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post #241 of 4430
Quote:
Originally Posted by ES_Revenge View Post

Isn't it always like that? In the case of HA, the videocard does the decoding so it's up to the videocard to do colour adjustments. You'd have to set those with your video driver settings and/or 3rd party program that interfaces at low or driver level to change those things within the videocard.

Same goes for de-interlacing when playing back DVDs... If you select hardware decode/accelerate, you can't possibly get software deinterlacing.

i thought i had HW accel on for SD DVD and that is still used my spyder profile. i know media center hdtv using my spyder profile and i thought it might be takign advatage of nvidia hw accel, but perhaps not.

anyay, i really wish there was a way to use spyder profiling for blu-ray and hd dvd playback! the only sources i can't get it to work with and the ones i actually care the most about getting it to work.
post #242 of 4430
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Originally Posted by AngelEyes View Post

I think all the people bashing Vidabox just proved why manufacturers and developers don't normally post in forums.

I am amazed how agressive people have been about this software and Vidabox's involvement. Some of you seem like you deliberately misconstrue some of Sergio's posts, just to poke holes in what he was saying... now we have zero info from anyone to do with the Arcsoft player... great

yeah, sadly is usually ends like this (admittedly it can at times be deserved, but hardly always).
post #243 of 4430
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Originally Posted by jimwhite View Post

try Nero 8 and showtime... I LIKE it


does it downsample audio, handle BD+, use more cpu power then powerdvd?
post #244 of 4430
no, not yet, ?

post #245 of 4430
Hey, ya'll can beat up on me if you want. =) I spent a majority of my posts discussing VM's Grand Theater - I had no problem with heat. I have an eval copy of TMT - I'm working with these guys on their product - it does seem on the surface superior to Play Move 1.5 - which to any OEM was a PAIN IN THE ASS. So hit me up with some questions guys - I have two 1080p HTPC's with two 1080p HDTV's running this software and would love to help out if I can. I'm not reselling this stuff, just testing in my chassis with hardware my customers will be running...
post #246 of 4430
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Originally Posted by ChrisMorley View Post

Hey, ya'll can beat up on me if you want. =) I spent a majority of my posts discussing VM's Grand Theater - I had no problem with heat. I have an eval copy of TMT - I'm working with these guys on their product - it does seem on the surface superior to Play Move 1.5 - which to any OEM was a PAIN IN THE ASS. So hit me up with some questions guys - I have two 1080p HTPC's with two 1080p HDTV's running this software and would love to help out if I can. I'm not reselling this stuff, just testing in my chassis with hardware my customers will be running...

1) Will you report the bugs in post 10 to Arcsoft? Or do they already know about them?
2) When will they release a update to their trial totalmedia software?
3) Any idea what bugs will be fixed first?
post #247 of 4430
I'll check those out in post 10 tomorrow - and I'll definitely report issues - I already have, small niggles I've had - but TMT plays more movies out of the gate than Play Movie 1.5, that's the first thing I've noticed...as to your 2nd question, no friggin' idea...
post #248 of 4430
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChrisMorley View Post

I'll check those out in post 10 tomorrow - and I'll definitely report issues - I already have, small niggles I've had - but TMT plays more movies out of the gate than Play Movie 1.5, that's the first thing I've noticed...as to your 2nd question, no friggin' idea...

Thank you, very much.
post #249 of 4430
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Originally Posted by 8:13 View Post

I also removed multiple complaints about the same problem. Thinned it out a bit, so it's not so daunting.

42 is a product of software deinterlacing on my PC.

The critical issue here is lack of GPU support for playback of DVD. This affects both the CPU load and the deinterlacing.

With recorded TV (576i and 1080i .ts and .dvr-ms files), hardware acceleration can be selected and when it is I get much better deinterlacing. Without hardware acceleration the deinterlacing is the same as I get with interlaced DVD's.

42 can be combined with 13 with a link to the following post on CPU load with DVD.

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...9#post12912439
post #250 of 4430
ChrisMorley,

I think what would be nice. Is if Arcsoft, when they update the totalmedia software. That they have a readme that shows which bugs were fixed.
Or a page on their site showing this info.

That would make a lot of people very happy.

So, if you can just ask them for me?
post #251 of 4430
drsmithdtv,

It has been updated. Merged 42 with 13, and I added the link.
post #252 of 4430
Quote:
Originally Posted by arfster View Post

You're sort of both right :-) Any film-origin DVD actually has the raw video in progressive 24fps (or 25fps PAL), but with flags telling the player to output as interlaced.

PC players will (should!) ignore these flags and just spit out the 24fps (or 25fps for PAL) - you can check by playing them in MPC and looking at stats. Sometimes with PAL content this gets screwed up though, although it doesn't matter quite so much as wrongly deinterlacing PAL progressive content doesn't result in many artifacts (sometimes none at all). Deinterlacing progressive source NTSC 60i instead of IVTC is just plain ugly.

I'm a bit late with this but in the interests of correctness...
Commercial dvds of films decode to give interlaced video (they are usually encoded from interlaced masters). The 3:2 pulldown flags on the disc are there to aid compression not deinterlacing and as such are not entirely reliable for dictating deinterlacing method: this is why most deinterlacers use some sort of cadence detection rather than flag reading.

I am not aware of ANY commercially available dvds that contain progressive video although the dvd spec can support this no-one actually does.
post #253 of 4430
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Originally Posted by Mr.D View Post

I'm a bit late with this but in the interests of correctness...
Commercial dvds of films decode to give interlaced video (they are usually encoded from interlaced masters).


Hrrrm, might be a meaningless difference in definitions, but as I understand it there are no actual genuine extra frames beyond the original 24/second stored on disc - the extra element bringing it up to 60i is simply repeat flags, but the player can ignore that if it wants:

"In the soft-telecined case, the material is stored on the DVD at the film rate (24 or 23.976 frames/s) in the original progressive format....."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecine#DVDs
post #254 of 4430
Quote:
Originally Posted by arfster View Post

Hrrrm, might be a meaningless difference in definitions, but as I understand it there are no actual genuine extra frames beyond the original 24/second stored on disc - the extra element bringing it up to 60i is simply repeat flags, but the player can ignore that if it wants:

"In the soft-telecined case, the material is stored on the DVD at the film rate (24 or 23.976 frames/s) in the original progressive format....."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telecine#DVDs

I can assure you this isn't the case (sorry I'm not even going to read the wikipedia article as I know this stuff too well) . Commercial dvds decode to give interlaced video: as I've said the 3:2 pulldown flagging is there solely to aid in compression which is why it isn't necessarily consistent enough to be adequate for deinterlacing use.

They then need to be deinterlaced after the decode (3:2 pulldown is comparatively easy to detect and inverse telecine , 2:2 pulldown is actually quite difficult to detect consistently) It is not correct to assume that a 24fps or 25fps sequence can be decoded direct from the discs, the datastream on the disc will give 60i or 50i video. No one encodes 24fps to SD dvd its all encoded from interlaced masters as I've said. SD dvd is an interlaced format.

Why do you think progressive dvd players require a deinterlacer stage? Why do you think some of them perform better than others if all they do is pull a 24fps sequence direct from the disc?

I have just read your wikpedia article and it is wrong. There is no such convention of hard and soft telecining. Progressive video is part of the dvd spec but never used for commercial releases. 3:2 pulldown flags are used to aid compression not to turn a 24fps encode into interlaced video. Its a 60i encode with the repeat fields encoded once and flagged rather than encode the same information twice, flags or not it will only decode to a 60i sequence. This is not the same as having a 24fps encode.
post #255 of 4430
@ xma1e:

I've been looking at the Thermaltake DH101 case - where did you purchase it? And sorry for my ignorance - what is "naff"?

Quote:
Originally Posted by xma1e View Post

I recently brought a new Thermaltake DH 101 case which comes with the iMON remote and iMEDIAN front-end, I'm yet to try this, but early indication is the remote is "naff", so I'm using the MCE remote again.
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post #256 of 4430
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Originally Posted by WERA689 View Post

I used ArcSoft TMT last night to play the "Resident Evil-Extinction" BR. No matter how I set up the audio--both in program and in popup menu--and TMT insisted on playing the commentary tracks. Anyone else experience this? Is there a workaround or fix?

Hey...I just unregistered the codec that was playing that audio file. Use the program Gspot (google search it...I have under 3 posts so I can link it for you), sort by ArcSoft, and unregister the file that is causing the issue. I watched it last this morning and everything ran perfect...

I use anyDVD to run fix the retarded HDCP because my screen isn't compatible...this was very frustrating considering I have no intentions on copying BluRays...it isn't worth my time. Grrr...

ArcSoft overall seems to be the best.

I am on a P4, Liteon BD, nVidia 8400, 3G RAM, Vista, Powerspec MCE 410.
post #257 of 4430
I just installed the trial for the sake of testing the capabilities of the VC-1 and AVC decoders in CPU mode in Zoom Player. Note: everything that follows is not necessarily true for any hardware setup other than ATI x1950 Pro on Win XP.


Conclusions in short:

-the VC-1 decoder can be used in ZP and performs much better than Microsoft's Decoder and better than ffdshow if a multicore machine is used.

-the AVC decoder can be used in ZP but performs worse than CoreAVC and can't do HW deinterlacing.

-during testing of the VC-1 decoder in ZP I had a BSOD in the file "m27012531.tmp" on this rock stable machine which is of course completely unacceptable.


The longer version:

Both VC-1 and AVC decoders are in the DirectShow filter "ArcSoft Video Decoder". This decoder will not connect to Haali Media Splitter and will not work with Overlay or EVR. To play a TS file using the Arcsoft decoder the filter chain "File Source (Async.) --> ArcSoft MPEG Demux --> ArcSoft Video Decoder --> VMR7/9" can be used. This filter setup is not very useful as a general TS setup though as the "ArcSoft MPEG Demux" doesn't connect to CoreAVC and doesn't work well with Cyberlink MPEG-2 decoder.

Hope someone finds this information useful. For me it's good to know that there is now a VC-1 decoder out there that can perform well even without DXVA and can be used in ZP.
post #258 of 4430
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Originally Posted by mdobbins View Post

@ xma1e:

I've been looking at the Thermaltake DH101 case - where did you purchase it? And sorry for my ignorance - what is "naff"?

NAFF = UK term meaning... not very good ( and that's putting it politely )!

KH
post #259 of 4430
Quote:
Originally Posted by J.B. View Post

-during testing of the VC-1 decoder in ZP I had a BSOD in the file "m27012531.tmp" on this rock stable machine which is of course completely unacceptable.

This might be the same BSOD which I started getting immediately after installing Arcsoft. The filename looks the same although I never wrote it down. It continues to happen infrequently even when I'm not using Arcsoft. Like you, my system was rock solid before. Happens on both Core Duo 945GM notebooks. Did not happen with Japanese version.
post #260 of 4430
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Originally Posted by BobSalita View Post

It continues to happen infrequently even when I'm not using Arcsoft.

Seriously? You mean I could be hit by a BSOD while working on a Word document or something?
post #261 of 4430
mdobbins

"Naff" is UK slang for "not very good". I like the case, but the range of the of the remote is very narrow, so you have to point it at the case for it to register.

I would suggest visiting the thermaltake.com and look at their distributors. I had to ring round to find someone who had them in stock.

Played another BD film last night without problem - yet another tick in the box for Arcsoft.
post #262 of 4430
J.B.

I don't suppose the way you used Arcsoft decoders in ZP could lead to running Bluray disks in Zp by any chance? The picture enhancements possible with SeeSaw and Expresso that 8:13 described for ffdshow would really be nice. Especially if you could just pop the ol' disk in the drive and run it.

michael
post #263 of 4430
If you mean pop in the disk and use ZP as a full blown BD player with all the menus then no it doesn't really make a difference. But if you mean extract the video files from a non BD+ disk to Hard disk and then play them using ZP then yes, the ArcSoft decoders may be quite useful. I didn't test any of the audio decoders but I think they would probably connect to the Arcsoft demuxer.
post #264 of 4430
I thought I read at one time that AnyDvd claimed that it could strip the hdcp from a disk "on-the-fly" permitting you to play a disk in real time as AnyDvd did its thing. Do you think that might possibly produce a way to play high definition disks real time with ZP?

I know that most of the interest has been in archiving disks and playing from the hard disk, but I would be happier if I could just play the disks directly, particularly if I could use some of the tweaks people have used with ffdshow on sd dvd. BluRay disks have not all been that sharp I am afraid.


michael
post #265 of 4430
Good question. I don't have AnyDVD so someone else will have to answer.
post #266 of 4430
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Originally Posted by xanvil View Post

I thought I read at one time that AnyDvd claimed that it could strip the hdcp from a disk "on-the-fly" permitting you to play a disk in real time as AnyDvd did its thing. Do you think that might possibly produce a way to play high definition disks real time with ZP?

Of course! Have a look at this:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=885764
post #267 of 4430
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Originally Posted by BobSalita View Post

This might be the same BSOD which I started getting immediately after installing Arcsoft. The filename looks the same although I never wrote it down. It continues to happen infrequently even when I'm not using Arcsoft. Like you, my system was rock solid before. Happens on both Core Duo 945GM notebooks. Did not happen with Japanese version.

Yes, happened twice. Once I was compiling a C# program in Visual Studio 2008. The other time I don't recall.
post #268 of 4430
I tried to get mpc in xp to play bd from the disk.
So I installed arcsoft.
I couldn't get it to go, so I decided to debug the arcsoft software.

Here's the debug logs.
2 for xp pro 32 bit, one for vista 32 bit.
I noticed the xp cashed with a bsod at debug number 31.
It never makes it to debug number 32.
Anyway, here's the debug logs.

XP, after fiddling around with anydvd, mpc, ffdshow, and other such sw.
Code:
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00000001        0.00053644      [656] C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\UI\\AUIuDTStartRes.aui    
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00000019        1.50066054      [1252]  ---      (c)2007 Oreans Technologies         ---        
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XP log 2. After ghosting my pc and having no extra sw.
Code:
00000000        0.00000000      [3932] C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\.;C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\.;C:\\WINDOWS\\.;C:\\WINDOWS\\system32\\.;C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\ArcSoft\\Bin;C:\\WINDOWS\\system32;C:\\WINDOWS;C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\Wbem;C:\\Program Files\\Intel\\DMIX;C:\\Program Files\\ATI Technologies\\ATI.ACE\\Core-Static;C:\\Program Files\\QuickTime\\QTSystem\\        
00000001        0.49996355      [3932] C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\UI\\AUIuDTStartRes.aui   
00000002        0.50013328      [3932]  
00000003        0.99993765      [3932] C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\\\UI\\AUIuDigital TheatreRes.aui 
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00000008        1.50010312      [3944] %s------------------------------------------------       
00000009        1.50010312      [3944]  ---          Themida Professional            ---        
00000010        1.50010312      [3944]  ---      (c)2007 Oreans Technologies         ---        
00000011        1.50010312      [3944]  ------------------------------------------------        
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00000014        1.99994898      [4068]          
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00000017        1.99994898      [4068] %s------------------------------------------------       
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00000019        1.99994898      [4068]  ---      (c)2007 Oreans Technologies         ---        
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00000026        2.00065541      [4060] %s------------------------------------------------       
00000027        2.00065541      [4060]  ---          Themida Professional            ---        
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And finally, here is the Vista version. No bsod. I played Polar Arctic.
Code:
00000000        0.00000000      [3776] C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\.;C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\.;C:\\Windows\\.;C:\\Windows\\system32\\.;C:\\Program Files\\Common Files\\ArcSoft\\Bin;C:\\Windows\\system32;C:\\Windows;C:\\Windows\\System32\\Wbem;C:\\Program Files\\Intel\\DMIX;C:\\Program Files\\ATI Technologies\\ATI.ACE\\Core-Static;C:\\Program Files\\QuickTime\\QTSystem\\        
00000001        0.01495232      [3776] C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\UI\\AUIuDTStartRes.aui   
00000002        0.01498040      [3776]  
00000003        0.01530222      [3776] C:\\Program Files\\ArcSoft\\TotalMedia Theatre\\\\UI\\AUIuDigital TheatreRes.aui 
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00000007        4.19867039      [4436]  
00000008        4.19867039      [4436] %s------------------------------------------------       
00000009        4.19867039      [4436]  ---          Themida Professional            ---        
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00000019        4.62000990      [4248]  ---      (c)2007 Oreans Technologies         ---        
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In mpc, external filters. I opened deinterlacing, and there was a lot of choices in deinterlacing methods.
Also, in another external filter, I saw various output colorspaces, ranging from yv12 to rgb32.
Each colorspace was checked, so you could specify rgb32 just by unchecking the other colorspaces,
if Arcsoft made this a option in their gui.
post #269 of 4430
Anyone who's bought the program could you confirm if there are any other options than the ones in the trial for audio, especially for headphones? I found out that Total Media Theatre is the first player that comes with the newer DTS Surround Sensation (I know, crappy name), which is equivalent to Dolby Headphone. I really like DH, and I want to test out the DTS alternative. In this trial I can see the "Arcsoft Virtual Headphone" options, but I can't test it right now. Suspiciously it has the same labeled "features" as DTS Surround Sensation, like Bass enhancement and voice control. Could this be a rebranded DTS SS? I don't think so, I don't see any mention of DTS anywhere, but they said the DTS feature is there. Cyberlink does a cheap, awful imitation of Dolby Headphone with pretty much the same parameters (room sizes) to change. This could be a similar case. Anyone's got info on this?

Thanks.
post #270 of 4430
Just got to try the thing, and It's not possible that Arcsoft Virtual Headphone is in any way connected to the DTS brand. It's just too crappy. Even crappier than Cyberlink's. So, anyone who's bought this, does the full version enable the DTS Surround Sensation option? In any case, what a crappy program. Very few features, and it's like a clone of an early alpha of an early version of PowerDVD... probably it's said before.
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