Either one is OK.
x86 image: WinSDKWin32Tools > cab1.cab
x64 image: WinSDKWin32Tools_amd64 > cab1.cab
FL_proppage.dll_all_enu_03743315_FEB8_4E4E_93F4_5CCEF2278603 -> proppage.dll (32-bit version)
FL_proppage.dll_all_enu_F2EA5901_4115_454E_9AA1_C195C284D256 -> proppage.dll (64-bit version)
You don't have to install Windows SDK.
Now you registered both DirectShowSpy.dll and proppage.dll successfully. You should be able to see the filter graph of any DirectShow player with graphstudionext.exe (for a 32-bit player) or graphstudionextx64.exe (for a 64-bit player) by pressing Ctrl+G.
Your filter graph contains "AC3Filter" and "ffdshow Audio Decoder". You can eliminate them by:
- Uninstall AC3Filter (why do you need this?)
- ffdshow Audio Decoder: uninstall it, or run "ffdshow audio decoder configuration" as an administrator (important, otherwise you have to log off and in to reflect the change), go to the "DirectShow control" pane and change "Merit" to "normal" or below. You can also change the merit value by graphstudionext.
WMPlayer SRSWow DMO etc. are DirectX Media Objects (not DS filters, but can be used in DS framework) built in WMP.
Through Win7DSFilterTweaker I configured the h264 video codec on (Lav, video) and AAC audio codec on (Lav, audio), windows media player now works for the rest of the configurations I have not figured out how to do it. See the pictures as an example for me would be of great help.
I'AC3filter I use it with DVBViewer
The configuration of ffdshow I have not figured out how to be performed, from here I think
This however is the pattern of MPC HC:
But why use WMPlayer? Stick to MPC-HC or MPC-BE, a lot easier to configure.
The sole purpose of lowering the merit value is not to load ffdshow Audio Decoder when you don't need it. So it's up to you how to configure the rest (how you would like ffdshow Audio Decoder to behave when you want to use it).
Thanks again for availability
Changing the value ffdshow Audio Decoder do not know how it could affect the video playback, the quality of 'sound always seems the same. For now it seems to work okay, if I have a problem you know.
Splitter filter (e.g. LAV Source Splitter)
Audio decoder filter (e.g. LAV Audio Decoder)
(Audio processing filter; this is an option)
Audio renderer filter (e.g. Default DirectSound Device)
ffdshow Audio Decoder supports various audio processing in addition to decoding (i.e. it's a combination of decoder and processors). If you want use some of them, use it instead of LAV Audio Decoder. Otherwise LAV Audio Decoder is simple enough (it also supports basic channel mixing). WMPlayer also adds a couple of processors of its own (SRS WOW effects, equalizer, etc.).
Thank you for the explanation.
I'm not very experienced, to perform various configurations should follow some guidelines, otherwise I just messes.
However, with MPC-HC I feel good, the 64-bit version reads 4k video files without problems, of course I want to test it with the new Haswell that I intend to accomplish.
AMP: Hegel H100, DAC: Arcam rDAC, Speakers: Tannoy Revolution Signature DC6T, TV: Samsung 65HU7505 (US: 65HU8550), HTPC: ATI 280x, Windows 8.1 with blu-ray
But for H.265 you could try Strongene's OpenCL decoder which is optimised for AMD.
LG BD670 - Pioneer VSX-920 - SONY KDS-55A2000
Win 8.1 Pro x64 - Core i7-4790 - iGPU HD 4600 - v.3621