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  1. Member
    Join Date: Feb 2008
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    Hi!

    Im trying to play .TS files on my nettop. Its a ASRock ION 330, with a dual-core ATOM and a Nvidia ION GPU. Im using latest MPC-HC version. I disable internal TS LAV splitter and video/audio decoders. Im using external latest version Haali splitter among with latest version Core AVC (3.0.1) and Core AAC (2.0) decoders.

    The file is a .TS container, with a 1080p H.264 video stream and AAC audio stream.

    If I use internal LAV splitter and A/V decoders, the audio plays fine, but the tiny ASRock is not powerful to a smooth play.

    When I switch to external Haali and Core AVC/AAC decoders, the video smooth play is amazing (NVidia ION CUDA HW decoder is used) but theres no audio. And looks like that Haali splitter is the culprit, as seems its failing to extract the audio track.

    Im using Windows 7 64-bit, with 64-bit MPC-HC version.

    Any tips? Any help try is appreciated!

    PS: Im on work now, and unable to provided more tech details, but I can provided it at home, by request.


    Best regards,
    Luis Santos
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    try: internal lavSplitter + external CoreAVC/AAC
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    I tried! But (and I dont known the reason) if I select the internal LAV splitter Im unable to use the externals Core AVC decoders. I correctly select the internal LAV splitter for .TS files and desselected internal H264 decoder. I even register the CoreAvc decoders on external filters.

    As I always enable systray icons for all decoder (therefor its easy to check which one is been used) I che
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  4. vanished El Heggunte's Avatar
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    So you mean that LAV Video cannot use the GPU for decoding H.264 video
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    Originally Posted by El Heggunte View Post
    So you mean that LAV Video cannot use the GPU for decoding H.264 video
    I didnt say that. I aware that LAV filters are modern video decoders, wihich are able to perform GPU HW decoding.

    But Im a result oriented user. And by my experience on my ASRock ION 330 (with a little dual-core ATOM and a ION NVidia GPU) Core AVC paid (and Im a registered user) runs too much better than any other alternative. And believe me: I tried almost everything.

    But Im always open to new ideas. Although Im a paid registered user for Core AVC decoder, I would easy forget it If a found a free open software alternative that performs better.
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    I had an idea: at home I will download latest version LAV filters (http://github.com/Nevcairiel/LAVFilters). And try to to use LAV splitter as an external filter. I think, with this approach, I would be able to use LAV splitter along with Core AVC/AAC decoders.

    I will update this posted as soon I had concluded this test.
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  7. vanished El Heggunte's Avatar
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    I see.

    Then please give a try to AV Splitter, perhaps it doesn't have problems with CoreAVC

    (which afaik became abandonware, right? ).

    Another option: MPC-BE --- or its standalone MPEG Splitter, at least
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