SAF v4.00 ''stable'' (StandAlone Filters) - DXVA ready (H.264 and VC-1). | Page 336

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Should i integrate FFDshow in to SAF?

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    when using the Dvxa OFF thing in Start/saf/MPC-HC
    nothing happens. no confirmation, or nothing??


     
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    Yes.
     
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    Will try that... :D
     
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    Problems with Full HD video content - stuttering

    Hi,
    I am following this thread since very long and SAF is a great thing.
    But I still have problem with Full HD video content. When playback I have stuttering in video (quite small, but recognizable when having moving landscape or similar).

    Here is my setup:
    Graphic: ATI Radeon 3200 HD (on board)
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H (rev.1.0)
    4GB RAM
    Windows XP, SP3
    ATI CCC 9.5
    SAF 4.0 beta9
    MP 1.0.2
    Codec: PDVD9 DXVA enabled
    BIOS setting:
    - Graphic using 512 MB
    - latest BIOS update already done (version F11 from 2009/09/16)
    latest chipset and audio drivers installed


    What I have already tried:
    In Windows:
    - turn DXVA off --> not good
    - use codec: MPV or ffdshow --> MPV (not good - no DXVA); ffdshow - same as PDVD9; CoreAVC not working at all
    - changed from VMR to EVR --> (as expected) worse
    - same effect when starting from Windows Media Player, PDVD8 player, or inside MP
    . tested with .mkv's (h265 inside)
    . BluRay disk directly
    . Apple trailers from internet (.mov) (here I think DXVA is not available) using MyTrailers-Plugin
    - VLC player: very strong stuttering - not viewable

    in BIOS:
    - turned Cool'n'Quied to disabled: no effect
    - turned GPU frequency to 700 MHz (additionally to CnQ off): no effect


    Shall I also try?
    - to increase in BIOS the HT frequency - but to which value?
    - to change settings in CCC? right now everything is set to "use application settings". what to change?

    additional info:
    - playing 720p recorded via MP is no problem at all.
    - playing DVD no problem
    - DXVA is working as CPU load stays below 30%


    I read in many forums my hardware should be capable to playback full HD content without problems. Isn't it?

    Can you please help me?

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    bart
     
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    Try old good catalyst 8.5.

    Warning!

    Do not update QuickTime Alternative to version 3.00!
    Your *.MOVSD wil be not longer working after update!


    Use older version 2.92 instead.
     
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    Hi Hoborg,
    Tried CCC 8.5 - same effect.
    Going back to 9.5.

    Something else in mind what I could try?
     
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    You can try 9.10 too, there was some DXVA update acording to changelog.
    BTW, what CPU do you have?
     
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    CCC 9.1 I tried as well, as it came with the last chipset-update (accidantly). - same effect. Went back to 9.5 - same.

    My CPU is:
    AMD DualCore, 4850e 2,5GHz
     
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    i mean 9.10 not old 9.1.

    ...i have bad felling you hit limitation of your chipset.
    If you have chance to try, test ATI 4550 - i have this card (fanless) and it runs without any issue on my HTPC WinXP based.
     
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    This combination of CPU and motherboard is not ok.
    You can fix it by replacing the CPU with a HT 3.0 processor or change the GPU.

    More details:
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...5/user-experience-amd-780g-mediaportal-43361/
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...e-quality-vista-gigabyte-ga-ma78gm-s2h-46279/
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/general-62/migration-amd-690g-780g-40706/
    The Official Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H RS780 mATX Thread - AVS Forum
     
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