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Has anyone encountered this? Windows 7 mpv git-08199a6
>Why use mpv instead of mplayer?
mplayer development has slowed, and mpv is the fork and successor. It adds many modern features.
>No-one I know can get mpv to even play a single video.
Just set mpv as the default player for .mkv files and then open the files. Or use bakamplayer. Once that has the .srt subtitle problem fixed, it should be the standard media player that can replace vlc or mpc on Windows.
Use this script and follow the listed instructions to set all file associations for mpv. After that, just double click on a media file and it will automatically open it with mpv.
>MPV doesn't open.
It's command line. It opens, sees there's nothing to play, and then closes. Standard behavior for a command line program. It confuses Windows users who aren't used to it.
Set it as the default program for .mkv files and it works fine.
mpv is always meant to be a simple command line program, and to be used as a backend for more standard media players with standard GUI. Bakamplayer is one of those. So use that.
Backward you fucking moron its completely backwards from how most programs work and is needlessly fucking stupid. Typical linux.
If your life is that empty you want to config a media player when you could just use another one go ahead. You should probably just kill yourself if your life has gotten to that stage though.
mpv is much quicker to set up, just install it and it works. Anything else is just tailoring it to your own personal wants or needs.
install and double click on a video file. Is that so hard?
it just works as it is.
Good meme by the way, well pasted.
>this is seriously backwards and simply contrary for the sake of being contrary.
mplayer has done this for years. mplayer is the backend to many other players, such as smplayer. And mpv will fill a similar role and replace mplayer.
Devs hate GUI code. It slows down development, and they're not passionate about it. Plus by letting others do the GUI, people can create whatever GUI they want. You can't please everyone and you never will..
>If your life is that empty you want to config a media player
Before KCP came around, madvr was this gigantic complex thing to set up. I don't remember you people complaining back then. mpv is a thousand times simpler than the old way of setting up madvr.
With mpv, all you need is a config. You can even copy a generic one as well. I just set it up once and I was done. Configs are nice, clean and simple.
It's in fact the simplicity of mpv that I love so much. It's the opposite of confusing.
>why do you spend so much time adding/making configs
>not everyone has infinite timeMedia Player Classic - Home Cinema 32-bit Installer / http://mpc-hc.org/downloads/
xy-VSFilter/XySubFilter 32-bit Installer/Archive / http://code.google.com/p/xy-vsfilter/wiki/Downloads
madVR / http://madshi.net/madVR.zip
1. Uninstall all codec packs, previous instances of the aforementioned, and the like, and delete their settings if prompted.
3. Install MPC-HC with default settings.
4. Install xy-VSFilter or XySubFilter. The latter is overall better, but it could be unstable.
5. Extract "madVR.zip" into a new "madVR" directory in your "C:\Program Files (x86)" directory.
6. Right-click on the "madVR" directory, click on "Properties", go to the "Security" tab, click on "Edit", click on "Add...",
type your Windows user name, click on "OK", click on the left "Modify" checkbox, click on "OK", and then click on "OK".
7. Double-click on "install.bat" in the "madVR" directory you just populated.
8. Start MPC-HC, go to "View" -> "Options..." -> "Playback", and uncheck "Use the built-in subtitle renderer".
9. Go to "View" -> "Options..." -> "Playback" -> "Output" and select "madVR" under "DirectShow Video".
10. Go to "View" -> "Options..." -> "Internal Filters", click on "Video decoder", and select "None" in the
"Hardware Decoder to use" dropdown menu in the "Hardware Acceleration" section. Click on "OK".
11. Play a video file, go to "Play" -> "Filters", click on "madVR", and click on "Edit Settings".
12. Go to "processing" -> "artifact removal" and check "reduce banding artifacts".
13. Go to "scaling algorithms" and select "Spline", or "Jinc" if you have a fast graphics card, and "activate anti-ringing filter"
in both upscaling submenus.
14. Go to "rendering" -> "general settings" and check "use a separate device for presentation".
15. Click on "OK", click on "OK", restart MPC-HC, and start watching some 10-bit H.264.
That's it. none of this autist nonsense. linux tards have to resort to looking up ancient guides shill If mpv was so good you wouldn't have to lie.
>mfw this is what VLC defenders used to say back in the MPC vs VLC days
>mfw MPC is the new VLC
mpv is much faster than madVR on post SB iGPU's
On my HD3000 I can manage spline36 luma scaling, bicubic_fast chroma scaling, "fancy" downscaling (which is mitchell I believe), and a 256x256x128 3dlut, all of this in linear light since using a icc profile enables it, oh, and smoothmotion
On madVR I couldn't manage past lanczos 3 taps luma, and biliniear chroma, for downscaling I couldn't manage past bilinear as well, and 3dlut was something that would choke my machine (the 3dlut on madvr is 65x65x65)
Though I could use DXVA for scaling, and then use smoothmotion, but the 3dlut would still choke my machine, and DXVA is almost free scaling, though on Intel is high quality (it's similar to lanczos with antiringing quality wise)
The only thing I miss is 25 and 23.976 to 24 automatic speed change, though mpv might do that on *nix
>what is the best front end for windows?
You can use the OpenCL version as well, though that might not work on *nix thanks to Avisynth sheanigans
NNEDI3 on madVR comes from a OpenCL implementation done on the Doom9 forums, madshi just tweaked the code a bit
But I have tried it. It's not better yet, at least for me.
MPC-BE gives me thumbs in the seekbar. When configured to use the bottom bar in MPV it's kinda iffy and doesn't respond unless pinpointed directly on the seekbar. I don't have that problem in MPC-BE. I also can't quite configure it the way I like it to respond like MPC-BE does. I asked in one of these threads but I got no help, I'm guessing because it isn't possible. Also not sure how to set up auto frequency switching in mpv yet.
I don't see a reason for me to switch really. I wanted to switch since it seems lighter weight, I like the OSD style better, and I thought it was feature parity enough now but it still isn't there for me.
>On madVR I couldn't manage past lanczos 3 taps luma, and biliniear chroma, for downscaling I couldn't manage past bilinear as well, and 3dlut was something that would choke my machine (the 3dlut on madvr is 65x65x65)
Doesn't surprise me. The code is literally written like shit by somebody who doesn't know how GPUs work. I've seen some of madshi's code and it's hilarious bad.
No wonder he wants to keep it closed source.
>The only thing I miss is 25 and 23.976 to 24 automatic speed change, though mpv might do that on *nix
There's a script for this, have you seen it?
>They're the ones coming into this thread and shitting on mpv. They're kind of defensive.
This is just a thread for peaceful mpv discussion. I don't get why madVR users even come here. They must be jealous.
Okay I don't know if you guys will even answer this question but when using MPV, playback is smooth as butter until I adjust the brightness or sound and GUI and then I get insane screen tearing. Also, unrelated but I get screen tearing over HDMI seemingly OS-wide. Pic unrelated
Just set cache-default to something really large, like cache-default=1048576
If you do that, and you don't have tons of memory, you should probably also tell it to cache to a file instead of to RAM with cache-file=TMP
Im running mpv on windows 8.1 (not using mpc+mad vr since it just takes too much resources on laptop) anyways i really like mpv so far, however im experiencing lots of video noise in movies (blu ray rip) but not on anime
tl;dr I have fucking video noise in bluray movies
Are you referring to film grain or something else? Film grain is normal.
mpv for windows is much more resource intensive than mpc-hc and vlc combined
it's amazingly shit
Third party here.
mpv(nightly), (new mpc-hc nightly), vlc (new current build).
vlc consumes the most, mpv, then mpc-hc.
I also did a new mpv, but new mpv gives similar memory as my current mpv.
Haruhi Movie 720P.
Memory usage is most likely correlated directly to how many frames the decoder decides to queue and store ahead.
Nothing in the playback logic consumes very much memory at all, the more interesting thing is CPU/GPU usage which is not that visible on either of these screenshots.
Also, all testing needs to be done with an accurate description of all options used.
>doesn't even post the error
and this information is useful how?
Sorry about that. Here's a 30 sec recording of the CPU usage. It displays 30 second of the movie and the cpu usage for the respective media players.
MPC-HC(nightly) > MPV(nightly) > VLC (latest)
In terms of cpu usage.
Causes too many issues, including potential breakage for some drivers, and it also causes unnecessary warnings/errors for people without working hwdec support.
I don't see what's wrong with requiring users manually enable it. Defaults should be as conservative as possible and work for everybody.
There's a lot of misinformation about mpv on Windows in these threads. Maybe someone thought hardware accelerated decoding and rendering was unique to MPC-HC+madVR.
DirectX is used for hardware accelerated video decoding. The frame is decoded, copied back to system memory and presented with OpenGL. Almost all the DXVA code is copy/pasted from FFmpeg, though some is copy/pasted from LAV, so don't worry about precious developer time being stolen from the OpenGL renderer.
updated mine just now
got the same error
i'm on windows 7 tried both 32 and 64 bit version
i'll try to compile from source and post result
heat combined with the massive amount of torque of the weight of the tower destroyed the beams.
It wasn't just the jet fuel idiot.
Fuck off, islam did it, not magic jews outside the physical realm in the shadow controlling the money through obamasouls.
I'm using mpv on openbsd.
Works great thanks.
Announcing the Next Big Thing(tm):
Sphinx interpolation. It resamples the video in both the spatial (w/h) and temporal (frames) domains at the same time, reproducing a perfectly smooth, continuous video signal that has a perfect frequency response in all directions.
It's basically the 3D analog of what Jinc upscaling is for 2D. And the performance hit is real: Sphinx at radius 3 is equivalent to ewa_lanczos at radius 8.
But what will we not do for the love of our placebo?
It completely replaces smoothmotion and conventional upscaling. It's essentially an entirely separate code path.
Either way, I also plan on making smoothmotion configurable (for the cylindrical/tensor case)
Not really, since I basically had to come up with the function body myself as well. (With some helpful pointers from various papers on Jinc upscaling)
The name is a pun on sinc and jinc, it's called sphinx because it's like jinc but for a sphere instead of a circle, and the function also involves more occurrences of ‘x’ than the other two.
So it's something that will coexist with the current scalers/smoothmotion stuff, right?
Anyway it seems really interesting, how much impact do you expect it will have on resources?
>So it's something that will coexist with the current scalers/smoothmotion stuff, right?
Yes; specifying :sphinx will completely ignore your :scale and :smoothmotion settings.
>Anyway it seems really interesting, how much impact do you expect it will have on resources?
1D filters scale linearly with the diameter
2D filters scale quadratically with the diameter (eg. jinc)
this, being a 3D filter, will scale cubically with the diameter.
You can compute an approximation of the performance by comparing it to ewa_lanczos; for example ewa_lanczos at radius 3 (the default) needs 6^2 samples, but sphinx at radius 3 will need 6^3 samples.
√(6^3)/2 ≈ 7.348, so you can get a feel for the performance by setting it to scale=ewa_lanczos:scale-radius=7.348.
I don't think any higher radius will be economical. Most might have to settle for radius 2: √(4^3)/2 = 4.0, so it's equivalent to scale=ewa_lanczos:scale-radius=4
Minor things still missing: rectangular textures, rotated textures; possible code quality fixes here and there, and some refactoring work that is still being planned. Some bugs with the OSD.
I plan on implementing the rotated/rectangle texture business when I wake up, and then we'll be getting close to the point where only bugs are stopping us from merging it into master. Most major refactors that are still planned will most likely be done *after* it's merged, to prevent holding it off unnecessarily.
Pretty much yeah, or the madvr crowd will never stop pestering us with their ultra NNEDI3 or whatever.
They are runtime options though, bilinear is good enough for pretty much everything.
When are mpv devs going to abandon deprecated ffmpeg and switch to the new superior avconv?
why does this media player get its own 300 post thread every day where everyone just circlejerks about how much they love linux and how they would never use a media player that takes up 3% of their RAM (rather than 2.8%)?
I have used madVR for the past 3 years and switched to arch a few months ago, my mpv is still vanilla.
Which settings do you recommend for a dual core i5 thinkpad with HD4000 intel graphics? just opengl-hq?
Why do you guys hate VLC? It is free and open source too, I dont understand... is it because it is popular?
I really wouldn't call it "new"
also some people don't like to have to use command line to use the features