Just ditched PotPlayer for MPC-BE (due to the latter's built-in ICC color management), and have been fairly busy porting over settings these past few days. Finished this morning, but immediately ran into a problem. Upon playing ANY stream, the sound cuts out occasionally throughout the video (usually when the framerate drops below 40 FPS). Also, the video gets out-of-sync, and I don't get audio cuts out as well. When I pause, the video keeps on going for a while before it actually pauses. I notice all this only happens with the ffdshow raw video filter checked in "External Filters".
Here's my setup:
All external filters set to "Prefer".
Miscellaneous: I use EVR-CP as my default video renderer, and MPC Audio Renderer (24-bit int in Wasapi Shared Mode) as my default audio renderer. I have SVP installed alongside ffdshow tryouts. The filter for Avisynth is turned on in the ffdshow raw video filter.
Please help and thanks!
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For stability reasons, I reverted from the ffdshow Audio Decoder back to the LAV Audio Decoder. Also ended up changing the default audio renderer to Default DirectSound Device outputting 16-bits. Added the ffdshow Audio Processor for processing audio.
Still can't get online videos to stream smoothly...
Worked around the problem. Had to disable SVP's real-time interpolation to 60fps for online videos -- which is kinda sad, as I previously had SVP working for streaming online videos in PotPlayer, but at least I got videos on YouTube and other sites to stream smoothly again (the 3DYD YouTube Source filter has been set to "Prefer" and has been given priority for HTTP streaming sources; I can say that it works great -- supports every video on YouTube I play it on. For everything else besides YouTube, the LAV Splitter Source works fine.).