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MPC-HC 1.1 Final released.

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=170561
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any major difference between regular MPC?
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What's the difference between this and regular MPC anyway?
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>>10066819
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Does this fix any bugs?
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> NEW : Internal video decoder H264 with DXVA 1 acceleration (using VMR9 or overlay on XP) and DXVA2 (using EVR on Vista).

The long awaited built-in H.264 hardware decode acceleration(only works on Geforce 8/9 or hardware that supports bitstream decoding.)
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NEW : Custom presenter now support DXVA2, and display hardware acceleration mode in Jitter test information.
NEW : Internal video decoder based on ffmpeg for Flash video (FLV4, VP5,VP6), AMV, Mpeg4, SQV, Theora, VC1, XVID, and DivX
NEW : Internal video decoder H264 with DXVA 1 acceleration (using VMR9 or overlay on XP) and DXVA2 (using EVR on Vista).
NEW : Korean translation
CHANGED: FAAD library updated to 2.6
CHANGED: Standalone filter renamed to be prefixed by "MPC - xxx"
CHANGED: CSS classes added in WebServer (request #1885296)
FIXED : Incorrect colors on video when using YUV mixing and "VMR Color controls"
FIXED : PN31 driver installation was not working
FIXED : MPC graph manager now use the same filter priority as WMP and graphedit (clsid patch)
FIXED : MPC-HC is now recognize as an application by SUMo (http://www.kcsoftwares.com/index.php?sumo)
FIXED : Ghost horizontal and vertical lines with Pixel Shader resizer (especially on ATI graphics card)
FIXED : Crash in FLV splitter with file containing 0 bytes packets
FIXED : Button "Video" in format property page didn't select images anymore
FIXED : So sound in some FLV video with Nellymoser audio track
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>>10066845
Is that necessary?
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>>10066882
It's highly desired. If you have the hardware, why not put it to good use?
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Future versions might offer partial acceleration of H.264 on older Geforce 6/7 cards and hardware that don't support bitstream decoding.
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>>10066896


:(
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>>10066845
Don't Radeons 2xxx and 3xxx have that as well?
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Screw this, when the hell is ffdshow going to have multithreaded h.264 decoding?
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>>10066894
But I've yet to encounter performance problems with any h264 stuff so far (up to 1080p). Yes, it's good to use hardware, but I've never viewed video decoding as something resource-intensive.
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Don't think I have Geforce 8/9 but I'm going to accelerate it anyway ftw
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>DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA) ... Video decoder should be connected directly to the renderer. This mean no intermediate filters such as DirectVobSub or ffdshow can be inserted between decoder and video renderer.

This would suggest that H.264 .mkv decoding will _not_ be hardware accelerated as that uses ffdshow for me
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--ref 16 --bframes 16 is quite useful for anime and DXVA can't handle this unfortunately.
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ok ppl

what up with these mpc-hc

wehy not use vlc?????
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I think I am fine. I won't update unless I really have to. I only have one bug that bothers me and it is not even worth the trouble.
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>>10066993
sage for newfag
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>>10066993
2/10
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>>10066993
Fix your grammar and we'll talk about it.

Study harder in high school, too.
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>>10066942
It's not that resource intensive. But as far as distributed HD content goes, bitrates are pretty low. I believe if higher bitrates were to be used (and they can go MUCH higher than you see in, say, anime subs), the processor hit would be proportionally bigger. Still wouldn't be a big problem on moderately recent hardware, but wouldn't you rather have the GPU do the work for you? It's not something to buy a new card for, just an extra feature. And it can be particularly useful on HTPCs.
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While we are at it:
I use VMR9 (windowed), and sometimes when i take screecaps, the subtitles disappear. What Output method should I choose to avoid this?
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Awesome, thanks for the link.
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>>10067006
No, anon, you are the newfag.
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>>10067126
VMR9 (renderless)
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>>10067230
Some subs appear twice when I am using this, how can I fix it? Thanks in advance
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now /a/ is /g/
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Is there going to be a new CCCP soon then?
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>>10067267
I right click the green arrow on the taskbar and click Hide Subtitles.
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MPC 1.1 is a pretty cool guy. eh fucks up subtitles and doesnt afraid of anything.
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Oh shit, it has a G15 support.
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>>10067417
Turn off MPC-HC internal subtitle loading if you're using VSFilter from CCCP. Only applies to softsub videos.

See image, uncheck Auto-load subtitles to disable MPC's internal subtitle feature.
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>>10067559
this avoids having to disable the subs every time like
>>10067377
said

thanks, fellow anons



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