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Old 20th December 2008
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Default Why BSplayer uses HW acceleration only in VMR9 mode?

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I have Geforce 8200 GPU and when I am using BSplayer in regular Internal overlay option it doesn't use HW acceleration at all (CPU usage 30-50%)( I have cyberlink code installed for HD). When I'm switching to VMR9 rendering the CPU usage goes down to 5%-10%.

Why is that ? What should be done to use HW acceleration in BSplayer ? For example MPC HC does it by default.

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Did you happen to read this already?
http://bsplayer.com/en/bs.player/pro...=19#question17
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Yes sure, but it talks more about MPEG old acceleration which I do not need and dont have any issues with it. The problem reveals when playing HD movies, then internal overlay doesnt work well and I need to go with VMR9, BUT when I run Classic Media Player Home Cinema edition I dont have to configure VMR it uses internal overlay and CPU is running on 4%-6% which is very good performance.

Does BSplayer allow HW acceleration for HD in VMR9 mode only ?

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Default HD video hardware acceleration with overlay?

Are you sure these programs use overlay?

We will check this out.
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I dont know but it looks like they are.

One more ISSUE. Now I'm having "freeze" problem when running X.264 mkv files : like Dark Knight trailer and Planet Earth (with subtitles). BSplayer just got freeze when set on VMR9 (also with renderless). When I switch subtitles off or choosing Internal Overlay option - things start to work.

Media Player Classic HC - plays fine all these files.

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And the filters used by BSplayer to decode those videos? (with video playing -> right-click -> Options -> Filters -> Advanced)
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Im using CyberLink H.264 codec which comes with PowerDVD, also I am running the program GraphEdit build 011008 that shows me that the HD video is decoded by CyberLink indeed.
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