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Old 13th January 2006, 02:11   #221  |  Link
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this Codec is very great. with MPC i can run it but how can i use with WMP 9 or 10 ?
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Old 13th January 2006, 02:41   #222  |  Link
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And for lossless support?
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Old 13th January 2006, 05:01   #223  |  Link
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New build up :
http://coreavc.corecodec.org/CoreAVC20060113.7z

Version 0.0.0.4 Alpha (20060113) :
Support for VSSH FOURCC
Support for YUY2 output
Force anamorphic flag on renderer

You can thank Haali for this release ;-)

Haali gets a cookie. VMR9 Renderless mode is working perfectly in Media Player Classic now. I'm getting my automatic aspect ratio and my softsubs.
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Old 13th January 2006, 09:08   #224  |  Link
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You CoreAVC guys deserve medals for this big leap in playback functionality, and I mean BIG !

Thank you very, very much
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Old 13th January 2006, 10:56   #225  |  Link
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Support for YUY2 output
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You can thank Haali for this release ;-)
Yes - thank you [Toff], thank you Haali. YUY2 output will help my old and crappy GeForce2 a little.
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Old 13th January 2006, 11:25   #226  |  Link
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A new TCMP-version (NOT TCPMP) is coming soon (I hope so). What can we expect in relation to AVC support? Is it similar to TCPMP?
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Old 13th January 2006, 11:26   #227  |  Link
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Hmmm.

I'm still unable to get anamorphiclly signalled MPEG-4 AVC streams within AVI to auto AR in Media Player Classic or WMP10. And it's no-go with MPEG-4 AVC streams within MP4 in Media Player Classic too!

When tested on my other WinXP boot, the same encodes work fine with Haali's splitter!


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Old 13th January 2006, 11:31   #228  |  Link
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Hmmm.

I'm still unable to get anamorphiclly signalled MPEG-4 AVC streams within AVI to auto AR in Media Player Classic or WMP10. And it's no-go with MPEG-4 AVC streams within MP4 in Media Player Classic too!
at first I've experienced the same beahviour with your posteted clip - but than I've reinstalled latest Haali Media Splitter and wOOt

what about http://tcpmp.corecodec.org/tcpmpx/index.htm ?

I can't see anything 'cause FireFox does need a plugin and I'm to dumb to install the required one...
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Old 13th January 2006, 12:23   #229  |  Link
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basically the nero mp4 parser was the one which introduced the way how avc mp4 parsing is done now in as good as all mp4 parsers (haali, gabest, elecard...), so its in a way the benchmark

coreavc shows the same behaviour with the nero parser as with gabest here, which tells me coreavc doesnt read out the anamorphic resize correctly it gets from the parsers (they attach the SPS/PPS storing the ar info)
propably haali does something additional/different which makes coreavc work

but still, this means coreavc has incomplete anamorphic resize support with mp4
still the case with 0.0.0.4

anamorphic resize works with haali's mp4 parser, but not with nero's (and all the other mp4 parsers acting the same way as nero, like gabest, elecard...)

therefore i think haali does something different than all the others making coreavc not resize and therefore the support in coreavc is, unfortunately, still incomplete
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Old 13th January 2006, 12:42   #230  |  Link
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....therefore i think haali does something different than all the others making coreavc not resize and therefore the support in coreavc is, unfortunately, still incomplete
Agreed....

I cross-checked to see if Media Player Classic's own internal MP4 parser was working okay by playing some anamorphic MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 in MP4 streams (muxed using YAMB/MP4box) and they work perfectly


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Support for YUY2 output
thx to this i can now connect to vmr9 without the need for the avi decompressor doing the colorspace conversion

some random speed comparison between yv12 and yuy2 output:

yv12: 72.32fps
yuy2: 67.47fps (-7%)

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is the colorspace conversion done in coreavc lossless?
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Old 13th January 2006, 13:29   #232  |  Link
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New build up :
http://coreavc.corecodec.org/CoreAVC20060113.7z

Version 0.0.0.4 Alpha (20060113) :
Support for VSSH FOURCC
Support for YUY2 output
Force anamorphic flag on renderer
It works absolutely great on my side! Great!

One question, how can i know what colorspace is used during the decoding? I use MPC. Is there a way to force the output colorspace to RGB? You can add the option in the control panel of DirectShow filter to decide the output color space?
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Old 13th January 2006, 13:39   #233  |  Link
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Isn't there a way to make GPU do all the colorspace conversions via directx or something? I still wonder why this things cannot be easily done via simple interfaces to the graphics adapter. Imo VMR9 should've been made that way though, connect with anything and convert via hardware to anything else ... but now I'd think filters could fix this up at least maybe ...
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Version 0.0.0.4 Alpha (20060113) :
Thx Haali , Toff , Picard , CoreCodec
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Isn't there a way to make GPU do all the colorspace conversions via directx or something? I still wonder why this things cannot be easily done via simple interfaces to the graphics adapter. Imo VMR9 should've been made that way though, connect with anything and convert via hardware to anything else ... but now I'd think filters could fix this up at least maybe ...
Agreed....

I wonder, would it be possible to place some "user settings" that can be accessed and adjusted via the filters "Properties" widow: -




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New build up :
http://coreavc.corecodec.org/CoreAVC20060113.7z

Version 0.0.0.4 Alpha (20060113) :
Support for VSSH FOURCC
Support for YUY2 output
Force anamorphic flag on renderer
Just great! With an YUY2 it's now possible to mess around with
saturation/brightness/contrast. Thx Core team. Keep up teh
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Old 13th January 2006, 17:43   #237  |  Link
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GPUs doing colorspace conversions is what causes so many problems with YUV levels being incorrectly converted to RGB for output, and why the big flamewar over ffdshow and/or vmr9 sucking erupted. Still, it's worth investigating if you need the speed and can find a colorspace it doesn't trash.
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Old 13th January 2006, 18:08   #238  |  Link
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I personally have trouble with VMR9/VMR7 whever I use FFDShow or CoreAVC. I pretty much stick to Ol' Fashioned Hardware Overlay.
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Old 14th January 2006, 03:37   #239  |  Link
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RGB24 for CoreAVC

Thank you CoreCodec team for your awesome work! Unfortuantely, my GeForce FX5200 (and MX400) don't do either YUY2 or YV12 colorspace conversions right - the result looks really ugly - faded, washed out colors.

When you get time, it would be really great to add RGB24 output to your decode filter, thanks!
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Old 14th January 2006, 09:49   #240  |  Link
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mpc 6481 + ffdshow = 40% cpu
tcpmp + ffmpeg = 20% cpu

not bad, but ogg vorbis volume goes down quite a bit compared to radlight decoder

what do i do with CoreAVC.ax so mpc will recognize it?
when i uninstall ffdshow it resorts to nero for x264 playback
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