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 on: November 13, 2015, 10:54:44 AM 
Started by MikhailCompo - Last post by MikhailCompo
HW decoding seems to be totally disabled? I cannot get any HW decoding on any file I try?

 on: November 13, 2015, 10:49:27 AM 
Started by MikhailCompo - Last post by MikhailCompo
Using the file below as an example, my CPU is maxed out on my main PC Core i5 3.8GHz with a GTX 960, i have tried each different HW accelerator, with the same result, the file is not smooth.!7oFiiY4L!qC6HuWoIw9JXGUcWCsBzV4-DIhsJvUnFGe-WM6w0hww

 on: November 12, 2015, 07:11:21 PM 
Started by MikhailCompo - Last post by bdg2
Use the 64 bit version if you can. (I think you are).

Try to enable hardware video decoding in LAV video settings (top right, choose one that is available).
Or if you find it's already enabled try choosing None just in case there is a nasty bug in your video drivers.

What player(s) are you finding play better?

How many GHz is your i5-4200?

 on: November 12, 2015, 02:17:21 PM 
Started by MikhailCompo - Last post by MikhailCompo
I have an i5-4200 laptop with an SSD and 16gb RAM.

When outputting video over display port to my 4k TV, with the default settings using the latest 2015 CCCP, the playback is very choppy with dropped frames, with dropped. On other media players it is totally fine.

1) What can I do to improve performance in Media Player Classic HPC x64 and the filters/codecs?

2) With the increase in 4k usage increasing (BT and Sky announcing 4k channels 2016Q1), should the default settings in CCCP be move performance orientated, rather than quality?

Should a typical user of CCCP encounter performance issues, their likely response would be to move to a new player that suits their needs, rather than to tinker with settings. This could put off some users that may never return.

 on: November 12, 2015, 12:01:26 PM 
Started by naugas - Last post by senaker
MPC-HC and LAV use Microsoft's DirectShow framework and it does not provide a way for LAV to pass on the AR info for MPEG1 video. Since VLC does not use DirectShow it does not have the same limitation.

 on: November 11, 2015, 09:43:52 PM 
Started by naugas - Last post by naugas
Surely he really means something like "the way I wrote the filter it doesn't check the aspect ratio from the container, and it's too much work changing that behaviour", not that it's impossible in a general way. After all, other players does it just fine.

 on: November 11, 2015, 04:49:32 PM 
Started by naugas - Last post by senaker
Unfortunately, LAV author says it cannot work by design:
mpeg1 uses MPEG1VIDEOINFO which does not allow communicating the AR from the container. This codec is not designed for such a use, apparently.

 on: November 10, 2015, 08:06:06 AM 
Started by Mussels - Last post by Bl@ckIce
start menu > cccp > filters > launch vsfilter config

in the vsfilter window: main tab > click on the "text setting" button > new window appears, click on the "font" button > new window, choose any font-style-size you want (my size is set to 18) > click the "ok" button every time to valide the new settings and close all the vsfilters windows.

launch mpc-hc to look at the result, redo the vsfilter operation if needed.

 on: November 09, 2015, 05:38:48 AM 
Started by naugas - Last post by naugas
Seriously? Such a first post could get you banned...

Anyway, any thoughts on this problem? I might have been not so clear before - I tried both mkvtoolnix and avidemux for muxing, to see if there was ay difference. It wasn't.

 on: November 09, 2015, 03:58:30 AM 
Started by naugas - Last post by dayrepz
You can change aspect ratio with the 3rd program. This tutorial may be helpful. Change Aspect Ratio for Better Display

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