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Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 28th April 2009
Replies: 15
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Posted By adicoto
:)) Nice question :)) Aero is that nice...

:)) Nice question :))

Aero is that nice glassy looking interface of Vista. The one that allows you to flip between the opened windows using Win + Tab keys for example. Or set the windows to have...
Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 28th April 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 9,304
Posted By adicoto
Yes, it seems that on ffdshow configuration...

Yes, it seems that on ffdshow configuration window, last codec modified remains highlighted. My mistake then.
So, while file is playing, go to filters -> ffdshow video decoder, info & CPU and there...
Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 27th April 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 9,304
Posted By adicoto
When you go to ffdshow window from inside the...

When you go to ffdshow window from inside the player, the filter used to decode the stream it's highlighted. In this case it's H264/AVC.
Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 27th April 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 9,304
Posted By adicoto
Go to the same filters window and see if CoreAVC...

Go to the same filters window and see if CoreAVC is there. But probably you have to disable ffdshow's support for x264. To do that go to ffdshow video decoder configuration (in start -> all...
Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 26th April 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 9,304
Posted By adicoto
Usually, MKV 1080p files are x264 compressed. It...

Usually, MKV 1080p files are x264 compressed. It can also be WMV, DivX or Xvid (in this order of probability).
To know ehich of them we talk about, open the file, rightclick -> options -> filters...
Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 26th April 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 9,304
Posted By adicoto
For a x264 compressed file if you use CoreAVC as...

For a x264 compressed file if you use CoreAVC as video decoder, a Dual CPU around 2,2 GHz and about 1 GB of memory should be enough to play the file with no problems.
Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 26th April 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 9,304
Posted By adicoto
It does not changes nothing in the movie....

It does not changes nothing in the movie. Internal renderer uses the engine designed by BSPlayer's creators to display the image, while EVR uses microsft's engine (Enhanced Video Renderer). I never...
Forum: Answered And Solved Questions 26th April 2009
Replies: 15
Views: 9,304
Posted By adicoto
So you are runing windows vista or windows seven....

So you are runing windows vista or windows seven. If you really want to have Aero enabled when BSPlayer runs a movie, then EVR it's your answer. If not, I personally preffer to use Internal renderer...
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