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Old 16th June 2013, 10:09   #1221  |  Link
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Some more files having issues (I have bitstreaming enabled)

1. http://www.mediafire.com/watch/smqnuhjgxaf1841/test.m4a - Pauses automatically

2. http://www.hifistatement.info/downlo...heme_24-96.wav - Doesn't play

3. aif files don't play. I am not sure if they are supported. Example https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...parkly_48k.aif

4. Any file with sampling rate greater than 48kHz, is displayed in my AVR as 48kHz. I am not sure if I am missing any settings. Example http://www.rarewares.org/rja/Yes-Rou...96kHz_5.1.flac

5. 2 Channel files with sampling rate greater than 48kHz are displayed as Multichannel PCM 5.1 in my AVR. Example files could be obtained from here http://www.unipheyemusic.com/filetest.cfm

6. This file produces static noise sometimes, sometimes there is no audio and sometimes it plays fine. It produces issues normally when it is after another file in playlist and it starts to play after the first one has ended playing. http://trailers.apple.com/movies/ind...ion_h1080p.mov

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Old 16th June 2013, 11:56   #1222  |  Link
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Some more files having issues (I have bitstreaming enabled)

1. http://www.mediafire.com/watch/smqnuhjgxaf1841/test.m4a - Pauses automatically

2. http://www.hifistatement.info/downlo...heme_24-96.wav - Doesn't play

3. aif files don't play. I am not sure if they are supported. Example https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...parkly_48k.aif

4. Any file with sampling rate greater than 48kHz, is displayed in my AVR as 48kHz. I am not sure if I am missing any settings. Example http://www.rarewares.org/rja/Yes-Rou...96kHz_5.1.flac

5. 2 Channel files with sampling rate greater than 48kHz are displayed as Multichannel PCM 5.1 in my AVR. Example files could be obtained from here http://www.unipheyemusic.com/filetest.cfm

6. This file produces static noise sometimes, sometimes there is no audio and sometimes it plays fine. It produces issues normally when it is after another file in playlist and it starts to play after the first one has ended playing. http://trailers.apple.com/movies/ind...ion_h1080p.mov
What audio renderer you use. See Filters list on playback.

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http://www.mediafire.com/watch/smqnuhjgxaf1841/test.m4a - LAV also failed.

for .aif - need install LAV. http://www.hifistatement.info/download_petrocca/Deborahs_Theme_24-96.wav - also. MPC-BE don't have internal splitter for aif/wav files.
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Old 18th June 2013, 15:29   #1223  |  Link
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Media Player Classic - BE 1.2.0.3 Win32 (Stable release):
Media Player Classic - BE 1.2.0.3 x86 (with installer)
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Standalone Filters Media Player Classic - BE 1.2.0.3 x86

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Media Player Classic - BE 1.2.0.3 x64 (with installer)
Media Player Classic - BE 1.2.0.3. x64 (portable)
Standalone Filters Media Player Classic - BE 1.2.0.3 x64

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Media Player Classic - BE 1.2.0.3 Source Code

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Old 18th June 2013, 15:56   #1224  |  Link
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stable version
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Old 18th June 2013, 17:30   #1225  |  Link
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What audio renderer you use. See Filters list on playback.
I am using System Default for Audio Renderer

4. http://www.rarewares.org/rja/Yes-Rou...96kHz_5.1.flac



5. 2 Channel high resolution files that show up as Multichannel PCM 5.1
(a). Sampling rate 96kHz, bit depth 24bit



(b). Sampling rate 192kHz, bit depth 24bit

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Old 18th June 2013, 22:28   #1227  |  Link
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Interlaced VC-1 decoded thru software, finally?
Yes!

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I am using System Default for Audio Renderer

4. http://www.rarewares.org/rja/Yes-Rou...96kHz_5.1.flac



5. 2 Channel high resolution files that show up as Multichannel PCM 5.1
(a). Sampling rate 96kHz, bit depth 24bit



(b). Sampling rate 192kHz, bit depth 24bit

Because Windows mix in format, that you set in Sound Settings. I think you settings is 5.1
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Hi fellas.
Please, test MPC Audio Renderer in WASAPI Exclusive mode.
What's done: in this test build, MPC Audio Renderer trying transmit data as is, without any changes (also it ignore system settings), in case if selected modes are supported in system.
For example:
we have: 5.1 24bit 48000

Decoder's output: 2.0 32bit 96000
Renderer's output: 2.0 32bit 96000

In this case we will have stereo only. And vice-versa:
we have: 2.0 24bit 96000

Decoder's output: 5.1 32bit 44100
Renderer's output: 5.1 32bit 44100

And again, only in case if your system is support such modes, if not - sound mixer will catch this up and you will see default behavior.
In case of success, bit-exact output will be performed from audio decoder to device.


P.S. - If something doesn't work - show me the screenshot of "Status" tab in MPC Audio Renderer preferences window.
http://aleksoid.voserver.net/MPC-BE/...I_EXCLUSIVE.7z
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Because Windows mix in format, that you set in Sound Settings. I think you settings is 5.1
Yes you are right.
Which one should I choose then?

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Yes you are right.
Which one should I choose then?

Test this build http://aleksoid.voserver.net/MPC-BE/...I_EXCLUSIVE.7z

First step - select MPC Audio Renderer on Options->Output->Audio Renderer. in MPC Audio Renderer select WASAPI Exclusive mode.
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Congratulations, and again.
You should congratulate and thank the good people at ffmpeg for implementing it.
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How's performance, compared to the MS VC-1 decoder?
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Finally, thx guys!
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How's performance, compared to the MS VC-1 decoder?
Its faster on some samples, slower on others. Frame-Interlaced and Progressive samples are slightly faster (~10%), field-interlaced are same speed or even slightly slower.

However its not bit-exact because some loop filtering is still missing, and there are some VC1 samples that don't work yet.

You can turn off the WMV9 DMO in LAV for a direct comparison.
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It doesn't output to the same format for me:


My audio card support up to 192KHz(I tried setting it at 48KHz instead and it dindn't change anything) and 24bit from what I understand: http://ca.asus.com/en/Multimedia/Aud...specifications
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It doesn't output to the same format for me:


My audio card support up to 192KHz(I tried setting it at 48KHz instead and it dindn't change anything) and 24bit from what I understand: http://ca.asus.com/en/Multimedia/Aud...specifications
You use my test build ?
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I did
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Test this build http://aleksoid.voserver.net/MPC-BE/...I_EXCLUSIVE.7z

First step - select MPC Audio Renderer on Options->Output->Audio Renderer. in MPC Audio Renderer select WASAPI Exclusive mode.
With the settings as mentioned in this post, I am able to obtain bit-exact playback with wav files. But the issue remains the same with hi resolution lossless wma files.
Example wma files could be obtained from here
ftp://www.unipheyemusic.com/audio/TestPageSamples
here
http://www.gimell.com/recording-free...wnloads-1.aspx
and here
http://www.gimell.com/recording-free...wnloads-2.aspx
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