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 21 
 on: July 20, 2014, 01:08:55 PM 
Started by blabla - Last post by blabla
Hey
Can i use cccp with KMPlayer ?
i mean KMPlayer doesn't show the colors in subtitles

 22 
 on: July 20, 2014, 11:57:45 AM 
Started by Cait Sith - Last post by Cait Sith
I installed the last version of cccp pack. I would like to use coreavc for h264 videos. By defaultt mhc use lav filter, so I tried to add coreavc as externel filter with "prefer", but it seems that both filters are loaded (with an horrible playback as result).
I can I do? Once there was the option in setting but now I don't find it anymore.

 23 
 on: July 17, 2014, 08:14:33 PM 
Started by SamAl - Last post by namaiki
Last I remember, we don't really recommend usage of GOM Player. Is there any reason that you prefer to use GOM Player to Media Player Classic which we supply? Also, does the video work if you download it directly using jdownloader?

 24 
 on: July 17, 2014, 12:27:04 PM 
Started by SamAl - Last post by Sameer Ali
Downloaded the video off youtube using an online converter.

If i uninstall the AC3 Filter - then videos on GOM player won't work.

 25 
 on: July 17, 2014, 08:57:22 AM 
Started by SamAl - Last post by namaiki
Maybe try uninstall AC3Filter. Where exactly is the video file from?

 26 
 on: July 16, 2014, 04:02:36 PM 
Started by SamAl - Last post by SamAl
Hello,

My hard disk drive recently crashed so i had to reinstall Windows 7 and all my programs + codecs. I only recently installed CCCP however i've been using MPC for a while now.

I've noticed since that certain .avi files will not play on Media Player Classic when they used to before. The same files will still play on GOM Player and VLC Media Player. I say certain .avi files because it will still play certain .avi files properly without any issue.

Media Player Classic basically opens up the file to the a black screen (the run time shows as alot longer than it actually is - for example a 3 minute video will show as a 8 minute video) and it will basically forward through the video in chunks without any images appearing on the screen however MPC does seem to play the audio properly.

I haven't had any such issues in the past. Can someone help with this please?

Filters in MPC:
Default DirectSound Device
Enhanced Video Renderer (custom presenter)
Audio Switcher
LAV Video Decoder
AC3 Filter
AVI Splitter
File Source (Async.)

Insurgent Logs:
(click to show/hide)

 27 
 on: July 14, 2014, 03:07:08 PM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by Vegeak
Haali it's more accurate (because LAV, if you click near a chapter it jumps directly to it, 1 frame after. Haali jumps to the direction that you clicked. And because of that, Haali it's more accurate) when you click on the bar below (seekbar I think that it's called.) And it's seems that it has better performance than LAV Splitter.

 28 
 on: July 14, 2014, 01:22:19 PM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by JEEB
New CCCP Win Vista - Win 7 - Win 8.x Release! (2014-07-13)

Somewhat overtime, but a new release - code name "Manatsu" (Midsummer) - has been released. As always, it contains fixes and optimizations found and done during the last release cycle.

! Known Issue !
Due to file parsing optimization done in xy-VSFilter, reading of external subtitle files that are not saved as unicode is borked by default in CCCP, and non-ASCII symbols will get broken in this case. As a workaround, if you tend to play such files, it is recommended that you enable the internal subtitle renderer in MPC-HC (View→Options→Playback→Use the built-in subtitle renderer)

This bug was never noticed by any of the CCCP crew, or the testers, until very late in the release cycle, and thus it was chosen that the release would be done with this known issue instead of either waiting more, or suddenly switching binaries around.

The plan is to have a new release soon'ish after this, and until then the workaround should be enough.

  • Updated components:
    • LAV Filters 0.62.0.0-a731178
    • MPC-HC 1.7.6 (master@ebc29cf)
    • xy-VSFilter 3.0.0."305" (git 7f6a318)
  • General change log:
    • MPC-HC
      • MPC-HC no longer crashes during quick seeks with PGS subpictures when the internal subtitle renderer was used. Did not affect CCCP defaults.
      • Anamorphic ASS is now handled correctly in the internal subtitle renderer. This is one of the oldest standing bugs there were regarding the ISR, and we all thank kasper93 for the effort he put into fixing this after Daemon404 successfully trolled people regarding it.
      • The Play→Filters filter listing can now be easily copied to the clipboard, there is now a button for that in the top of the listing.
      • UI language selection has been moved to the options in MPC-HC.
      • Minor fixes and improvements in general.
    • LAV
      • PGS subpicture parsing improved in LAV Splitter.
      • LAV Video now supports VP7 video (for the two of you out there with samples).
      • LAV Video can now use the Media Foundation WMV9 decoder instead of the old DMO decoder.
      • FFmpeg used in LAV now uses native win32 threads instead of a pthreads wrapper.
      • Various fixes included in the updated FFmpeg.
    • xy-VSFilter
      • VirtualDub library has been updated.
      • Various ASS parsing improvements by Plorkyeran. These also remove the A (ANSI/non-unicode code page) Windows API usage, which also breaks non-unicode subtitle parsing. As noted, MPC-HC's internal subtitle renderer should be used instead in case you play such files.
      • Loading of UUEncoded fonts from ASS files is fixed.
      • A possible out-of-bounds array access was fixed. This has been in the code for more than a year, and no-one noticed it. It seems that no-one has subtitle files with UTF-8 data that end up in this area of glyphs (or the rest of the code actually makes the bug impossible to happen).
      • Vobsub fixes that replace the old MPC-BE hackfix. Should lead to similar results as with the old hackfix, unfortunately. In MPC-HC these changes actually add proper fadein/-out.

 29 
 on: July 14, 2014, 01:07:34 PM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by JEEB
As I already noted on IRC, too bad I noted this when I already had the final binaries archived and the release process started :/ No wonder it got missed though, given the general kind of content that users of CCCP tend to watch.

Anyways, I added a message to the change log for those who want to use non-unicode external subtitles to enable the internal subtitle renderer. I dislike the fact that there's a regression like that in the release, but at least there's something to improve and see if we can get a quicker release done again :) . I will also try to give more time to the 64bit side of things as well, given that FFmpeg is getting more and more 64bit specific asm optimizations by the day.

Haali still survives!
Well, yes. But I'd say it's about time it gets killed off now. I just decided to not start cutting it out of the package while I had less time to dedicate to such hacking. Not to mention that after a while the need for a new release became stronger and thus it was chosen to release quicker instead of taking more time doing various major'ish changes.

 30 
 on: July 12, 2014, 11:11:27 AM 
Started by Docoptik - Last post by neduko
Greetings,

MPC-HC crashed when I tried to view a .ogm file.

Attached is the dump file for the crash.

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