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 on: April 04, 2016, 03:54:14 AM 
Started by arilando - Last post by Anuradha
I' m getting this when I ran CCCP check- Test render.

Please help.

An error occured during this Test Render. Please provide the info below to CCCP Staff.
DirectShow Error: 0x80040266: Pins cannot connect due to not supporting the same transport.

 on: March 29, 2016, 11:25:07 AM 
Started by dksvertix - Last post by dksvertix
Suggestions about MPC that comes with CCCP. Maybe wrong place?

Why isn't there a quick option to adjust the sync of video and subtitles? A quick rotatable button to adjust the timing would be great.
Why isn't there a quick sound normalization option? I've had many videos, where in parts when the actors sang, the sound volume was x2, very annoying. I tried fiddling with the settings, could not achieve anything useful, maybe a minor decrease. A quick sound "normalization" option, something that quickly decreases highest peaks down by 50% and increases lowest peaks by 50% (probably not a good technical explanation...) would be nice.
For the workaround for the above problem, I first thought that, what if I extract the audio, volume down the parts which are too loud and then feed it to MPC as an external audio input for the video. But no, MPC doesn't even have any feature to allow loading an external audio file for the video. That would be a very welcome feature too.

So, what is your reply?

 on: March 24, 2016, 03:40:26 AM 
Started by POP3D - Last post by POP3D
Thank you for your reply.

I already use the 64Bit version of Windows Media Player 12 with the 64Bit version of CCCP, and every thing is running fine except the files with TrueHD audio.

However, i investigated around the problem and realized that WMP12 is not sending the TrueHD audio to CCCP LAV, and to fix that all i needed to do was to open "Win7DSFilterTweaker_6.0" and disable (Media Foundation 64Bit) from the "MS Codec Tweaks" and also disable Media foundation (64-bit) for the file types 'MKV' and 'M2TS' to get the TrueHD audio to work properly from WMP12 64Bit and with the DFX enabled.


 on: March 23, 2016, 08:45:18 PM 
Started by POP3D - Last post by bdg2
You need the 32 bit CCCP codecs if you want them to work in Windows Media Player.

The 64 bit ones are only for 64 bit players.

You can install both if you like so you have codecs for WMP and for, say MPC-HC64.

You will find the 64 bit codecs are more efficient but the 32 bit work fine on most fairly modern PCs for normal tasks.

 on: March 23, 2016, 03:39:20 PM 
Started by POP3D - Last post by POP3D

I have a video file that i am trying to play with Windows 10 WMP12 X64, and the reason i am using WMP12 is that i am using an old version of DFX for WMP with the video files i play.

The video file is MKV container, and there are two audio files inside, AC3 Stereo with commentary and a 6CH TrueHD.

I am using the Latest CCCP (2015-10-18 64-Bit) and when i play the file in WMP12 X64 only the AC3 stereo audio is played and i can't find a way to switch to the TrueHD audio that is in the file.

When i fullscreen WMP and right click to access audio selection only one audio stream appears in there (the AC3) and the TrueHD one is not visible, and there is no icons appearing on the tray to switch the audio track through it!

When i play the video file on any other video players like KMP it works fine and i can switch audio with no problem, but i lose the ability to use DFX...

Is there a way to fix this and get the TrueHD track to work with WMP?

Thanks for your help.

 on: March 22, 2016, 06:35:56 PM 
Started by Stoner - Last post by Stoner
long story short, lve recently reinstalled however lm having issues getting my sound to extend to all my 5.1s speakers.. originally ld install the CCCP pack then add the ffdshow filters and haali media splitter which worked great last year..

problem is now it seems haali media splitter is picking up everything and l havent seen ffdshow decoders load once since lve resintalled (if my task bar is anything to go by) usually by editing a few of the mixer settings lve had no problems and always saw the icons show in the notification areas.

lve also noticed on occasion that a few random files only seem to load audio (so far lve only noticed this with a few random mp4 files) this occurs on both WMP and MPC-HC (l did convert one offending file with a conversion tool to AVI at which point l was able to view the video).

that said, this install lve had no issues with the random freezes l got when l check files via WMP, tho l use MPC for general playback of anime and such.

l think the main difference however this time is that l did set some defaults when installing the media splitter codec, whereas last time l didnt (tho the above freezes l used to get havent been happening this time).

 on: March 12, 2016, 11:55:42 PM 
Started by Deaz - Last post by Deaz
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 on: March 12, 2016, 11:53:25 PM 
Started by Deaz - Last post by Deaz
Just got my new computer a few days back, on my previous working PC, i've watched the same videos and they look normal to me. Now on the new PC, the same videos are showing the colors differently, a certain series are showing more much badly than the others. The videos seem a little too bright and not as clear as it used to be on my other PC, the dark scenes are somehow like pixelated and the dark colors are actually moving, sort of like a wave? The problems are mainly the brightness and the darker colors being pixelated.

Not sure if my descriptions are enough, but please feel free to ask me for any details, i really hope it can be solved. Thanks for reading.

 on: March 12, 2016, 02:14:51 PM 
Started by winb83 - Last post by Kijostyle
Had the same issue but a little different. Just posting this in case it helps anyone, as this just solved the issue for me. issue: when sending audio to my receiver downstairs, my audio would skip... or be intermittent. but only the audio. video would not do that.

I have 3 monitors. #1 + #2 are connected upstairs on my desk. #3 is a home theater downstairs. theater is connected via hdmi from my computer to receiver to benq projector. #3 is not always connected. i have to enable #3 to send anything to my receiver or the projector at the far end.

so with everything enabled and perfectly setup.... i play music... and it skips. i play video it does not skip

what i just figured out is:

 my media player was open on monitor #1 or #2, but not #3 (which is where i was technically sending the output) (the physical application window was sitting on my primary or secondary screen but not the tertiary screen)

solution:once i dragged the media play application to screen #3, the issue disappeared...

as if screen number #3 was asleep or like in standy/idle mode.... or perhaps doesn't somehow get a strong or full signal unless the media player is sitting on the screen that your sending it to..

i honestly don't know, it's hard to explain and crazy to think about. also, this only has to be done with audio, this does not happen at all with video.

also, after dragging windows media player or vlc to the #3 screen, i can drag it back to #1 or #2 with no ill effects...


 on: March 11, 2016, 09:21:46 PM 
Started by Hancockenstein - Last post by Bl@ckIce
nope, this kind of pb is in the video itself, it can't be the decoder/player fault,

You probably got a movie with some parts of it in imax, like the last Nolan batman movie, which give you larger black bars on imax scenes than the "normal" 16:9 ones (or the contrary i don't remember),
the br is edited like that, and if you do some video editing and crop the whole movie to match the imax scenes resolution, you're gonna lose a big chunk of picture on the normal scenes by overcropping them, which would be ridiculous,

so i know it can be weird, but you can't do much about it, it's like that.

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