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Old 2011-06-19, 15:11   Link #1
Afternoon Tea
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Join Date: Mar 2010
Bad Full screen resolution quality and 1920x1080 very laggy!

I download both CCCP and K-lite Codec x64 and I'm Haali's media splitter as a directshow video output. I recently just switched to MPC (MPC - HC 32bit (x86) v1.5.0.2827) (not to x64 because x64 version makes my subtitles look weird) player from VLC media player in high hopes it would run better, but it doesn't yet; so I need help.

I'm using a HP Pavilion dv7-4165dx

Laptop Specs
Processor Name: AMD Phenom II N850 Triple-Core
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
Processor Speed: 2.2 GHz
Weight: 6.87 lb
Screen Size: 17.3 inches
Screen Size Type: widescreen
Graphics Card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250
Graphics Memory: 320
Storage Capacity: 640 GB
Rotation Speed: 5400 rpm
Networking Options: 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Primary Optical Drive: DVD+/-RW DL with Blu-Ray
Battery Type: 93 Whr (Watt hours)

My first question
I'm trying to play this Video thats 1280720 @ ~1550 kbps in "full screen" but when ever I do put it in full screen lines are out of place which makes the quality look bad (only when I use Haali's media splitter, but with out Haalis media splitter it can get really laggy when I use other video outputs) VLC has no problem with full screen.

Big Pictures, that's why I gave links
MPC "Standard"
MPC "Full screen"
VLC "Full screen"
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Second Question
When ever I run a video on media player classic that's 19201080, 23.976 fps, x264 Since I'm using ordered chapters most the time when the OP/ED starts up, it gets choppy and lags up a lot! Its not "as laggy" when I use Haali's media splitter as a directshow video output, but still decent amount of lag and choppy ness. If use any other video output (EVR custom press) its gets really laggy and choppy! I tired downloading the x64bit version of this but I get even more video lag and it gets really choppy, plus the subtitles dont look as clean as the version I have now, because in the x64 version the subtitles look like they have this black outline on them.
Please Help
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Old 2011-06-23, 09:47   Link #2
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Location: Sydney, Australia
I have replied in your ticket here: <- which video renderer produces this output? Open the/a file in MPC-HC and check the menu "Play> Filters" when you see video like that and tell me everything that is listed in that menu.
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Old 2011-06-23, 15:15   Link #3
Matroska > You
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Age: 37
I've got an Acer Aspire 4553, which has an Athlon P320 dual core@2GHz, and the same Radeon HD4250 on Windows 7x64.

Using Haali's renderer I do get some resizing problems, with lines here and there, but nothing so severe as OP's. Try updating your video driver, I'm using the latest Catalyst/Vision whatever AMD calls their mobile graphics suite these days.

I'd suggest you to change MPC-HC's renderer to EVR, anyway.
It performs better, has no resizing artifacts(sp?) and I can play 1920x1080 videos with ffdshow's ffmpeg-mt with no lag.

I've used Thora's release of Ore no Imouto 1080p version and AtsA's release of To aru kagaku no Railgun 720p for testing, for the record.

Last edited by Rockman-X; 2011-06-23 at 15:45.
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Old 2011-06-26, 00:20   Link #4
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Location: Toronto CANADA
why are you using Haali Renderer as your output in the first place? it's way outdated...
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