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Old 15th December 2009, 21:35   #1  |  Link
hirez80
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Zoom player and BIG 1080P mkv

Hi,
I apologize if this is not posted in the right group.
But its sort of an Software yet, codec question.

All these years i have been using Zoom player, smacked on ffdshow, and ejoyed bliss..
Then came some more advanced files with DTS, vbr etc. etc.

So nowdays, I fiddle between dscaler, for vid and audio, as well as Coreavc, and i notice, damn.. i am starting all over
And today I have the option of using EVR instead of "overlay mixer" the other options give me judder headache.

I dont notice any problems om my quad rig.
But on my htpcs, (i got an ion330 and a Fuj Siemens dualcore)
I suddenly started noticing jerks here and there...
Yes i am a bit picky, but when i use ffdshow in zoomplayer, only 25% of the cpu is being used (Coreavc, is up to 50%).

So i understand ppl have different setups, prefs etc.
But shouldnt there be a pretty "standard" setup for best use of resources?

So my question is, what settings do you guys use to play these 13 gb+ 1080P files?

I will gladly share any experience, and hope again i posted in the right place

Feel free to comment!
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