Originally Posted by Tony_Montana
As long as the thread started as an advanced guide i would like to make you a couple of A-B-C questions.
What means h264 10
Btw Why you deleted the
Madvr & ffdshow screenshots?
Why madvr stats shows h264 4:2:0 8bit?
Is something wrong with my setup?
In madvr settings what are these post processing options?
Should i check or uncheck these boxes?(h264/mpeg-2)
Why you use wmvideo decoder and ffdshow,too?
You write something about interlaced vc1 .Does ffdshow (yadif) can de-interlace vc-1?
Can an intel iGPU like hd2000 play properly h264 1080p using madvr and software decoding?
Thanks in advance.
well, I'll assume you mean 10 bit H264 decoding. If you want to, for example, encode something with x264 in 10 bit mode, you can be confident that it will play.
The pics I removed were of reclock and ffdshow audio processor. They aren't that important, but they made the guide lengthy and intimidating, so i removed them.
It doesn't look like madvr is doing anything wrong. Most videos are 8 bit 4 2 0.
Madvr has decoders too, but the video will already be decoded by lav video by the time it reaches madvr, so it shouldn't matter if you check or uncheck them. Maybe if you want to be on the safe side, uncheck them.
wmvideo decoder is a really good vc-1 decoder. Alot of free players can't decode interlaced vc-1, but the use of this decoder allows us to.
I use ffdshow raw video filter for deinterlacing in general.
I have heard an hd3000 definitely does work. If you have an hd2000, try it out and report back on how it goes. Your best bet is to configure madvr to scale luma and chroma with bilinear.