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post #1 of 4 Old 06-17-2010, 10:34 AM - Thread Starter
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I am running MPC and send all audio to SPDIF where my receiver decodes it.

In the past I used Haali but now all works fine. Is Haali still important to use?

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should one use Haali renderer?
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I am running MPC and send all audio to SPDIF where my receiver decodes it.

In the past I used Haali but now all works fine. Is Haali still important to use?

Thanks

Teac

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should one use Haali renderer?

haali is just a media splitter, it allows windows to open the .mkv container. but i,m not sure is a program like MPC has a built in splitter, if you can open mkvs then you dont need it...or you already have it.

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MPC-HC has its own mkv splitter so in that sense you don't need Haali. The only time I've found myself needing haali is when using eac3to to rip a blu-ray (when you specify the video track output file as an mkv file). So, I have it installed on my htpc.
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thanks guys! Thats what I thought..

I am trying to install as little as possible to keep the machine running bette
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