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Rosen 2011-01-22 12:59

displaying subtiles
 
I was wondering what is the difference and the best to use between Media Player Classic internal subtitle renderer, DirectVobSub and ffdshow.

spikexp 2011-01-22 15:24

http://www.codecguide.com/faq_subtitles.htm
Should answer your question.

Rosen 2011-01-22 17:19

not really, i wanted people opinions.

spikexp 2011-01-22 17:29

Well, it's answer your question about the difference.

MPC internal, to be able to use DXVA. I've never had any problem with the MPC rendering.

TheFluff 2011-01-22 23:08

MPC internal has two advantages, namely a) it can render at the display resolution rather than at the video resolution (= sharper text, but slower rendering), and b) it works with DXVA. Other than that (and a few odd quirks) it's functionally identical to DirectVobSub (they use the same codebase). It used to have some compatibility problems because it rendered at the display resolution and could render text outside the image, which lead to problems with softsubbed signs, but I believe it defaults to sane settings now.

ffdshow's subtitle renderer is a piece of shit and should never be used (it doesn't support large and commonly used parts of the ASS subtitle format used by fansubbers).

Rosen 2011-01-23 01:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheFluff (Post 3451584)
MPC internal has two advantages, namely a) it can render at the display resolution rather than at the video resolution (= sharper text, but slower rendering), and b) it works with DXVA. Other than that (and a few odd quirks) it's functionally identical to DirectVobSub (they use the same codebase). It used to have some compatibility problems because it rendered at the display resolution and could render text outside the image, which lead to problems with softsubbed signs, but I believe it defaults to sane settings now.

ffdshow's subtitle renderer is a piece of shit and should never be used (it doesn't support large and commonly used parts of the ASS subtitle format used by fansubbers).

ah, thanks for your the information.


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