXX\Documents\[a4e]Boys_Over_Flowers\[a4e]Boys_Over_Flowers_01[divx5.2.1].mkv

Filter 0: Default DirectSound Device
Filename: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\quartz.dll
Filter CRC: F827FD7F
Date: 2016-06-14 | 09:21:34
Filter 1: Video Renderer
Filename: C:\Windows\SysWOW64\quartz.dll
Filter CRC: F827FD7F
Date: 2016-06-14 | 09:21:34
Filter 2: LAV Audio Decoder
Filename: C:\Program Files (x86)\Combined Community Codec Pack\Filters\LAVFilters\LAVAudio.ax
Filter CRC: 379D40FB
Date: 2015-10-04 | 21:11:22
Filter 3: DirectVobSub (auto-loading version)
Filename: C:\Program Files (x86)\Combined Community Codec Pack\Filters\VSFilter.dll
Filter CRC: AF62CEF3
Date: 2015-05-03 | 18:57:54
Filter 4: LAV Video Decoder
Filename: C:\Program Files (x86)\Combined Community Codec Pack\Filters\LAVFilters\LAVVideo.ax
Filter CRC: CE51BA78
Date: 2015-10-04 | 21:11:36
Filter 5: C:\Users\XXXX\Documents\[a4e]Boys_Over_Flowers\[a4e]Boys_Over_Flowers_01[divx5.2.1].mkv
Filename: C:\Program Files (x86)\Combined Community Codec Pack\Filters\LAVFilters\LAVSplitter.ax
Filter CRC: 7676E2E0
Date: 2015-10-04 | 21:11:24

Other files in the same release, after the group switched over to XVID and Divx6.2.2, load VSFilter fine. Also, VLC plays all the files fine, with subtitles, regardless of codec. I have already reset and reinstalled CCCP multiple times. I have issues with no other files.


EDIT: Correction, none of the Divx6.2.2-encoded files auto-launch VSFilter. The one that did, or so I thought, was mislabeled. It looks like there's a problem with DX50 as a whole.

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 on: December 03, 2016, 10:10:23 AM 
Started by sweetjellyfish - Last post by sweetjellyfish
Yay, thank you! The change in filter did it, but I also tried changing the sound from stereo to 5.1 on my audio driver and it did the trick as well.
Thanks a lot! <3

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