Hi there. I'm a new user to the forums but a long time lurker. I've been using CCCP for years and it's fantastic. The reason I created this thread though is because I wanted to take some (all) things into my own hands. CCCP hasn't been updated in almost a year (discounting the beta version) and there are many updates to the components that CCCP uses as well as new software that is better than what CCCP uses. Before I decided to uninstall CCCP and go it alone I used the default install + CoreAVC. I wanted to get a bit more out of my PC and the video files though so I decided to uninstall CCCP and do everything manually, I'm a bit lost though. First off I'll list my PC specs so you know my PC can handle anything.
CPU: Intel Corei5 2500k @ 4.1ghz.
GPU: AMD (Gigabyte) HD6950 (flashed 6970 BIOS) @ 910/1450.
RAM: 12GB DDR3 1600mhz G.Skill Ripjaws.
MoBo: Asus P8P67-M Pro.
SSD (Operating System, MPC-HC etc...): Crucial M4 256GB.
Storage Drive (HDD): Samsung Spinpoint F4 5600rpm 2TB.
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate x64-bit
Next, this is what I have installed:
MPC-HC 220.127.116.1118 x86
LAVFilters 0.51.3 (only video and audio, not splitter) x86
Haali Media Splitter x86 (latest version date: 03/03/2011)
madVR v0.82.5 x86
FFDShow Tryouts rev4486_20120825_clsid x86
Essentially, I followed this guide: http://coalgirls.wakku.to/faq/playback/setup-guide-for-mpc-hc-madvr
- But as you can see the guide is a bit outdated. My overarching question is as follows: Did I do everything right? Everything appears to be working correctly (although I immediately noticed that all my video files no longer have the MPC-HC icon even though they're all associated with MPC-HC). Have I installed everything right? Did I miss something? Can I still use CoreAVC? Any help would be appreciated.
Screenshots of all the settings that needed to be changed according to that guide: http://i.imgur.com/VnhxJ.png