Originally Posted by NotSoCoolJ
You do know that you can setup reclock to automatically change resolution based on your source material and then change back so you don't get the menu and mouse choppiness. There are several different ways to do this. I would look into it.
Thanks for the tip regarding Reclock, that may prove to be very useful.
p.s. To whom it may concern, I found that my Epson 1080UB projector doesn't actually display 24fps; it accepts 24p
input and converts it to either 48fps (2:2 pulldown) or
60fps (2:3 pulldown?). That may explain why I don't have the mouse lag.
Axell, I remember having choppy 24p playback when outputting at 1920x1080 24hz in CCC, but switching to
1920x1080 23hz in CCC fixed it for me, the Epson reports
it as 23.90hz which is the same that it reports my Panasonic DMP-BD35 at when outputting 24p.
I'm using VMR9 windowed and no hardware acceleration,
I always get tearing and/or messed up color balance with VMR9 renderless or EVR,
but VMR9 windowed is nearly perfect and really beautiful to watch,
to my eyes it's essentially indistinguishable from the stand-alone BD player.
Playback filters in Zoomplayer=
Haali media splitter (source and splitter filter)
CyberLink H.264/AVC Decoder (PDVD7.x)
or WMVideo Decoder DMO (for VC-1)
or CyberLink Video/SP Decoder (PDVD7) (for MPEG2)
(Dscaler with inverse telecine is good for MPEG2 also)
MadFLAC decoder (multichannel FLAC)
AC3Filter (Dolby Digital/DTS/PCM passthrough)
Also, be sure to set your Realtek HD audio manager so that it doesn't downsample/upsample your HD audio output, i.e. normally set it to 24 bit 48khz
I'm using optical toslink for music output which can be configured separately from the HDMI output to output at CD quality 16bit 44.1khz
Yes, I am still using the old Catalyst 8.12, I figure if it ain't broke don't fix it :-) I watched Bolt last night thru the HTPC at about 7 feet wide 2.00:1 aspect, really beautiful, almost 3D in appearance with the Epson's 2:2 pulldown @48fps and the auto-iris engaged on a Carada BW screen.