[quote=mightyhuhn;26303409][quote=devoz;26301985]My question is the MPHC external filters appearance I have normal?..ie should they be there in External Filters?
I thought they were internal?
you are using the internal mpc-hc filter in this case. it's working as intended so what external problem are you talking about.
looks totally normal to me. looks like you have not installed a lavfilter(not needed with newer MPC-HC version) so it uses the internal. just leave the settings at default and everything is fine no need for changes.
this is a filter that loads to different file for playback looks like it loads an eternal subtitle file in this case. not sure i don't have your files can be audio or everything else too.
you deselected it for most cases so it falls back it. because it is disabled for the source you are playing right now it's shown as low merit.
i recommand you to reset the settings. i don't know about subtitles in your case. looks like you have installed a normal vsfilter not recommended by me. you set the internal lavfilter as external filter for what ever reason and even a avi filter what ever that is. and the filter without name is even more strange.
most of your settings are unneeded and even ignore.
Yes... so I installed MPHC latest version...which includes the LAV filters built in
so as far as the Subtitle filter I have to check and make sure its the correct one
it was setup using only the info provided by this guide.
Subtitles are displaying perfectly ...
So I am asking why if LAV filters are the internal ones ...they are showing up
as External ones...is it possible
I have remnants of old LAV filters left over
(I always uninstalled when using separate LAV Filters..ie before they were incorporated into MPHC)
Its why I included the screen captures of my MPHC setup...so you can see
This is the Subfilter being used when playing Movie(see picture)