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 on: Today at 04:24:44 PM 
Started by StephenSa - Last post by StephenSa
Компания «Помощь студентам» действует в мире образовательных услуг с 2003 года. Мы ставим нашей высшей целью способствовать студентам в Санкт-Петербурге и прочих городах страны, в один клик, на отлично и безупречно решать сложные академические проблемы.
Мы выполняем поставленные задачи самой разной сложности: от обыкновенного реферата до сложной дипломной работы. Мы регулярно сотрудничаем с высшими учебными завдениями и хорошо ориентируемся какие правила выполнения ставятся образовательными учреждениями к качественному выполнению и виду студенческих работ. Мы оказываем профессиональную услугу и многие из них оказываются нашими клиентами на протяжении всего времени обучения.
 У нас сделать заказ на контрольные работы заочникам несложно, быстро и приемлемо. Отчет по практике мы всегда пишем и оформляем согласно требуемым правилам в договоренный период. Курсвые и дипломные работы на самую разную тему делаем на высоком высокопрофессиональном уровне. А переводы текстов на английский мы делаем на уровне безупречных экспертов в  языковедении.
Мы используем нестандартный подход к каждому студенту и потому вы можете быть твердо уверенными в том, что ваша работа будет выполнена на должном уровне, профессионально, в обусловленный срок и по демократичной цене.
оставляйте заявку и результат превысит все ваши надежды.

 on: March 25, 2015, 08:57:46 PM 
Started by n99 - Last post by n99
..the 10bit playback bug as described in

 on: March 25, 2015, 07:44:45 PM 
Started by Zeiro - Last post by namaiki
Just keep Aero on. It is the way to go if you don't want to lose your hair (as long as you are playing video on your single or primary monitor).

 on: March 25, 2015, 02:57:28 PM 
Started by Zeiro - Last post by bdg2
That seems very weird, I've seen video playback  programs that tell be I should disable Aero for maximum performance.

 on: March 25, 2015, 11:10:49 AM 
Started by Zeiro - Last post by Zeiro
Thanks, that seems to have fixed the problem the screen tearing (and apparently, the stutter, too). It's too counter intuitive that Aero could affect video playback. -___-

I haven't checked about the "permanent" screen tearing (can't remember where I encountered that and need to sleep soon). Hopefully, it's gone, too.

Also, just to ask, is there even a solution that doesn't need enabling Aero? Aero is the lesser evil compared to playback problems, but I'd take a shot at it if there's another way.

 on: March 25, 2015, 10:16:25 AM 
Started by Zeiro - Last post by namaiki
Preferably enable Windows Aero and that will get rid of screen tearing with a single screen.

 on: March 25, 2015, 10:09:10 AM 
Started by Zeiro - Last post by Zeiro
I have been using Windows 7 Basic theme for a while now (I think that disables all of Aero) and Win+Tab doesn't work.

Only one screen.

It was on EVR thatl I encountered the "permanent" screen tearing, as well as more normal screen tearing.

 on: March 25, 2015, 09:47:26 AM 
Started by Zeiro - Last post by namaiki
Is Aero enabled? (Press Windows Key + Tab. Do all of the open windows do a 3D flip?)

How many screens are connected to your computer?

Also, for Windows 7 preferably stick with either of the EVR renderers in MPC-HC.

 on: March 25, 2015, 09:05:52 AM 
Started by Zeiro - Last post by Zeiro
So I got a new PC, and installed the latest CCCP.

Current PC specs
Intel i3-4600 (3.6GHz dual-core)
iGPU (Intel HD 4400; using latest divers as per Windows Update)
Windows 7 (64bit)
Latest stable CCCP
(OS is in 128 GB Crucial M550 SSD)
(File is in a 7200 RPM HDD connected via SATA 3)

My previous PC was
Intel Core2Duo E4600(?) (2.4GHz dual core)
iGPU (can't remember but it was really shitty)
Windows XP SP3 (32bit)
some older version of CCCP + xy-VSFilter, I think?
(OS and File is in 7200 RPM HDD connected via SATA 2)

Windows 7 installation is still somewhat fresh (CCCP is the only codec pack I installed).

I have problems:

1. I am having "permanent" screen tearing on some anime video (when the camera is moving upwards, a small upper part of the video appears screen-teared for the whole scene).

2. Really heavy "stuttering" in some 60fps video (sometimes even 30fps ones)

3. Screen tearing if the stuttering in 2 is not present. These are unlike 1 which seems "permanent" (for the scene at least).

I never had these problem in my older system. Even with 1080, 60FPS videos. I mean, there's a "problem" of my CPU not being able to keep up (video is played at "slowmotion" due to being too weak), I at least didn't suffer screen tearing or stuttering that's one step from becoming epilepsy.

One really weird thing is that I have a low CPU usage compared to the older system. Some of those 1080/60FPS videos were gobbling up an entire core, while in my current PC I only use 20% across the CPUs. Task manager tells me 5~7% were from Firefox so that makes it 10~15% for playback, which is way lower than what I am expecting.

I tried various renderers but still had problem here and there. Fiddled with the settings, reset CCCP settings.

I changed the name of the video file the logs (due to reasons), but it is downloaded from nicodouga(some sort Japanese youtube) with Video DownloadHelper.

For the sake of it, I also tried to do playback with Chrome, Firefox and Palemoon. All had various levels of screen tearing (but no stutter). But none of them were as smooth as I remember the playback 2~3 weeks ago in my old system.

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 on: March 20, 2015, 10:32:28 PM 
Started by Kid-Wolf - Last post by Kid-Wolf
Yeah that's what I originally thought, and yes it most likely was an incomplete torrent that got up on one of those ddl sites.

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