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Media Player Classic HomeCinema

Posted on Saturday, March 08 2008 @ 19:09:17 CET by

New features:
  • Custom presenter now support DXVA2, and display hardware acceleration mode in Jitter test information.
  • Internal video decoder based on ffmpeg for Flash video (FLV4, VP5,VP6), AMV, Mpeg4, SQV, Theora, VC1, XVID, and DivX
  • Internal video decoder H264 with DXVA 1 acceleration (using VMR9 or overlay on XP) and DXVA2 (using EVR on Vista).
  • Korean translation
  • FAAD library updated to 2.6
  • Standalone filter renamed to be prefixed by "MPC - xxx"
  • CSS classes added in WebServer (request #1885296)
Bugs fixed:
  • Incorrect colors on video when using YUV mixing and "VMR Color controls"
  • PN31 driver installation was not working
  • MPC graph manager now use the same filter priority as WMP and graphedit (clsid patch)
  • MPC-HC is now recognize as an application by SUMo (http://www.kcsoftwares.com/index.php?sumo)
  • Ghost horizontal and vertical lines with Pixel Shader resizer (especially on ATI graphics card)
  • Crash in FLV splitter with file containing 0 bytes packets
  • Button "Video" in format property page didn't select images anymore
  • So sound in some FLV video with Nellymoser audio track
  • Multimedia keys (mute, vol+-, ...) was captured by MPC even if option "global media keys" was off
  • YUV mixing is now disable with Vista (not supported by Vista VMR9, and cause black screen)

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