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 on: October 04, 2016, 03:26:54 AM 
Started by Random user - Last post by Random user
You're correct, I completely forgot that win10 does this backwards and even when you're logged on as admin, it still doesn't grant applications you run admin rights. You need to separately tell the OS to do so. I'm too used to win7's far more reasonable way of doing things.

Thanks for the help. Insurgent uninstalled the filters with admin rights.

 on: October 03, 2016, 05:57:06 PM 
Started by Random user - Last post by JEEB

I am currently running on Windows 10 (1607) and at least for me the application can unregister 32bit filters if it is run as administrator, which you can do by right-clicking the executable and selecting "Run as administrator" (I just now tried it with 32bit madVR I had around for testing). So in that sense insurgent seems to be still working just fine.

Due to the age of the application it has no idea about 64bit filters, and I think we broke locating CCCP at some point due to moving to a new registry entry scheme?

The insurgent is way overdue for an overhaul, but it is still my preferred way to get a list of installed 32bit filters and basic computer specs from a user :) . Movax actually wanted to rewrite it circa 2010, but that never went too far forward - I do have some source code around, but that is something not finished.

 on: October 03, 2016, 05:30:47 PM 
Started by JEEB - Last post by JEEB
it is almost been a year since the last episode, when will the new release be released?

and which is better for windows, mpv or cccp? just asking.... i am using cccp since forever.
IRL happened (a lot of funky stuff at work that led to not-so-much of free time), then in August I had my first vacation in 1.5 years, and now I'm moving until the end of October. Most realistically I can see myself getting to CCCP after that. First with a beta, and then a release.

Mpv is something I have been able to contribute to a bit here and there, and it definitely is a piece of software that has entered my daily usage. I was for mplayer2 and I most definitely am even more for mpv. The question is, though, if you are OK with a really minimal player. If you need visual d&d playlists, "proper" UI, settings dialogs and so forth, then mpv as the base application is not for you. That said, one of the differences between mpv and the previous iterations of mplayer is that mpv has also made its capabilities available as a library, which enables you to write your own things around it rather simply. One example of such is mpc-qt, which tries to emulate the feel of MPC while being both cross-platform as well as based on libmpv. It does not currently have official windows builds, but I've definitely been meaning to test it out as I get the time. There have also been ideas of having a CCCP with something like it instead of the "good old" DirectShow being the base - even though that would pretty much break what CCCP is and used to be ;) .

is there a chance to add AssFilterMod in cccp next release ?
I have noticed this component and as I get back into action I might poke at it. I've been kind of tired of VSFilter for a while, so it would be nice to "normalize" the playing field with libass all over. That said, I have not tested it and thus cannot say how stable and/or nice it is to use.

 on: October 03, 2016, 05:10:51 PM 
Started by Rayek - Last post by JEEB
Woah. How did I miss this post? Oh well, have been moving and all...

Yeh, desktop composition (which comes with Aero, and unfortunately IIRC can't be enabled without it) in general is a thing you want these days unless your player can handle all the frame V-sync synchronization by itself. Generally nowadays players only tend to do this when they take full control of the screen with dedicated full-screen (aka "D3D Fullscreen" in MPC-HC's EVR-CP renderer, for example). With desktop composition all the surfaces are properly V-sync'd by the OS, while without it things can depend on the application and driver aligning their stars and all that jazz. What used to be the default no longer is so. And in a way, thank goodness for that. Of course, as I noted, if you want to have dedicated full-screen that is still possible and will let you optimize your V-syncs in your application as well as you want :) .

And thus I think you just made it clear that I should make a new build after I finish moving ;) . In the mean time, another project I've been poking at has been mpv (lachs0r's windows builds), which is the latest child in the MPlayer family of forks with both OS X and Windows finally becoming first class citizens. Its OpenGL renderer is the least retarded and most correct thing you can get in open source - and it can be utilized through OpenGL ES and the ANGLE D3D emulation layer if your OpenGL drivers aren't good enough (although even modern Intel drivers seem to be fine with it). Additionally there is a nice WASAPI audio renderer handling the audio side of things. The inner masochist in me has also been pounding at a Proof of Concept mpv-android thingamajig that totally shows that I cannot into Android life cycles too much.

 on: September 29, 2016, 11:47:46 PM 
Started by Random user - Last post by Random user
Got windows 10 laptop recently, and discovered that insurgent doesn't appear to work properly with it. It cannot detect CCCP and it cannot unregister filters.

I need this laptop to connect to a very specific old nokia phone, and that requires nokia suite, which installs emuzed filters into the system. Which have a nasty tendency of conflicting with every other codec pack.

I usually handled it by using insurgent to nuke the said filters off the system after installing the nokia suite. But in win10, it doesn't work. Is there any way to get it to work with win 10, or alternatively is there a similar simple way in which I can unregister those in win 10?

To be specific, CCCP insurgent does see that emuzed filters are installed on the system. It just cannot unregister them, instead throwing an error.

 on: September 20, 2016, 12:59:38 PM 
Started by Rayek - Last post by bdg2
I've seen aero being recommended when using CCCP for quite a while.
I think people have found it helped in some cases since way before the NVIDIA 10 series cards.
I wish I understood what's going on.
Also in other places, not concerned specifically with using CCCP for playback the opposite is sometimes recommended.

 on: September 19, 2016, 10:55:18 PM 
Started by Rayek - Last post by Rayek
Milennial lurk post and a plea to be proved wrong. Also fuck the bots for killing the lol trashcan.

Anyone else noticing horizontal tearing on new nvidia cards (gtx 1060, pascal) most likely a drivers issue during fullscreen playback, that also dissappears during pause?

I just built a new pc and literally just installed the latest cccp release an hour ago on a clean win7x64 setup and nvidia drivers 372.70, and tears happen during fullscreen playback of video files from external drive that played fine on previous system.


When I change nothing else but to an ancient video card I got lying around as backup, a ~2012 radeon 6950 and years old drivers for it everything plays pitch perfect again. I've had AMD cards for 10 years up to this week and thought the nvidia being horrible for video playback was solved years ago. I hope so. I spent all my pirate gold on a new lair as well so if im stuck with a bad card/brand I will be relatively displeased.

At first glance this looks like a driver issue since swapping to amd card & ancient amd drivers fixes it. 99% sure this is software issue since I've found people on linux having similar issues couple years back and being able to fix it software side.

Anyone else tearin it up with nvidia recently?

Edit: Enabling aero fixes this for those having similar issues. Or a fresh pirated win7 install without the genuine spam not yet removed. Harr.


Weird that the 6 year old 6950 plays blu-ray+ files fine with no aero enabled, but the 2016 gtx1060 tears up like a Mexican finding a virgn Mary lookalike toast on ebay.

 on: September 19, 2016, 07:07:43 PM 
Started by udedenkz - Last post by bdg2
VLC only uses it's own internal codecs which I usually find are okay except for ultra HD video.

MKV is a container format.

We need really need to know what video codec is needed to play the problem MKV files before we can judge if the PC is powerful enough, or if CCCP supports it.

Please post the output from CCCP-Insurgent.

Note that, if I remember correctly, the latest CCCP doesn't actually claim to be XP compatible, but quite likely is.

 on: September 17, 2016, 11:52:06 PM 
Started by udedenkz - Last post by Wokka
I suspect that your video card and/or system may not be powerful enough to play the video file.

My WinXP (32 bit) system is an AMD Athlon X2 64 6000+ with a Nvidia GeForce GT 750 (a relatively new video card) and runs MKV files fine.

My WinXP 64 system is a slower AMD Sempron 3400+ with an ATI Radeon 9550 video card. MKV files don't play well (audio's ok, but video is crap and jumpy). Other video formats are fine (MP4 AVI etc).

I'm using VLC 2.2.4 with the respective 32 and 64 bit versions.

 on: August 28, 2016, 09:48:08 PM 
Started by slayer - Last post by msmstud
I, too, am curious, as I value this resource. Herein I "bump" the subject. I think. Did I bump this thread correctly?

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