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LAV Cuvid-Filter/Splitter/HD Audio-High Quality Hardware decoding for NVIDIA

Discussion in 'The HTPC, HDTV & Ultra High Definition section' started by BetA, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    a lil update..found this too and it works better then haali media splitter and co..


    For download..look at first Post ;)

    greetz Beta
     
  2. Anarion

    Anarion Ancient Guru

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    Similar issues.
     
  3. JaylumX

    JaylumX Master Guru

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    The minute i read this made my day :nerd: For so long i wanted to use MPC-HC with Madvr for my Blurays (most of which are DTS-MA) and the only thing stopping me was the lack of opensource DTS-MA support. Fortunately i own TMT5 and Anydvd and it was simple as. WOW does that look awesome on my set (Panasonic TX-L32E30b) :banana:

    Cheers Beta13
     
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  4. Redemption80

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    Is that so, will need to look into that, if so then that is great news.

    While its been easy to use the video decoders by Cyberlink and Arcsoft, using the audio decoders has not been.
     

  5. JaylumX

    JaylumX Master Guru

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    Watched Hellboy 2: Golden Army (reviewed as having reference quality Bluray video transfer and audio) to test MadVR's render quality and DTS-MA via Lavfilters in MPC-HC and i must say it is stunning on both counts. Cheers again.

    NB I halso tested a succession of DTS-MA BD
     
  6. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    UPDATE

    LAV Filters - DirectShow Media Splitter and Decoders
    Version 0.27 - 2011/05/24 avaiable.


    Greetz ...:banana:
     
  7. p3ps1c0la

    p3ps1c0la Master Guru

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    Looks like someone dissected coreavc made a copy and added an audio function.
     
  8. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    no...Its even better ;)
    Its faster, more stable and its getting better with each update..

    and a 64bit version is coming also in the future as far i understand it..

    Give it a try and u will see its better..
    It also can play BlueRays (original ones)..seeking is fast , picture is stunning and everything is like it should be..


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    Anyway, a new Update arived ;)


    Greetings, BetA..
     
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  9. Redemption80

    Redemption80 Ancient Guru

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    Nothing like CoreAVC, which is predominately a software decoder, with some beta DXVA support, this so far seems better, and its free :)

    Cheers for the update on the new version BetA13.
     
  10. TruMutton_200Hz

    TruMutton_200Hz Ancient Guru

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    But it requires GTX 260 or better - so CoreAVC is definately not dead yet. :)

    I'm not sure why you think it's more stable. Ever since ver. 2.0 was released, CoreAVC has always been flawless for me: it decodes all 1080p x264 .mkv files without any stutter, even those that are not DXVA compliant (files that are using more than 4 reframes used to be a real pain in the rear end when I was still using MPC-HC internal DXVA), even on my GeForce 9600M GS from the bronze age, and so far it has never crashed nor even glitched on me once; it also even survives through files that I haven't finished downloading yet. Nevertheless, I'll give LAV a try sooner or later (most likely it will be later). lol
     
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  11. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    LAV CUVID Decoder UPDATE !!!

    LAV CUVID Decoder 0.7 - 2011/06/02 (now in 64bit too)

    Changelog -- Full changelog -- Release Notes
    0.7 - 2011/06/02
    - x64 support
    - The VC2010 runtime is no longer required
    - New SSE2 NV12->YV12 conversion
    - Improved CUDA GPU detection

    Download:

    Version 0.7: 32-bit (CUDA 4.0+) - 64-bit (CUDA 4.0+) -- 32-bit (Older CUDA)


    First, on the different version:
    - The "normal" 32-bit (and 64-bit) require a CUDA 4.0 Driver now (270 series)
    - The "Old CUDA" build was compiled against an old CUDA API, and should work with a whole load of older drivers, at least in theory. This is not available for x64 at this time, because of recent changes in the 64-bit CUDA APIs.

    For proper support, i rewrote the NV12->YV12 conversion using SSE2 intrinsics, so that the x64 folks don't have to use the slow pure C conversion. This of course means that SSE2 is now required, but seriously, invest in an upgrade if you don't have SSE2 support.

    Oh, and hopefully LAV CUVID should now also work with cards that are not connected to a display.



    Greetz BetA
     
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  12. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    LAV CUVID Decoder NEW UPDATE !!!

    Download
    Source Code is available from my Git repository

    Binarys are available here:

    Version 0.8: Installer (32/64-bit, CUDA 4.0+) - 32-bit (CUDA 4.0+) - 64-bit (CUDA 4.0+) -- 32-bit (Older CUDA)

    A note on the different versions: The CUDA 4.0 builds require a 270 series driver (or newer). The "Old CUDA" build should in theory work with much older drivers, in case you cannot upgrade.

    Changelog -- Full changelog -- Release Notes
    0.8 - 2011/06/05
    - LAV CUVID now comes with an Installer
    - Support for using NVIDIA GPUs which have no connected display
    - Limit MPEG-4 ASP decoding to VP4 (and newer) GPUs
    - Options to force a specific output pixel format
    - Renamed and refactored some options

    Greetz
     
  13. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    UPDATE UPDATE

    LAV Filters - DirectShow Media Splitter and Decoders and LAV Audio:

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    Also MADVR did update his High Quality Render:

    madVR - high quality video renderer (GPU assisted)

    MadVR v.0.65 Download:

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    Greetz Beta
     
  14. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    New Update

    LAV CUVID Decoder v0.9 - 2011/07/05
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    Download:

    source:

    Greetz Beta
     
  15. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    Here we go again....

    Update Update - Lav Filters

    LAV Filters - DirectShow Media Splitter and Decoders v.0.30



    greetings, BetA
     

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    Quick question:

    I installed the V0.9, yet in Win7DSFilterTweaker it only shows up as 32 bit decoder and no option for 64 bit.
     
  17. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    hmm..i dont know..maybe its problem of that win7dsfiltertweak pack..
    i dont use packs so i installed it like it came..and setting up i do in mpc hc..under external filters/codecs..
     
  18. BetA

    BetA Ancient Guru

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    UPDATE FOR LAV Filters..

    Hy there guru´s, heres a new Update:

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    Changes:


    Download:

    The source can be found on the Google Code project page:
    http://code.google.com/p/lavfilters/

    Binarys are available as well:

    Version 0.31: Installer (both x86/x64) -- Zips: 32-bit & 64-bit

    Changelog
    0.31 - 2011/07/15 - Release Notes



    Greetz Beta
     
  19. BetA

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    UPDATE LA CUVID Decoder




    Version 0.10: Installer (32/64-bit, CUDA 4.0+)

    Or here for Full info and Download of more versions like older CUDA Version etc..

     
  20. JaylumX

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    Thank you muchly sir :)
     

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