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Old 1st September 2015, 21:04   #3241  |  Link
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I already contacted Mediainfo developers some years ago. They told me that this has to do with the first and the last frames of the video. For mp4 container it only uses the middle frames, but for this dash container with mp4 extension it includes all frames resulting in variable framerate vbr which is not true. They told me to spend money to get this fixed.
Can you check these dash files with special tools. Maybe you know something, I don't.
And if you mux the videostream of the dash file to a mkv, MediaInfo tells us 23.976 cfr.
Quite strange thing, but I think we should check this very deep.
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Old 1st September 2015, 21:40   #3242  |  Link
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"The custom timing feature is usable, but not without its quirks. Adding a custom resolution is straightforward. Setting the vertical parameters to values similar to the ones in the screenshot above achieves desired results, but the 23 Hz resolution gets saved as 24 Hz."
Source: http://www.anandtech.com/show/5969/z...-640-review-/5

I tried that also, but same happened.

If the Information is not up to date let me know. I want to learn
Is there any better than hd4600? Still 23.972 or have the New nvidias true 23.976?
Would be nice to know that. Otherwise i must buy one test and send back which i don't want to do.
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Old 1st September 2015, 21:47   #3243  |  Link
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of cause they have proper 23p.

but even with the clock from my HD 4400 i get a repeated frame every ~13 min.

you can buy 10 gtx 960 all and they will not have the same clock same for onboard sound/sound cards.

aiming for the theoretical perfect clock of 23.97602 hz doesn't really help at all. you have to match the reference clock with is usually the audio clock and it is very unlikely to be 23.97602hz.
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Old 3rd September 2015, 04:41   #3244  |  Link
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Why does mpc play only audio of h.265 files? I'm on latest version of k-lite mega codec pack!
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Old 4th September 2015, 06:05   #3245  |  Link
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MPC-BE crashing on a video.
Here is the dump
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File Type: rar mpc-be64.exe.1.4.5.677.rar (28.8 KB, 8 views)
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Old 4th September 2015, 07:52   #3246  |  Link
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MPC-BE crashing on a video.
Here is the dump
What version MPC-BE ?? upload a video, or short sample. But - don't use forums - use external file uploaders.
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Sorry for being late to my respond, but I was ready to make another comment about the issue, when I saw that you had updated your post with a link to a new build that I wasn't aware of.

Anyway, I tried that build just now and unfortunately it crashes exactly like all the others from 1.3.1.1.4477.x86 and above.
Anything new ?

Is there someone looking on this ?

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Old 4th September 2015, 09:57   #3248  |  Link
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Why does mpc play only audio of h.265 files? I'm on latest version of k-lite mega codec pack!
Are you sure you're in the right forum?
MPC-BE in K-Lite?
Anyway. I recommend not using K-Lite.

Better you use MPC-HC with integrated LAV Filters
https://mpc-hc.org/
https://nightly.mpc-hc.org/

Or you can use MPC-BE with internal Filters and if you want set ffdshow or LAV Filters as external Filters. But don't have to, the internal are very nice.

Then we can talk here ...
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Old 4th September 2015, 10:05   #3249  |  Link
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Yes, it would be better.


Typical file:
DefaultDuration = 41708333
AvgTimePerFrame = 41708333 / 100 = 417083
FPS = 1000000 / 417083 = 23.976

Your file:
DefaultDuration = 41711111
AvgTimePerFrame = 41711111 / 100 = 417111
FPS = 1000000 / 417111 = 23.974


I checked the muxed MKV with MediaInfo in advanced mode under debug:
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Duration : 225017
Duration : 3mn 45s
Duration : 3mn 45s 17ms
Duration : 00:03:45.017
Duration : 00:03:45.017 (00:03:45;01)
Frame rate : 23.976
Frame rate : 23.976 fps
Frame count : 5395
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If I calculate the time 225017ms diveded with number of frames 5395, then I get 41,708433734939759036144578313253ms
then 1/x and then x 1000
--> 23,97596626032699751574325495407
which is quite exact 23.976 and not 23.974
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Old 4th September 2015, 16:45   #3250  |  Link
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Your method will not work for VFR video. In addition, it requires the analysis of the entire file.

DefaultDuration parameter recorded in the header of your file.
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OK, I see. Do you know why MPC-BE displays 23.980 for the dash file?
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unable to load subtitle with xysub filter if subtitle is a external file.
If subtitle is embedded,it loads with xy subfilter properly.
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https://www.sendspace.com/file/yn9yfz

Almost all subtitles between 00:21 and 01:30 are shown later than they should be.

(using build 721)

VLC: normal
MPC-HC: normal
MPC-HC with Xysubfilter: normal
MPC-BE: has this problem
MPC-BE with XySubfilter: has this problem
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Old 5th September 2015, 20:08   #3254  |  Link
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Check build 731.

MPC-BE 1.4.5 (build 731) beta - x86, x64.
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Check build 731.

MPC-BE 1.4.5 (build 731) beta - x86, x64.
I think it is fixed now.
Thanks
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Old 10th September 2015, 04:46   #3256  |  Link
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Be about time to release 1.4.5 now wouldn't it?
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Old 10th September 2015, 10:46   #3257  |  Link
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Updated german Translation. I sent you a pm

Feature request: Delay timer like MPC-HC has it. I made a request there some time ago and they added it.
Reason: Every TV or monitor needs some seconds when switching from one refresh rate to another.
Please use also the delay when switching between D3D-fullscreen and window-mode. This is very important.
I think the time should be adjustable since the time the displays need is different from one to another.
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Old 10th September 2015, 15:41   #3258  |  Link
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I do not understand what kind of delay in question.
Like madVR? There screen flashes after a few seconds switching to full screen. This will not happen, because bad idea.
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a TV needs a long time to change refresh rates.

if you change the refresh rate from 60 hz to 23 hz the screen can be black for over a sec but audio is still played.

with other words there should be an option to delay playback when the refresh rate changed.
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Old 10th September 2015, 16:46   #3260  |  Link
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Exactly. The feature they added for me is located here

If set to 0 it is like now, but for users like me this option is very important. No flashing

Note that I set it to 8 secs (!!) so the video starts after the OSD Info of my Samsung monitor and on my Samsung TV disappears.
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