Mediaportal different in window- and fullscreen mode + can't connect GraphEdit

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  1. gnavox

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    Hi,

    I've been trying to get my HTPC (Vista 64-bit) to playback both 23.976-24p HD and 25p PAL DVD's smoothly, but it's very difficult to make it work. I am mixing around with ReClick and ATI Catalyst Control Center and am not sure what I am doing.

    I noticed that I get severe stutter from my PAL DVD's (ripped to Video_TS folders) in MediaPortal while it's in full screen. Almost 50% of the frames are dropped. If I reduce it to windowed mode, there is no stutter at all and the reported avg. fps is 50. Why is there a difference between fullscreen and window mode?



    I have tried to connect GraphEdit to see what's going on, but while I can see the name of a graph under "Remote Graph", the graph is empty when I open it.

    Best regards.
     
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    I don't think I can do that in Vista x64.

    When I go to Run -> regsvr32 proppage.dll, I am informed that I may need another version of regsvr32 to register the dll in this operating system.

    Btw - I downloaded the Windows SDK and registred the 64-bit proppage.dll from it with no luck..
     
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    I've added some information now.
     
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    If you are on Vista64, try putting it in C:\Windows\SysWOW64 and regsvr32 it from there. Hope this helps.
     
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