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post #1 of 7 Old 01-20-2013, 07:18 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi,

I know there are quite a few older posts on this subject, but I have not seen anything recently.

I wanted to know the options for enabling "true" FF and RW capabilities for mkv files...not skipping forward and backward and using the number keys.

Currently I use media browser in wmc7, and FF/RW does not work for mkv (why does it work for video_TS though??)


Does MPC-HC allow for true FF/RW? Does XBMC? are there any other 3rd party programs/solutions out there?


thanks for the help,

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are there any other 3rd party programs/solutions out there?

Media Control Plugin will allow proper FF/RW when using Media Center

THIS POST on my forum explains how to set it up.
Windows 8 is also supported.

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Media Control Plugin will allow proper FF/RW when using Media Center

THIS POST on my forum explains how to set it up.
Windows 8 is also supported.

Does that work with MPC-HC or only with the Media Center Player? I'd rather have 23.976 fps over a 3-2 pull down scheme and put up with the skip rather than true >> and << but if I can have both that would be fantastic.

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Media Control is a Media Center plugin based on FFDshow and created by one of the FFDshow developers. The developer has since abandonned the project but a user on my forum has taken up the project.

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I just looked at the screen shots and it looks as if 23.976 fps is possible but it isn't using MadVR but rather EVR (CP)?

Thanks..

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Media Control is a Media Center plugin based on FFDshow and created by one of the FFDshow developers. The developer has since abandonned the project but a user on my forum has taken up the project.

Where is the source code for this located?

I guess this is it:
http://mediacontrolmce.sourceforge.net/

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thanks..I'll give this a try and see how it goes.
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