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 on: June 23, 2014, 04:12:03 PM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by JEEB
I'd like to request that you include MPC-HC 25ad8de or newer in the next beta to address #3739, an (apparently) useless message box on every start when the most recent nvidia drivers are installed.

Thanks for all your work!
We do update the components and tend to not leave commits out unless something really bad had happened, so this change is included in the 2014-06-22 beta :)

The crash that had been fixed in the 05-27 Beta is back in the 06-03 Beta. Same circumstances as before. It happens randomly when I click on Browse after Open file.

Not sure there were any related changes between those two betas. Feel free to test with a newer beta, and create a dump with Process Explorer or so when this happens. Will see if I can take a look at the dump afterwards in a debugger.

 on: June 23, 2014, 02:21:01 PM 
Started by n99 - Last post by JEEB
There was a change in how at least blu-ray subtitles work with the ISR, if you are using that (the change is to make the subtitles render as they should be, instead of random scaling that doesn't keep the aspect ratio of the subpictures). Not sure regarding vobsubs. Without knowing what exactly you're using it's pretty hard to comment, though.

 on: June 23, 2014, 02:12:52 PM 
Started by n99 - Last post by JEEB
I think this already came up somewhere (that CCCP isn't supposed to be able to play MP3's, which is really ridiculous).
It's more like the general opinion is that DShow shouldn't generally be used for audio playback, esp. with things that consist of a raw bit stream only (like .mp3 is raw MPEG-1 Layer 3 audio :P). That said, we did enable many formats inside MPC-HC with LAV, including the one you mention. If you don't have it enabled, reset the settings or enable it yourself within MPC-HC's "internal" filters.

All MP3's that have embedded cover images don't work with CCCP / MPC-HC. It seems like this should be fixed, since it's a really stupid error.
WorksForMe. I have been testing such files for quite a bit earlier, too. Given that you have the internal LAV enabled, it should work JustFine. If some file doesn't, feel free to poke us with a sample.

 on: June 23, 2014, 12:59:11 PM 
Started by Anterra - Last post by Anterra
well.. i have nothing to say but only that it was an awesome advice..

even dual audio videos softsubbed/hardsubbed or external subs (mkv + h264) are now smooth as never before.. thanks a lot ! it sure uses a lot less memory and cpu

 on: June 23, 2014, 08:51:39 AM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by namaiki
I'd like to request that you include MPC-HC 25ad8de or newer in the next beta to address #3739, an (apparently) useless message box on every start when the most recent nvidia drivers are installed.

Thanks for all your work!

I can only speak for myself, but that issue (no idea what the actual effects are besides the message box) seems to be fixed with the Nvidia ForceWare 340.43 beta drivers.

 on: June 23, 2014, 06:08:07 AM 
Started by RN - Last post by namaiki
View-> Options-> Playback-> Tick Use the built-in subtitle renderer. That's all you would have to have done if you wanted to use MPC-HC's built in subtitle functionality as far as I know - with newer MPC-HC builds this seems to have become a requirement though it was not in the past. We don't have it enabled by default because we prefer to be using xy-vsfilter.

In Windows Vista and newer we prefer to use MPC-HC's EVR (custom presenter).

 on: June 23, 2014, 05:53:22 AM 
Started by RN - Last post by RN
I experienced this same problem a couple of months ago, and at that time I resolved it by uninstalling cccp and installing mpc-hc. THIS TIME I could not resolve the problem:

Load subtitle and Download subtitle -menuitems are greyed out (disabled), and cannot be accessed on keyboard either (D and ctrl-L). They were working fine last week, and I can't remember doing any great changes in my system. Of course I must have made SOME changes, but I can't figure out what.

I uninstalled and installed both cccp and mpc-hc (from official sites) (not at the same time) (latest versions) (yes, I rebooted and resetted settings) but the problem remains.

I also tried some older version of mpc-hc and got an error message while trying to load subtitles: "change renderer....." - AND YES, I have selected VMR-7(renderless) and also tried different combinations and re-opened video file.

IS IT POSSIBLE that there is a simple set of rules that control whether the subtitle menuitems are disabled, or do they go way deep in the codecs..?

I am mainly using Download subtitles, followed by Save subtitle, so I am quite frustrated that this awesome feature is now somehow broken.

win8 / .mkv, .mp4 and .avi

I tried this guide and I got subtitles working.. Maybe the problem got fixed somewhere while configuring madVR, LAV and xy-VSFilters, but I thought I'd post this anyway.

 on: June 18, 2014, 05:28:46 PM 
Started by Skatereadyone - Last post by senaker
Openings and endings are usually harder on the CPU:
1. they commonly have higher video complexity/bitrate than the rest of the episode (lots of animations and cuts, while much of Anime is rather static)
2. they often employ complex subtitle animations (like Karaoke) while the rest of the episode is often just plain dialogue

On rare occasions (more often with older releases) the OP and ED are also encoded with a higher framerate due to some kind of TV standard chaos.

 on: June 18, 2014, 04:46:29 PM 
Started by Skatereadyone - Last post by Guest
I find it especially interesting that anime openings and endings are mentioned, because that is exactly my problem too. I cannot remember having had any issues ever with any 1080p movie even if it had multiple languages and subtitles, but I have noticed in several anime series that the sound drops out during openings and endings. Maybe it has something to do with the 10bit encoding of many recent anime series?

 on: June 17, 2014, 03:06:36 PM 
Started by xtreme07 - Last post by xtreme07

I would strongly appreciate help on this cause i got tired of it ... and a "'bit" frustrated.
i've attached cccp insurgent log file that has all the information requested by namaiki user, that beeing: Media Information on the file, Test Render, CRC Check, and more stuff that i get lost in, including the system information.

i've played with cccp system settings, by using only lav and then only haali and neither one has helped. i didn't see any difference between them.

when i open the video in MPC-HC the items listed in the menu: 'Play-> Filters.' are as follows:
- for the haali: default directsound device, video render, audio switcher, overlay mixer renderer, lav audio decoder, lav video decoder, haali media splitter
- for the lav: all of the above except for the last one which is replaced with lav splitter source (in other words, instead of haali media splitter, it's lav splitter source)

i had the klite mega codec installed before i ran cccp ... after reading some forums recomandations, i've decided to unistall it, so now it's uninstalled ...
i currently have installed on the pc: bsplayer, cccp with mpc-hc, kmplayer

the problems that i'm having with the file:
- is that is using 90% of the cpu, no matter which of the 2 codecs i'm using(not to mention if i use everything else)
- it get's sound-video delay and also the video progressively plays like in slow motion [using either mpc-hc (with/ cccp setting or klite codec settings), either windows media player, either bsplayer, kmplayer]
- it get's completly pixelated continuously in vlc player

I'm having these problems with all the 720p quality video files ... which is the maximum high quality i'm aiming for.
I can play however without any problem 480p quality video files no matter the codecs installed.

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