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 on: July 01, 2015, 11:03:25 AM 
Started by n99 - Last post by n99
Latest x64 Beta on W7SP1 x64.

Like Ctrl+O, then "C:/Test/file.avi" and Enter. Don't know if it's only the first slash or all of them.

 on: June 29, 2015, 09:34:50 PM 
Started by NowFooMe - Last post by Bl@ckIce
- did you tried to reset cccp settings ? maybe even uninstall/install it again ?

- it only crash with mpc-hc ? did you tried another player like vlc to see how it goes ?

- playing video on streaming is fine ? like on youtube ?

- could be cg driver related (driver crash without recovering, making your cg crash and your OS on the way out), did you tried updating it ?

- worse case scenario: could be hardware related, meaning your cg is starting his slow death.

 on: June 29, 2015, 08:29:23 AM 
Started by Clubmeh - Last post by Jason
NOTE:  I did originally copy the text for the filename from then pressed F2 to rename the newly created mp4 file and pasted the text.  So it's possible I had picked up a 'special character' when I selected the text from the website and this could have caused the problem in the first place.

 on: June 29, 2015, 08:22:52 AM 
Started by Clubmeh - Last post by Jason
I'm posting this here in case anyone comes looking for a possible solution.

I had just cropped and encoded a blu-ray rip to 1344x560 dimensions (2.40:1 native aspect) and muxed the video and audio into an MP4 container.  I named the file with the movie title followed by year of release, e.g. "Underworld- Rise of the Lycans (2009).mp4"

When I opened the file (windowed, not full screen) I couldn't understand why MPC was playing it back with black bars at the top and bottom when I had cropped these out.  The aspect ratio of the actual frame had also clearly been altered.  I checked the file properties and it was telling me the video had a 2:1 aspect ratio.  As there was never any aspect ratio specified during the encoding process I couldn't understand why MPC was applying one.  Bizarre.  So I tried a few things and eventually realised that MPC was somehow reading the "(2009)" from the filename and using this to change the aspect ratio.  Once I renamed the file without the year of release, the problem was solved.  What's even more bizarre is that I added back the "(2009)" to the filename but the problem didn't return.  Go figure!

 on: June 28, 2015, 09:40:37 AM 
Started by NowFooMe - Last post by NowFooMe
Problem is in the title. Literally don't know what to do since as long as its a video it always crashes.Please help

 on: June 26, 2015, 05:22:10 AM 
Started by anime watcher - Last post by namaiki
If you want to drag and drop subtitles you need to enable MPC-HC's subtitle renderer. (View>Playback>Use built-in subtitle renderer)

 on: June 26, 2015, 04:51:31 AM 
Started by anime watcher - Last post by anime watcher
Somehow this is a problem unique to loading anime with CCCP.

I find that when I watch anime with CCCP I am unable to load my own subtitles. Doing so makes MPC-HC recognize the subtitles as media and try to play it. I then get a black screen MPC-HC. This problem doesnt occur when watching non-anime media.

 on: June 25, 2015, 05:33:04 AM 
Started by guest - Last post by namaiki
Maybe you will have some better performance if you use the EVR or System Default video renderers in MPC-HC (View-> Options-> Output).

 on: June 25, 2015, 04:57:27 AM 
Started by guest - Last post by bdg2
Resizing a video is quite a CPU intensive task if you're not using drivers that know how to make your graphics card's video hardware do it.

It sounds like it's just the highest resolution videos that are causing problems.

 on: June 25, 2015, 04:50:02 AM 
Started by guest - Last post by guest
Thanks for the reply.

Well you see, the thing is that I cannot leave my graphics driver enabled as it'll completely freeze my computer within a few seconds. Essentially, my computer isn't using any dedicated graphics driver at the moment.

It's not the best solution, but I don't get why would some videos play perfectly smooth with 100% zoom and fullscreen but not a resized window.

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