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potenzaturka 29th March 2008 02:45 AM

how can i do enable vmr9 renderless ?
 
i wanna do enable vmr9 in bsplayer but i cant find where this option.
please may you tell me where is this option?

adicoto 29th March 2008 06:13 AM

Open BSplayer, rightclick -> options -> preferencies -> video. Now..on the right hand you have 4 tabs: General, OSD, OSD options and video rendering. Go to video rendering TAB and fom the drop-down box you can select the rendering system you want. VMR9 renderless it's one of them.

potenzaturka 29th March 2008 10:33 AM

thanks dude.. :)
and more one question..
what is ''USE yuv mixing mode with VMR renderer''
is it a good thing? lol:

adicoto 29th March 2008 10:40 AM

YUV Mixing Mode

Microsoft DirectShow 9.0

YUV Mixing Mode
This topic applies to Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later.

In Windows XP Service Pack 2, the VMR supports a mixing mode called YUV mixing mode. This mode is most useful for advanced TV or DVD applications. It trades some of the power of the VMR mixer for better performance on low end graphics hardware that uses a unified memory architecture design. YUV mixing mode is supported on both the VMR-7 and VMR-9.


http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms788177(VS.85).aspx

potenzaturka 29th March 2008 10:59 AM

my hardware configration is:
x1950 pro,2 gb ram,e6300
do i need to select this option when i use vmr9

adicoto 29th March 2008 11:32 AM

Your card does support YUV mode, it will take some of the CPU pressure to decode by itself the video streams.

potenzaturka 29th March 2008 12:11 PM

so,i dont have to select this option.is it true?

adicoto 29th March 2008 01:45 PM

If you select it, it will be used.
If you don't select it it won't be used.
Your choice.

potenzaturka 29th March 2008 11:27 PM

ok dude,i understand :oops:


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