Guide to using FFDshow. Setup Instructions.

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Guide to using FFDshow. Setup Instructions.

video guide at youtube link.

overview
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Step 1.) install software: avisynth before ffdshow.
Step 2.) configure ffdshow digital audio
Step 2.) configure ffdshow analog audio
Step 3.) configure ffdshow video
Step 4.) configure media player classic
Step 5.) install avisynth plugins
Step 6.) Reboot, twice.

pictures
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Media Player Classic
[img width=180 height=63]http://thumbnails13.imagebam.com/2696/0835ea26953849.gif[/img]

FFDshow Audio
[img width=180 height=70]http://thumbnails9.imagebam.com/2911/d4a01329100029.gif[/img]

FFDshow Demo
[img width=180 height=75]http://thumbnails18.imagebam.com/3644/d82f8136437719.gif[/img]

different ffdshow configuration for different quality results
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________  FFDshow configuration options ________
- for vista, use aero. for quality.

FFDshow configuration options.

________ Mid range ffdshow ________

Codecs tab
Set Mpeg2 to Libmpeg2, and check "DVD decoding".
Set Avisynth to Avisynth, Raw video to All supported

Decoder options tab
Uncheck "Detect soft telecine and average frame durations"

Subtitles tab, Unchecked
Uncheck "Decode closed captions"
Uncheck "Accept embedded subs"
Uncheck "Accept SSA, ASS, ASS2 Subtitle (experimental)
Vobsub subpage, uncheck Vobsub Enable.

Avisynth tab checked
YV12 checked,
Add FFdshow Video source Unchecked,
3:2 Pulldown box: Ignore Pulldown checked,
check Buffer back/Ahead: 10, 10

setmtmode(2)
video=ffdshow_source()
A=video
B= a.SeeSaw_JD()
C = b.limitedsharpenfaster(strength = 11).limitedsharpenfaster(strength = 11)
return c
distributor()

Resize & aspect tab checked
Process whole image checked
Specify horizontal and vertical Resize: 1920, 1080 (or your monitors resolution)
Process Pixel aspect ratio internally checked
No aspect ratio correction checked
spline
Luma Sharpen: 0.00
Luma Guassian Blur 0.50 (On small monitors like laptops it's best not to use this. Set it to 0.00)
Accurate rounding checked

Output tab
rgb32 checked
high quality yv12 to rgb conversion checked

rgb conversion tab
ycbcr: itu-bt 601
high quality yv12 to rgb conversion checked
Dithering checked
input: standard
Output levels: Tv/Projector
Reclock: Be sure to use reclock vsync
ATI pixel format set to full rgb: 4:4:4

________ Media Player Classic ________

Click the View button. Check only the top three in the drop down list.
Click options.

Click the output tab, and set Directshow output to vrm7 windowed.
Directshow Audio: Select Reclock Audio Renderer

Click the External Filters Tab.
Click the Add Filter Button.
Double click the filters you want. You'll need;
FFdshow Audio decoder
FFdshow video decoder

________ FFdshow Audio Decoder: Analog ________

Codecs tab

- Uncompressed Tab
Set it to "32 bit integer"

Mixer tab
- checked
I use 5.1 speakers so I set the number of speakers to 5, and check the Lfe box.

Output tab,
- Select 32 bit integer.

________ FFdshow Audio Decoder: Bitstream HD Audio in Windows 7 ________

Install Haali Media Splitter

Step 1

Codecs tab

- Uncompressed Tab
Set it to "All Supported"

Output tab,
- Passthrough boxes: ac3, dts, dolby digital plus, dts hd, dolby truehd are checked.
- Connect as PCM first is unchecked
- Supported output formats: check only 16bit, 24bit.
- Check direct to file

Step 2

Put the files from the bat folder into the system32 folder. To register the bat files you need to get permission to, here is how to do that.
- Using MPCVideoDec.ax as a example. Right click and select Properties.
Go to Security, Advanced, Owner tab, Edit, Hightlight Administerators, click Apply.
From the MPCVideoDec.ax properties, security tab, click Edit. From the Group or user names list, highlight each one and make sure it has Full Control checked.
Click ok and close the properties tab.
- Do this for these three files: MPCVideoDec.ax, MpegSplitter.ax, regsvr32.exe.
- Then right click the MPCVideoDec bat file and run as Administrator. It should successfully register the .ax file.

- For 64 bit windows. Put the MPCVideoDec.ax, MpegSplitter.ax into the system32 folder and the MPCVideoDec bat, MpegSplitter bat files into the syswow64 folder.
Change the permissions for the MPCVideoDec.ax, MpegSplitter.ax, regsvr32.exe as usual.

Step 3

- Run the reg file in the My Documents folder.

Step 4

- Run the Win7DSFilterTweaker.
Under the "Preferred Directshow decoding filters in Windows 7" tab, set H.264, and VC1 to MPCVideoDec.
The "Media Foundation" tab is left at default.
Under the "More Tweaks for Windows 7", check "Disable Microsoft DTV-DVD Audio Decoder", "Disable Media Foundation".

________  Software  ________

MPC filters
Win7DSFilterTweaker
Haali
FFDshow. Updated Nov 8, 2010.
media player classic. updated November 8 2010
Avisynth. march 10, 09
[url=http://"http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=200B2FD9-AE1A-4A14-984D-389C36F85647&displaylang=en"]Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable[/url]
[url=http://"http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=A5C84275-3B97-4AB7-A40D-3802B2AF5FC2&displaylang=en"]Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable[/url]

________  Optional Software  ________

Zoomplayer Pro.
J River
Theatertek. Updated May 18, 2007
spdifer
Reclock
Winrar
[url=http://"http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=140747"]Test disks for comparison.[/url]

________  Plugins ________

plugins
http://www.mediafire.com/?7uifdfw2zy9pp3b

\\\\\ List of the nessessary Avisynth plugins to go in the plugin folder. 9 in total.

avisynth.dll (Put this into the system32 folder. You need this for MT.)
LimitedSupport_09Jan06B.dll
LimitedSharpenFaster_JD.avsi
MT.dll
mt_masktools.dll
mvtools2.dll
RemoveGrainSSE2.dll
repairsse2.dll
Seesaw_JD.avsi
spresso_JD.avsi

\\\\\ avisynth.dll from the MT folder goes into the System32 folder.

- If your using a 64 bit version of windows, put the avisynth.dll into the SysWOW64 folder, instead of the system32 folder.

First install avisynth.
Second, Put the msvcp71 and msvcr71.dll and the avisynth.dll into the C:\Windows\syswow64 folder.
Also, if you use 32 bit windows and do not have these in your system32 folder, you need to have them in there to use avisynth.

For the 64 bit windows 7 ultimate you do not need to put the msvcp71 and msvcr71.dll into the syswow64 folder as they should already be there.
You just need to put the windows 7 version of the avisynth.dll into the syswow64 folder.

[url=http://"http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1132700"]The encoding route rather then the realtime one.[/url]

[url=http://"http://ffdshow-tryout.sourceforge.net/wiki/home"]Link to official ffdshow faq which explains how the ffdshow settings work.[/url] (if your answer is not in there don't ask me. Wink )

[="RoyalBlue"]Link to introduction: [url=http://"http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1265937#post1265937"]link[/url][/].

I use the ati 4670 and the 10.3 drivers.
I use hdmi to my 1080p tv.
The pixel format I use is rgb full 4:4;4
I use a intel E6600 cpu, 2GB ram, Sata HDD, Sound card

_________________________________________ Extra options _________________________________________

pictures
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Zoomplayer Pro
[img width=99 height=180]http://thumbnails19.imagebam.com/4744/d2300047435471.gif[/img]

Theatertek
[img width=180 height=136]http://thumbnails18.imagebam.com/4744/c0e70f47435469.gif[/img]

Slysoft's Reclock
[img width=180 height=59]http://thumbnails9.imagebam.com/2696/727e9126953851.gif[/img]

Spdifer (For DTS and AC3)
[img width=180 height=84]http://thumbnails6.imagebam.com/4744/38125d47437764.gif[/img]

hw deinterlacing_ivtc
[img width=180 height=45]http://thumbnails6.imagebam.com/4690/b060e446895520.gif[/img]

profiles
[img width=180 height=123]http://thumbnails8.imagebam.com/1750/c9496317492022.gif[/img]

wmv and mpeg1
[img width=180 height=174]http://thumbnails17.imagebam.com/4646/dc3eca46452075.gif[/img]

multithreading
[img width=180 height=153]http://thumbnails22.imagebam.com/6540/d3cf0865397417.gif[/img]

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________ Deinterlacing_ivtc ________

Codecs tab
Set Mpeg2 to Libmpeg2, and check "DVD decoding".
Set Avisynth to Avisynth, Raw video to All supported

Subtitles tab, Unchecked
Uncheck "Decode closed captions"
Uncheck "Accept embedded subs"
Uncheck "Accept SSA, ASS, ASS2 Subtitle (experimental)
Vobsub subpage, uncheck Vobsub Enable.

Avisynth tab checked
YV12 checked,
Add FFdshow Video source Unchecked,
3:2 Pulldown box: Ignore Pulldown checked,
check Buffer back/Ahead: 5, 5

setmtmode(2)
video=ffdshow_source()
A=video
B= a.SeeSaw_JD()
C = b.limitedsharpenfaster(strength = 11).limitedsharpenfaster(strength = 11)
return c
distributor()

Resize & aspect tab checked
Process whole image checked
Specify horizontal and vertical Resize: 1920, 1080 (or your monitors resolution)
Process Pixel aspect ratio internally checked
No aspect ratio correction checked
spline
Luma Sharpen: 0.00
Luma Guassian Blur 0.50 (On small monitors like laptops it's best not to use this. Set it to 0.00)
Accurate rounding checked
interlaced checked

Output tab
One of the yuv colors checked, depending on the videocard your using. Intel uses a different yuv color than ati, but for ati I use nv12.
check "set interlace flag in output type in media type", both tab here are set to auto.

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I want to thank you Jeremy for posting this here at Missing Remote, i have referred to your guide many times already and it is comforting to see your thread here for future reference and discussion.  Great work!!!

switched to a PS3-BD Remote, and now IT is missing!!!

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I went to download those updated comparison pics at RapidShare but was stalled at their site in a cue line, i hope to see them soon.  looks like i am not the only one interested in seeing the quality differences possible with FFDshow.

switched to a PS3-BD Remote, and now IT is missing!!!

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Thanks for all the work.. I've tried installing FFDShow that you provided... noprob.... set config in TT to what you recommend... and FFDSHOW... I must say, just with that done, I think the picture is better... Smile

BUT, is there anyway to get OSD from FFDshow to work?  It's checked, but I get nothing on the screen while playing a .AVI movie in TT with FFDshow running.

Do I need to install all that other stuff you provided, or can I just setup TT and FFDSHOW to what specs you mentioned?

Thanks.

OHHH.. and is there anyway you can provide pictures of movies BEFORE all this stuff and after??  Comparison type deal... so people can actually see what FFDSHOW does to boots the image...

THanks again!!

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In the osd tab, you need to check avisynth.
Also, for it to work you need to setup avisynth so it uses pulldown if you want the osd to tell you if you need to use pulldown.

The only way I can post pictures that don't use ffdshow is if I use vmr9, but that messes up my colors, and the pictures brightness would be all washed out lookin Ugly!  >:D

I'm sorry about that, I've updated the ffdshow link.

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Hello Jeremy

Does this guide work with mce(winxp)?  I am rebuilding a system using an old shelved copy of mce and wonder if I should use your guide and install the package with an mce setup.  My dvd decoder would be nvidia purevideo.

switched to a PS3-BD Remote, and now IT is missing!!!

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http://www.xpmediacentre.com.au/community/tv-recordings-conversion-archiving/4144-ffdshow-help.html

"ffdshow under MCE is a pretty straight forward setup.
The following needs to be selected on installation

All video Codecs EXCEPT the Microsoft ones"

Never tried it myself though.  Smile

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How to setup FFDshow to only play certain profiles based on video input size and format type.
1.) Open the FFDSHow video Presets tab.
2.) Click "New". It will create a new profile called Default 1.
3.) Check the box called "Automatic preset loading".
Then click the tab that says "Preset Autoload conditions".
4.) Now that Preset Autoload Conditions is open. Highlight the box that says "On all conditions (AND)"
5.) Click Close, and Apply.

Tick the box that says "On Movie Dimensions match"
For width, set both boxes to the resolution your video file input will be.
For height, set both boxes to the resolution the input file will be.

Tick the box that says "On FourCC Match".
Then click the dropdown box on Fourcc match and click the type of file your making this custom profile for.

- Notes. It will not work unless you also set the codecs to play the video file.
It's easiest to install ffdshow and leave the "Decode the following video formats with ffdshow" at default.
Then if you want to play mpeg 2 just follow the way I show you in the ffdshow config section.
When installing ffdshow just leave it all at default.

For youtube videos that you download, the input resolution will be 320, 240.
And you will need to set in codecs FLV1 and VP5/VP6 to libavcodec.
ANd in the On Fourcc match dropdown box set it to accept flv1, vp50, vp60.

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i have updated the ffdshow configurations, the software package, and the youtube instructional video showing the new ffdshow configurations.

these configurations are not a detailed as before, but they remove a lot more ugliness and the picture is better overall.

Smile

comparison pictures showing the september 13, 2008 ffdshow configurations vs powerdvd
link

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Is this something I should tinker with on my 780g board with Phenom 8450? Or do you think the AVIVO software cleans up the SD video well enough?

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mvtools
put the mvtools2.dll from the link into your avisynth plugins folder.
here's a backup dl site in case the first link goes down: link

________ advanced ffdshow: framerate doubler. ________

Codecs tab
Set Mpeg2 to Libmpeg2, and check "DVD decoding".
Set Avisynth to Avisynth, Raw video to All supported

Subtitles tab, Unchecked
Uncheck "Decode closed captions"
Uncheck "Accept embedded subs"
Uncheck "Accept SSA, ASS, ASS2 Subtitle (experimental)
Vobsub subpage, uncheck Vobsub Enable.

Avisynth tab checked
YV12 checked,
Add FFdshow Video source Unchecked,
3:2 Pulldown box: Ignore Pulldown checked,
check Buffer back/Ahead: 0, 2

source=ffdshow_source()
setmemorymax(1024)
super = source.MSuper(pel=1,hpad=16,vpad=16)
setMTMode(1,2)
backward_vec = MAnalyse(super, blksize=16, isb =true, chroma=false,  searchparam=1)
forward_vec = MAnalyse(super, blksize=16, isb =false, chroma=false,  searchparam=1)
source.MFlowFps(super, backward_vec, forward_vec, num=2*FramerateNumerator(source), \
   den=FramerateDenominator(source), mask=0, ml=53)
distributor()

Resize & aspect tab checked
check Specify horizontal and vertical size:
1280x720 16:9 (I use this resolution even though my screen is 1080p and it still looks good.)
or
1920x1080 16:9
Process Pixel aspect ratio internally checked
No aspect ratio correction checked
spline
Luma Sharpen: 0.00
Luma Gaussian Blur: 0.50 (I set this to 0.00 though.)
Accurate rounding checked

Queue & Output tab
Queue output samples checked

Output tab
rgb32 checked
high quality yv12 to rgb conversion checked

rgb conversion tab
ycbcr: itu-bt 601
contrast: full range

________ advanced ffdshow: framerate doubler. ________

Codecs tab
Set Mpeg2 to Libmpeg2, and check "DVD decoding".
Set Avisynth to Avisynth, Raw video to All supported

Subtitles tab, Unchecked
Uncheck "Decode closed captions"
Uncheck "Accept embedded subs"
Uncheck "Accept SSA, ASS, ASS2 Subtitle (experimental)
Vobsub subpage, uncheck Vobsub Enable.

Avisynth tab checked
YV12 checked,
Add FFdshow Video source checked,
3:2 Pulldown box: Ignore Pulldown checked,
check Buffer back/Ahead: 2, 3

source=ffdshow_source()
setmemorymax(1024)
super = source.MSuper(pel=1,hpad=16,vpad=16)
setMTMode(1,2)
backward_vec = MAnalyse(super, blksize=16, isb =true, chroma=false, searchparam=1)
forward_vec = MAnalyse(super, blksize=16, isb =false, chroma=false, searchparam=1)
source.MFlowFps(super, backward_vec, forward_vec, num=2*FramerateNumerator(source), \
den=FramerateDenominator(source), mask=0, ml=53)
distributor()
LimitedSharpenFaster(strength=1)
MT("spline64resize(720, last.height)",2)
MT("spline64resize(last.width, 480)",2, splitvertical=true)

Queue & Output tab
Queue output samples checked

Output tab
rgb32 checked
high quality yv12 to rgb conversion checked

rgb conversion tab
ycbcr: itu-bt 601
contrast: full range

Edit,
I had the buffer set to 1, 3. But this was wrong.
I corrected the error.

Edit, I updated the configuration.

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And this is for DVD video or does this help with SDTV output as well?

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It's for dvd's from the video rental store.
I understand that this can help with sdtv too. you setup media player classic, then use a frontend and instructions from here: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1092168

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is there a setup for using this with SageTV?

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MSI K9N Platinum | AMD A64 X2 4850e 2.5GHz | ATI HD 4670 | 3GB DDR2 800 | Uneed X11 rev. 1 case w/ VFD&IR & rev. 2 HD cage | Cosair 520W PS | Mitsumi floppy w/ USB 2.0 card reader built in | Seagate 160GB (OS/docs); WD GP 750GB (videos), WD GP 1TB (videos) | LG GGC-H20L BD/HD player/DVD Burner | PVR-500 MCE | DVICO FusionHDTV Lite | Vbox Cat's Eye 150 | M780 | XP Pro w/ SP2 | SageTV 6.6.2 | SageMC 6.3.8a | Catalyst 10.6 driver | purevideo decoder 1.02-223 | Samsung LN46C630 46" LCD | Pioneer Elite VSK-21TXH receiver (HDMI to receiver to TV)

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I didn't try sage tv yet. No plan to either.

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Once you've configured ffdshow, you can specify for Sage to use it for playback in the SageTV setup menu.

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Which settings would I use?

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MSI K9N Platinum | AMD A64 X2 4850e 2.5GHz | ATI HD 4670 | 3GB DDR2 800 | Uneed X11 rev. 1 case w/ VFD&IR & rev. 2 HD cage | Cosair 520W PS | Mitsumi floppy w/ USB 2.0 card reader built in | Seagate 160GB (OS/docs); WD GP 750GB (videos), WD GP 1TB (videos) | LG GGC-H20L BD/HD player/DVD Burner | PVR-500 MCE | DVICO FusionHDTV Lite | Vbox Cat's Eye 150 | M780 | XP Pro w/ SP2 | SageTV 6.6.2 | SageMC 6.3.8a | Catalyst 10.6 driver | purevideo decoder 1.02-223 | Samsung LN46C630 46" LCD | Pioneer Elite VSK-21TXH receiver (HDMI to receiver to TV)

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Well, I'd start with basic and then also read the stuff about deinterlacing since a lot of our tv material is 480i if you are capturing any analog NTSC. Then from there take a look at the LSF adjustments.

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renethx wrote "There is no free DTS-HD decoder yet. So you have to be content with DTS core.

With M2TS/ISO with (by Clown_BD) or MKV (by MakeMKV or Clown_BD+mkvmerge) with the original video/audio/subtitle tracks intact + MPC-HC (or any DS player if you don't care about subtitle+DXVA) + ffdshow + HD 5xxx (+ WASAPI for LPCM), you will get perfect audio. Without HD 5xxx, you will get bit-perfect LPCM except for DTS-HD."

link

"Hi,

we now have on FFDShow Tryout a working beta version which lets bitstream HD audio formats to the HDMI output of your sound/graphic adapter.

What is bitstream :
first there are compressed formats (MP3, MP2, AC3,DTS) and uncompressed formats (PCM, LPCM).

Compressed formats need to be decoded before sending them to your receiver or speakers.

However, it is possible to let the stream go compressed and send it to your receiver so that it takes in charge the decoding.
This was the case for AC3 and DTS : it is called SPDIF, based on IEC 61937 formats.

Now, new HD audio formats such as Dolby True HD, Dolby Digital Plus and DTS-HD (High Resolution or Master Audio) can also be sent compressed to the receiver.
This is called bitstream.
A HDMI output is required to do that (SPDIF has not a sufficient bandwidth).

This is interesting as receivers can be considered as better decoders than software decoders and furthermore there is no existing free DTS HD software decoder yet.

What has been done on FFDShow Tryout :
- bitstream support for TrueHD, DTS-HD (HR & MA) using the new radeon 5xxx series on Vista and Windows 7 (32 & 64 bits). Depending on the OS and the format, some audio renderers may not work. Try several : directsound, waveout and MPC renderer
- TrueHD, DTS HD and Dolby Digital Plus bistream are working on the xonar (Vista and Windows 7). waveout and Arcsoft renderer work well.

What needs to be fixed or improved :
- Dolby Digital Plus bitstream on ATI 5xxx : this is likely due to a driver issue (ATI drivers don't support DD+ yet)
- auzentech : no HD bitstream support because the streams are encrypted by the software (powerdvd) to the audio driver. Ask Auzentech to bring support for third party players
- LPCM support to be added (on 24 bits sampling at 48000/96000/192000 Hz, LPCM 16 bits is already supported)

The HD audio bitstream is now integrated to FFDShow Tryout daily builds since revision 3161

Setup :
- Install FFDShow Tryout revision 3161 or greater, 32 or 64 bits
- On Vista : you will need the MPC audio renderer. It is very recent and in early stage but it is functional.
- On windows 7 : directsound renderer should work on most bistream formats. Otherwise use the waveout renderer or MPC renderer
- If you have a xonar : won't work with directsound renderer, the best is to use the the arcsoft renderer (on a dos window in administrator mode : regsvr32 (total media path)\codecs\asrenderer.dll). Otherwise try the waveout or MPC renderer (don't know if they will work)
- Player software :
1/MPC-HC : you will have to grab a very recent version of MPC-HC (revision 1413 or greater). If you don't have the right version the MPC mpeg splitter will break the DTS HD streams and the MPC renderer won't work
2/Other directshow players (WMP,...) : you will need MPC-HC *recent* standalone filters (revision 1413 or greater). Just register MPC audio renderer and MPC mpeg splitter. For MKV Haali media splitter should work too

Status for ATI 5xxx series owners
(with-if needed- or without tulli's override monitor driver)

- Windows Seven:
Just with Ati 9.12 hotfix drivers:
DTSHD: no problem with PDVD9 and MPC-HC (ffdshow 54+ MPC Audio Renderer)
THD: No problem with PDVD9 and the best renderer is Ati HDMI Output for MPC-HC (with ffdshow 54)

Realtek 239 over 12 hotfix:
Both HD formats may use Default DirectSound Device.

- Windows Vista:
ffdshow HD bitstreaming only works with Ati 9.12 hotfix drivers by alone using MPC HC Audio renderer on Vista; Realtek 239 doesn't work.
While PDVD9 can work even Realtek 239 is loaded over 9.12 hotfix."

source info

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Firstly, thank you for posting the ffdshow install and config.  I read this 10 times then installed. Then read it 10 more times. I have everything installed precisely as specified.

However, I can not play m2ts files. I load the file in mpc and have no picture or sound. Shouldn't mpc be able to play this format?  Or is this not supported.  Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. 
Thanks

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m2ts files. You use mpc-hc, and then you install haali media splitter.
Then in mpc-hc, options, internal filters, you make sure all the boxes are checked.
Then in ffdshow video decoder you make sure h.264 and vc1 and mpegs2 have their decoders selected. For mpegs2 you would use libmpeg2, but for vc-1 and h.264 I don't know.

In the ffdshow audio output, check these:
dolby digital (ac3)
dolby truehd
dolby digital plus
dts
dtshd
connect as pcm first
16 bit interger
24 bit interger
allow direct to file output

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Frame doublers.

________________________________________________
Version 1: cpu intensive
________________________________________________

setmtmode(2)
ffdshow_source()
SeeSaw_JD()
Width 28 && Framerate 1400 ? Eval("""
superclip=MSuper(pel=2, hpad=8, vpad=8, rfilter=4)
One=MAnalyse(superclip, isb=true, blksize=16, search=2, searchparam=6, badrange=(-32))
Two=MRecalculate(superclip, One, chroma=false, blksize=16, blksizev=16, search=2, searchparam=6)
three=MAnalyse(superclip, isb=true, blksize=16, search=2, searchparam=7, badrange=(-28))
four=MRecalculate(superclip, three, chroma=false, blksize=16, blksizev=16, search=2, searchparam=7)
Framerate == 60 ||Framerate 28 && Framerate 28 && Framerate 1400 ? Eval("""
superclip=MSuper(pel=2, hpad=8, vpad=8, rfilter=4)
One=MAnalyse(superclip, isb=true, blksize=16, search=2, searchparam=6, badrange=(-28))
Two=MRecalculate(superclip, One, chroma=false, blksize=16, blksizev=16, search=2, searchparam=6)
three=MAnalyse(superclip, isb=true, blksize=16, search=2, searchparam=7, badrange=(-18))
four=MRecalculate(superclip, three, chroma=false, blksize=16, blksizev=16, search=2, searchparam=7)
Framerate == 60 ||Framerate 28 && Framerate 0 ? distributor() : last

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Buffer back/Ahead: 10, 10
FFdshow Video source Unchecked
YV12 checked
Resize tab not used if your playing HD content. Otherwise the rest of the setup is as shown in the first post.

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