Using vrm9 exclusive or not under Windows Vista

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  1. red5goahead
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    please note that problem using vmr9 under Windows Vista

    1) I enter in tvseries

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    2) select a series and an episode and play it.

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    so far so good.

    3) when the stop the play.
    I return to previous screen.

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    now the background is not present

    but the major problem is I return to previous one

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    all icons are disappear. sometime returning to main screen i got a complety blank screen. and sometimes the
    home page is empty.

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    note this problem is present only with MP renderer set to vmr9 exclusive mode or not exclusive mode either.
    with evr there is no problem.

    seems not related to tv-series plugin

    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...-issues-mp-1-0-a-50868/index2.html#post351845


    thanks a lot. :D


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    EVR is the recomended (and supported) video renderer under Vista. Still it sounds like a MP bug, but fixing it is not on a high priority.

    btw. you should post logs (as usual). Otherwise the bug report will be deleted.
     
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    I agree for prioruty but seems few problem with evr vsynch and reclock that not present with vmr9.
    so should be an alternative to evr. :D
     
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    Or current reclock author should fix reclocks code :)
     
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    it's true but with same condition, same filtergraph, same source mpc-hd work fine.
     
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