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SantaClaus 18th November 2003 04:36 PM

Control over DirectShow (audio) codec selection
I have captured live TV with Xvid and mp3 (Fraunhofer) at 128 Kb/s and if I playback (with 1.00 RC1) on my XP-SP1-Dx90b box, BSplayer reports (options|filters|advanced) that it uses ACM Wrapper (quartz.dll {6A08CF80-0E18-11CF-A24D-0020AFD79767}) as Audio decoder and video and audio is in sync and everything is ok.
However, the same avi.file played back on my laptop (W2K-SP4-Dx90b) BSplayer reports MPEG Layer-3 Decoder (L3CODECX.AX) and video and audio is not in sync :cry:. RadLigth Filter manager report a merit value of 0x006000000 for the ACM Wrapper and a value of 0x008100000 for the MPEG Layer-3 Decoder on both machines. I would have expected that the MPEG Layer-3 Decoder should be selected on both machines resulting in video-audio sync problems :?.

Could anyone explain what are the BSplayer filter selection criteria and how could this happen and how can I control it? I am afraid that if I install any new piece of software the filter chain selection might be affected resulting in sync or other problems.

Where in the registry are these merit values stored?

SantaClaus 19th November 2003 05:23 PM

Control over DirectShow (audio) codec selection
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Just as a complement to my earlier posting below is first my W2k-laptop filter graph [/img]
followed by my XP-box filter graph

I am still confused :?

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