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 21 
 on: April 23, 2016, 03:40:55 AM 
Started by Snapple37 - Last post by Sumsum
Install the current version of LAV Filters 0.68.
https://github.com/Nevcairiel/LAVFilters/releases

It includes coped to the outdated version in codec packs  a lot of improvements for DXVA2 HEVC decoding.

 22 
 on: April 21, 2016, 12:42:35 AM 
Started by Snapple37 - Last post by senaker
Also make sure you aren't trying to play HEVC 10 bit. I think that won't be properly supported until Apollo Lake/Kaby Lake.

 23 
 on: April 20, 2016, 05:39:28 PM 
Started by Snapple37 - Last post by bdg2
Guessing...
Does DXVA2 (copy back) work any better?
See if you can find the documentation for the drivers you are using and confirm that they should support HEVC decoding with your processor.

 24 
 on: April 20, 2016, 07:10:07 AM 
Started by Snapple37 - Last post by Snapple37
I have a NUC5CPYH with Braswell CPU and latest drivers, which is supposed to support HW HEVC decoding.  I can't seem to figure it out though, so the measly Celeron can't playback the file smoothly.

I am using the default install of CCCP.  I have the HW Decoder set to DXVA2 (native).  With H.264 files, the acceleration shows the HW Decoder is being correctly used.  But with HEVC files, it defaults to avcodec.

Not sure what I am doing wrong here, this is my first array into HEVC files.  Any help would be appreciated!


 25 
 on: April 20, 2016, 04:42:56 AM 
Started by Lokes - Last post by Lokes
Hey there. Recently, I found out, that whenever I opened an anime episode for the first time after I started up my computer, it would freeze my computer for a brief moment and then it works normally again.

The freezing doesn't happen again neither. Awkwardly it's only the first time after starting up.

The anime episodes I wanted to play are "Arakawa Under the Bridge [BDRip 1080p x264 FLAC]".

Normal anime episodes from Horriblesubs are no issue tho, even up to 1080p. The problem occurs when I prolly play Blu-Rays or FLAC.

Does anyone know what causes the issue? If my memory serves me right, it wasn't like this at all, it just started recently to freeze.

Would be awesome if anyone could help me out. Thank you in advance.

Regards, Lokes

 26 
 on: April 17, 2016, 04:32:36 AM 
Started by Majjin - Last post by senaker
Turning on "Use the built-in subtitle renderer" and setting "BlockVSFilter" to "true", seems to have fixed it. Thanks a lot. Now will this cause any problems with other shows that don't use PGS? I have tried another file and it does work as normal as far as I can tell, but just in case I would like to know if you know the answer.
It could lead to problems with other shows, yes. For ASS subtitles colors are often a tiny bit different, some animations might work differently or sometimes it is slower with complex subtitles. Rendering quality is often better, though, because it uses the display resolution to render subtitles. With e.g. 480p videos you might see subtitles will look a lot sharper. In doubt just switch back to xy-vsfilter once you are done with the PGS shows. Not many use them, I'd say. XySubFilter is like a mix between those two if you want to check it out and was made by the same guys that made xy-vsfilter.

 27 
 on: April 16, 2016, 07:46:16 PM 
Started by Majjin - Last post by Majjin
Turning on "Use the built-in subtitle renderer" and setting "BlockVSFilter" to "true", seems to have fixed it. Thanks a lot. Now will this cause any problems with other shows that don't use PGS? I have tried another file and it does work as normal as far as I can tell, but just in case I would like to know if you know the answer.

Also I have another problem where when I set CCCP to use 5.1 Surround (which I have) it drops the volume quite a bit, normally it is set to 2/0/0 stereo. Is there a fix to this other than using the boost, as the boost causes audio distortion.

 28 
 on: April 16, 2016, 12:49:21 PM 
Started by Majjin - Last post by senaker
Yes, I believe you are right about PGS being the cause. PGS subtitles are basically images, not text. On the original BluRay they were 1920x1080 but the fansub groups have put them in an mkv with video resized to 1280x720 and CCCP's xy-vsfilter ("DirectVobSub") does not scale them. So what happens is that the lines at the bottom of the picture - which includes all the dialogue - are simply outside of the video rectangle. The work-around would be to either switch to XySubFilter or MPC-HC's internal subtitle renderer. To activate the internal renderer go into MPC-HC's Options->Playback and tick "Use the built-in subtitle renderer". (In later MPC-HC versions the setting was moved to a drop-down list of subtitle renderers in Options->Playback->Output) You may need to additionally block xy-vsfilter by adding DirectVobSub in the external filter and setting it to "Block" and/or go Options->Advanced and set "BlockVSFilter" to "true".

 29 
 on: April 16, 2016, 12:12:07 AM 
Started by Majjin - Last post by Majjin
I am attempting to play this file on the system mentioned below with MPC player. However the subtitles do not display, but when playing the video using some of the different options some lines appear for a single line then go away again, other files of this type do work in MPC. The subtitles and video work for this file work in VLC and the file doesn't work in WMP.

I think it has something do with the subtitles being PGS format. Somethings I have tried are work arounds from suggested found on google for older versions of CCCP, and are as follows; Changing DirectShow Video to VMR 9(Renderless) along with RealMedia Video, Overriding the placement, changing the Maximum texture resolution, making DirectVobSub (auto-loading version) preferred external filter, Repairing CCCP, Resting User Settings, Reinstalling CCCP, and Maximizing and Minimizing MPC while the video is playing. To no success.

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Test Rendering an MKV file produces the following message: Unsupported Stream! (VFW_E_UNSUPPORTED_STREAM)
It says no Codex/Filter Packs are found.
It says CCCP is not installed. (Although the latest version is and can be found in program files, as well as the task bar tray when running.)


If I missed anything let me know.

 30 
 on: April 14, 2016, 06:27:25 PM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by bdg2
The latest beta version works okay for me and has LAV 0.66.0.38 and MPC-HC 1.7.9.190.
It's here:
http://www.cccp-project.net/beta/?C=M;O=D
The top two files should be the most recent.

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