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    Re: SAF v5.00 experimental (based on FFDShow DXVA decoder)

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    If you are using SAF (FFDShow) subtitle engine, just press CTRL+ALT+numpad +/- for "on the fly" subtitles delay.


     
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    Re: SAF v5.00 experimental (based on FFDShow DXVA decoder)

    Thx. Its working if i am using ffdshow subtitiles engine, but if i use mediaportal built in subtitle engine it's not. When playing xvid/divx (avi container) videos its not a problem, but watching 720p and 1080p (mkv) videos it will disable DXVA and will put on knees my processor. Any workaround?
     
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    Re: SAF v5.00 experimental (based on FFDShow DXVA decoder)

    You need ask in correct thread, not here, this is not SAF related.
     
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    Re: SAF v5.00 experimental (based on FFDShow DXVA decoder)

    @Hoborg, can you test for me with MP and or Graphstudio what the load is of your ATI5450 when watching HD TV + deinterlacing? You can monitor the GPU activity (and temperature) in CCC overdrive tab . :) I found out/learned it does matter if you have full screen or windowed small screen, so can you specify that ? :) If its too much fuzz its ok as well.
    The load of ATI4350 is with
    1/2 screen ~60%
    3/4 screen ~70-85%
    1/1 screen (not tested yet, will do tonight)

    @globaldonkey Thanks for the response too :)
     
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    Can you provide testing sample (i do not have acess to HDTV)?

    I will only test under Graphstudio, i do not have MePo installed on my HTPC.
     
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    Re: SAF v5.00 experimental (based on FFDShow DXVA decoder)

    Hi Hoborg,

    I created a captures (TS)
    It is avc1 (MPEG2 1920x1080) 25fps if im not mistaking...

    You can grab it here:
    https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B5Fv4ZUMn12ZMjNhMzg0ZmUtMDhmMC00MTkzLTk3YjAtZTdiZjkxNWUyYTA0&hl=en

    i tested this file in full screen in graphedit and mepo. its between 77-83% activity of the hd4350
    Funny thing is, the GPU activity is fairly constant. The CPU load throttles from 20-90% up and down every time I see a frame-drop is about to occur.
     
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    File is not available :(
     
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    I tested your sample under WinXP and graphstudio, ATI 5450 + PDVD10 DXVA decoder, 720p (fullscreen), ATI edge ench. and de-noise enabled (values set to "1") +enforce smooth video playback enabled - GPU load was ~80-85% (FFDShov DXVA decoder have ~60%) - perfect playback.
     
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    Re: SAF v5.00 experimental (based on FFDShow DXVA decoder)

    hoborg: A bit OT, but do you know what the "enforce smooth video playback" actually does?
     
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    Re: SAF v5.00 experimental (based on FFDShow DXVA decoder)

    It adjusts the enhancements/eye candy in a way your graphics card can handle it. For example: I turns edge enhancement off or de-interlacing.
    Just leave this option unticked if your VGA is powerfull enough :)

    --correct me if I'm wrong. But this is what I think it's doing (after trying).
     
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