ffdshow raw video in a Windows 7 64 bits - Presets problem [SOLVED]

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  1. ced007

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    Hello,
    I followed this excellent guide to upscale videos on MePo, using ffdshow raw video in post-processing, before LAV-Video:
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...ering-play-back-plus-an-upscale-guide.108286/



    It works perfectly on my main HTPC (MePo server+client) which runs on W7 32bits.
    Now in my clients that runs on W7 64bits, I'm not able to load the ffdshow raw video presets, it loads the default preset only.
    I tried to install ffdshow 64bits with ffdshow 32bits but MePo always uses the 32 bits version, I tried to uninstall the ffdshow 32 bits version but then ffdshow is not available any more in the "postprocessing list" in the Video section of Mepo configuration.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks.
     
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    Fixed.
    I was not a problem of W7 64 bits at all but a problem with the preset itself that was incorrect.
    Sorry for the mistake.
     
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