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11/3/10 at 6:42pm
I was previously running a Asus P5Q Pro mobo with a ATI 5770 video card and everything worked great. I recently changed my setup to a Gigabyte GA-H55M-S2H mobo with i3-530 using onboard video. I tested and everything was ok except and few high bitrate MKV's.
I am using MPC-HC for playback. In MPC-HC I was using EVR Custom Pres under output but changed it to Haali renderer and now EVERYTHING plays perfectly with HD audio (DTS-MA and true HD) but now the edges are really blocky and you can notice a big difference between the two. If I leave it on EVR Custom Pres then some high bitrate mkv's are a slide show.
Is there any settings I can try to smooth the edges out or is it due to using Haali? The only other codecs I have installed besides MPC-HC is FFDShow for HD audio.
Any help is greatly apprecaited... I could put the 5770 back in but would prefer not too because the reason I went with the H55 is for a cooler quieter machine that uses less power and the 5770 is going to kill all that.
Thanks in advance
If Haali Renderer is still incapable of DXVA then likely the MKV's are non-standard and thus choppy with EVR-CP but sort of decodable by brute force CPU.