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Forum: General Talk And Support 19th April 2006
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Posted By J7N
No, I've never used subtitles in MPEG-2 PS or TS,...

No, I've never used subtitles in MPEG-2 PS or TS, except OCR'd them.
Forum: General Talk And Support 18th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
It doesn't do any processing of the decoded data...

It doesn't do any processing of the decoded data by default. VLC uses the same free libraries as ffdshow.


If your comp is slow compared to the content you are going to play, I recommend...
Forum: General Talk And Support 13th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
Ordinateur? The one who puts things in order. I...

Ordinateur? The one who puts things in order. I like that. :)


Any time, as soon as some new info about hi-res videos arrives...
Forum: General Talk And Support 13th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
There's enough confusion already with 1024 and...

There's enough confusion already with 1024 and 1000, "k" and "K", Bit/bit/b. Please don't introduce these octets. :shock:
I wonder how French call bits...
Forum: General Talk And Support 12th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
Well, same here. I compared regular 350 MB MPEG-4...

Well, same here. I compared regular 350 MB MPEG-4 rip (1.1 MBit/s) with a MPEG-2 music video of approx the same resolution. XviD required less computing power. I could barely play the MPEG2 with...
Forum: General Talk And Support 12th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
Let alone the new kibi (Ki) and mibi (Mi) for...

Let alone the new kibi (Ki) and mibi (Mi) for now, I don't like them. I think bits should always be expressed in decimal manner, where 1 kBit = 1000 Bit.




and media stream bitrates closely...
Forum: General Talk And Support 12th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
It is up to you to determine how fast your box...

It is up to you to determine how fast your box is, as I did with my old computer. I can only help with tips how to use all of your computing power for decoding – the thing you need right now.


I...
Forum: General Talk And Support 12th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
Why don't you check yourself with VLC? I know 1.2...

Why don't you check yourself with VLC? I know 1.2 MBit/s MPEG4 ASP with AC-3 can barely be played on a 400 MHz Celeron.


Make sure you don't mess megabits and megabytes. A megabyte contains 8.38...
Forum: General Talk And Support 10th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
:) :wink: It will be useful if you tell other...

:) :wink:
It will be useful if you tell other users how did you make the videos play properly.

I think the creators of these clips have tried to squeeze hi-res content in a bitrate apropriate for...
Forum: General Talk And Support 10th April 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
GPU memory is used for displaying the video and...

GPU memory is used for displaying the video and most likely also scaling (resampling). This is not a 3D game where textures have to be kept in mem.

Maybe you have too many filters installed and...
Forum: General Talk And Support 11th March 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
So this is the problem. I won't say anything...

So this is the problem. I won't say anything about the quality of post-processed video, that's subjective. But it will be better @ 24 fps, I think. ;)
Forum: General Talk And Support 11th March 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
Do you use deblocking or other post-processing?

Do you use deblocking or other post-processing?
Forum: General Talk And Support 11th March 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
(•)...

(•) http://trailers.divx.com/Fox/ThankYouForSmoking_HD.zip [1280*544 px]

It used 15% of my Pentium 4 2.66 GHz, when decoding using FFDSHOW without any post-processing functions turned on. This is...
Forum: General Talk And Support 11th March 2006
Replies: 41
Views: 21,518
Posted By J7N
What is the video format? Have you turned off all...

What is the video format? Have you turned off all processing, deinterlace? MPEG2 usually are not in avi and the container format doesn't say much at all. H264 for example requires very fast CPU.
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