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  1. Hello. I'm using both Windows 7 x64 and Server 2003 x64. I'm opening a BD-Rip video with the following video parameters: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1920x1080 59.94fps [V: BDRip by Vladdrako [jpn] (h264 high 10 L5.0, yuv420p10le, 1920x1080) in Media Player Classic running under both operating systems.
    I'm using the same laptop and the same version of MPC-HC for both operating systems. But the picture quality when I open the same video in different OS's is different. Picture quality of the one opened under Win2003 is worse with a white noise present. I'm posting here some examples.
    What's the reason for that? Can the picture quality be improved under Win2003 (WinXP)?
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    Originally Posted by remdale View Post
    I'm opening a BD-Rip video with the following video parameters: MPEG4 Video (H264) 1920x1080 59.94fps
    1920x1080 @59.94fps isn't BD.
    - My sister Ann's brother

  3. Sorry, I'm not an expert, but it is stated that it's a BD-Rip.

  4. Maybe its 59.94i or its newer name 29.97 from BD but deinterlaced to 59.94 fps. It seems that it is warez, so no help here.

    But check renderer settings in MPC-HC or MPC-BE, seems like 16-235 limited vs 0-255 full.

    This thread will be closed for sure.

  5. You just have a levels difference. Go to the graphics driver's video settings and adjust the levels. Look for a setting like "0-255" vs. "16-235". The player may have this setting also.
    Last edited by jagabo; 23rd Dec 2018 at 17:28.

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    Originally Posted by flashandpan007 View Post
    Maybe its 59.94i or its newer name 29.97 from BD but deinterlaced to 59.94 fps.
    Then it's not a rip, it's a re-encode. People use "rip" to mean anything. It's annoying. Think I'll go into the kitchen and rip a sandwich.
    - My sister Ann's brother

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    remdale-Please do not ask for help on illegally downloaded videos,this is against forum rules,this thread is closed.
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