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Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows
It's very strange indeed. It just works now. I didn't do anything. The log is different now.

Code:
05:51:42 T:11624  NOTICE: CDSPlayer::OpenFile - DSPlayer: Opening: D:\TearsOfSteel_720p-h265.mkv
05:51:42 T:11624  NOTICE: CDSPlayer::OpenFileInternal - DSPlayer: Opening: D:\TearsOfSteel_720p-h265.mkv
05:51:42 T:8492  NOTICE: Thread CDSPlayer thread start, auto delete: false
05:51:42 T:8492  NOTICE: CDSPlayer::Process - Creating DS Graph
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: Thread CDSGraphThread thread start, auto delete: false
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: Loading filter core factory settings from special://profile/dsplayer/filtersconfig.xml (filters configuration).
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: Loading filter core factory settings from special://xbmc/system/players/dsplayer/filtersconfig.xml (filters configuration).
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: Loading filter core factory settings from special://profile/dsplayer/mediasconfig.xml (medias configuration).
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: Loading filter core factory settings from special://xbmc/system/players/dsplayer/mediasconfig.xml (medias configuration).
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: Successfully loaded rules
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: CFGLoader::InsertAudioRenderer Successfully added "" - DiplayName:  to the graph
05:51:42 T:17504  NOTICE: CFGLoader::InsertFilter Successfully added "LAV Splitter Source" to the graph
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: CFGLoader::InsertSourceFilter Successfully loaded file in the splitter/source
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: CFGLoader::InsertFilter Successfully added "XyVSFilter Auto" to the graph
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: CStreamsManager::LoadIAMStreamSelectStreamsInternal Audio stream found : A: aac lc, 48000 Hz, 5.1 [default] - index: 1
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: CSubtitleManager::Initialize disabled libsubs.dll
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: CFGLoader::InsertFilter Successfully added "FFDShow Audio Processor" to the graph
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: CFGLoader::InsertFilter Successfully added "Lentoid HEVC Decoder" to the graph
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: CFGLoader::InsertFilter Successfully added "LAV Audio Decoder" to the graph
05:51:43 T:14140  NOTICE: metahandler: No SQLite rows requiring update
05:51:43 T:17504  NOTICE: Display resolution for madVR ADJUST : 1920x108[email protected] 24.00 - Full Screen (96) (weight: 0.000)
05:51:43 T:14140  NOTICE: metahandler: No SQLite rows requiring update
05:51:44 T:8492  NOTICE: Previous line repeats 18 times.
05:51:44 T:8492  NOTICE: CDSPlayer::Process - Successfully creating DS Graph
05:51:44 T:18324  NOTICE: Thread CGraphManagementThread thread start, auto delete: false

Those 2 errors were gone.

NOTICE: CDVDVideoCodecFFmpeg::Open() Using codec: HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding)
WARNING: CFGLoader::LoadFilterRules DVDPlayer failed to fetch streams details. Using DirectShow ones

Not sure why or how. But all seems good now.
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yes i was trying to figure out why in your case it was failing to catch information from streamdetails...

anyway i just made a quickly test build with the new parameter "videocodec" also for rule definition

can you pls guys test if works also for you by setting the rule from kodi GUI

obviously it's needed to create two rules in this way, the first one with videocodec set with "hevc" and the other one without any string in videocodec

http://www.mediafire.com/download/24l8ey...deodec.rar

night Smile
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It works.

result mediaconfig.xml

Code:
<rule filetypes="mkv" videocodec="hevc">
            <source filter="lavfsplitter" />
            <splitter filter="lavf_splitter" />
            <video filter="lentoid_hevc_decoder" />
            <audio filter="lavaudiodec" />
            <subs filter="xyvsfilter" />
            <extra>
                <extra filter="ffdshow_audio_processor" />
            </extra>
        </rule>
        <rule filetypes="mkv">
            <source filter="lavfsplitter" />
            <splitter filter="lavf_splitter" />
            <video filter="lavvideodec" />
            <audio filter="lavaudiodec" />
            <subs filter="xyvsfilter" />
            <extra>
                <extra filter="ffdshow_audio_processor" />
            </extra>
        </rule>

Also I have a suggestion. Since order is important in this case, could you implement something like moving rules up/down in GUI ?
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oldpoem, are you finding this Lentoid codec faster than LAV with hardware decoding (which should offload at least partially to the GPU, if I understand things correctly)? I have a GTX 660 in my HTPC and I was wondering what would be the fastest decoding option.
For troubleshooting and bug reporting please make sure you read this first.
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Has anyone gotten SVP4 working with FFDShow Raw filters? I was able to get the latest version of SVP3 to work but not the new public-free release of SVP4
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Does MadVR do 10bit 4:4:4 on 4k? I Bought a new TV but some professionells are saying that 4:4:4 10bit 4k is impossible since HDMI 2.0 can't handle it.

I'm unsure if my new TV does 4:4:4 on 24Hz as well, they only stated that it does 8bit 4:4:4 at 50/60Hz with PC mode on and UHD color on.

Should i thus decrease native bitdepth to -> 8bit, and disable DX11 10bit?

The Blurays i have are encoded in 4:2:0 and probably 8bit color, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale it to 4:4:4 RGB & 10bit?
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(2015-10-21, 16:20)XTrojan Wrote: Does MadVR do 10bit 4:4:4 on 4k? I Bought a new TV but some professionells are saying that 4:4:4 10bit 4k is impossible since HDMI 2.0 can't handle it.

I'm unsure if my new TV does 4:4:4 on 24Hz as well, they only stated that it does 8bit 4:4:4 at 50/60Hz with PC mode on and UHD color on.

Should i thus decrease native bitdepth to -> 8bit, and disable DX11 10bit?

The Blurays i have are encoded in 4:2:0 and probably 8bit color, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale it to 4:4:4 RGB & 10bit?

Doesn't
4:2:0 = 8 Bits
4:2:2 = 10 Bits
4:4:4 = 12 Bits?
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(2015-10-21, 01:21)oldpoem Wrote: It works.

Also I have a suggestion. Since order is important in this case, could you implement something like moving rules up/down in GUI ?

i already made something different with the same final purpose, i cannot add some button to move up/down the rules because i have to use the dialog that come with official kodi, create a custom dialog it's impossible because i should add the new "template" for each skin
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(2015-10-21, 19:12)Talguy Wrote:
(2015-10-21, 16:20)XTrojan Wrote: Does MadVR do 10bit 4:4:4 on 4k? I Bought a new TV but some professionells are saying that 4:4:4 10bit 4k is impossible since HDMI 2.0 can't handle it.

I'm unsure if my new TV does 4:4:4 on 24Hz as well, they only stated that it does 8bit 4:4:4 at 50/60Hz with PC mode on and UHD color on.

Should i thus decrease native bitdepth to -> 8bit, and disable DX11 10bit?

The Blurays i have are encoded in 4:2:0 and probably 8bit color, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale it to 4:4:4 RGB & 10bit?

Doesn't
4:2:0 = 8 Bits
4:2:2 = 10 Bits
4:4:4 = 12 Bits?

I just checked wiki, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale everything? Rec 2020 is stated to be everything (Bitdepth, colorspace, chroma subsampling). Which is -> 10bit, RGB32, 4:4:4. (Standard Blu-Ray being 8bit bpc, YUV, 4:2:0)

Quote: HDMI 2.0 supports the Rec. 2020 color space.[16] HDMI 2.0 can transmit 12-bit per sample RGB at a resolution of 2160p and a frame rate of 24/25/30 fps or it can transmit 12-bits per sample 4:2:2/4:2:0 YCbCr at a resolution of 2160p and a frame rate of 50/60 fps

I'm not sure if MadVR is touching bitdepth and colorspace. But chroma does get scaled to 4:4:4. I'm not sure what 10bit dithering is...

This brings a new issue to my mind, My nvidia control panel has only 8/12bpc and not 10, but MadVR can only select 8/9/10bpc?

HDR without the "HDR" trademark is rec 2020 with same settings but bpc set to 10 (not 12) + ignoring Dolby Perceptual Quantizer.
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(2015-10-21, 12:57)ashlar Wrote: oldpoem, are you finding this Lentoid codec faster than LAV with hardware decoding (which should offload at least partially to the GPU, if I understand things correctly)? I have a GTX 660 in my HTPC and I was wondering what would be the fastest decoding option.

Observed from pressing "O" during playback, Lentoid is quite faster than LAV on h265. On my i3 system / Nvidia GT630 sometimes it can reduce CPU load up to 20% difference on the same test file.
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(2015-10-21, 14:47)Talguy Wrote: Has anyone gotten SVP4 working with FFDShow Raw filters? I was able to get the latest version of SVP3 to work but not the new public-free release of SVP4

I believe they went alternative way and doesn't use FFDShow RAW / AVISynth anymore. So unless they added DSPlayer to their supported player, it won't work for now.
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(2015-10-21, 16:20)XTrojan Wrote: Does MadVR do 10bit 4:4:4 on 4k? I Bought a new TV but some professionells are saying that 4:4:4 10bit 4k is impossible since HDMI 2.0 can't handle it.

I'm unsure if my new TV does 4:4:4 on 24Hz as well, they only stated that it does 8bit 4:4:4 at 50/60Hz with PC mode on and UHD color on.

Should i thus decrease native bitdepth to -> 8bit, and disable DX11 10bit?

The Blurays i have are encoded in 4:2:0 and probably 8bit color, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale it to 4:4:4 RGB & 10bit?

4:4:4 is a description of chroma subsampling using the Y'CbCr color space. madVR will output as RGB, which is 4:4:4 (or equivalent). Some TVs will want to convert the RGB output back to Y'CbCr. This could mean down-converting to 4:2:2 or 4:4:4. This would remain true regardless of the bit depth (8 or 10-bit).

In either case, this should not make much of a difference. There is a 4:4:4 test image in the Image Scaling section of the set-up guide if you are curious what your TV does to the signal. But 10-bit RGB is, of course, possible with any TV.

(2015-10-21, 19:12)Talguy Wrote:
(2015-10-21, 16:20)XTrojan Wrote: Does MadVR do 10bit 4:4:4 on 4k? I Bought a new TV but some professionells are saying that 4:4:4 10bit 4k is impossible since HDMI 2.0 can't handle it.

I'm unsure if my new TV does 4:4:4 on 24Hz as well, they only stated that it does 8bit 4:4:4 at 50/60Hz with PC mode on and UHD color on.

Should i thus decrease native bitdepth to -> 8bit, and disable DX11 10bit?

The Blurays i have are encoded in 4:2:0 and probably 8bit color, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale it to 4:4:4 RGB & 10bit?

Doesn't
4:2:0 = 8 Bits
4:2:2 = 10 Bits
4:4:4 = 12 Bits?

RGB is measured in bits per channel: 8-bits per channel or 10-bits per channel.

So, RGB 4:4:4 at 10 bits would be equal to 30 bits. RGB 4:2:2 would be 20 bits.
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(2015-10-20, 10:38)aracnoz Wrote:
(2015-10-20, 09:31)Uoppi Wrote: I think I'll report to madshi the issue of aspect ratio not switching properly between 4:3/16:9 in http(s) stream even when using Kodi Normal view. In the meantime, if any of you have such a stream available and could check what happens with the latest madVR + DSPlayer (does 4:3 get stretched? What does madVR OSD say? etc.), I think it could be helpful.

It looks like a madVR scaling/black bar detection issue (just an uneducated guess) that started happening after one of the recent updates. I initially thought it could be DSPlayer because I must have updated both at the same time and the DSPlayer changelog mentioned something about updated zoom functionality.

i think that you should try with this madVR build madVR08821.zip that it's before any zoom control options was added

I finally had a little time to test and this indeed seems to be a DSPlayer bug that got introduced with the Oct 4th release.

1) Latest DX11 Kodi test build (from the Kodi site) + DVDPlayer = Normal view mode doesn't force stretch 4:3 into 16:9
2) Latest "regular" Kodi build + DVDPlayer = Normal view mode doesn't force stretch 4:3 into 16:9
3) DSPlayer of any build before Oct 4th + any madVR version = Normal view mode doesn't force stretch 4:3 into 16:9
4) Both DSPlayer builds from October + madVR (any version, incl. the one aracnoz helpfully linked) = Normal view mode force stretches 4:3 into 16:9 (or rather retains the picture in 16:9 ratio and doesn't switch to 4:3 ratio even for a second anymore, at least not in the very latest DSPlayer build - the behavior is as if no aspect ratio change happened).

The changelog for the Oct 4th release says something about "Fixed Kodi Zoom options", which I assume is somehow related to this zooming bug?

BTW, I can't launch the stream using DVDPlayer from the DSPlayer Kodi build, it always starts in DSPlayer - seems like another bug? I don't think mediasconfig needs altering to be able to manually launch DVDPlayer from within Kodi (?).
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@Uoppi
this "Fixed Kodi Zoom options" it's needed to have in real time the changes made to the rect with kodi's zoom options also when using DSPlayer, there is no way that this it's the cause of the problem

somewhere dsplayer receives the command to set that aspect ratio, with the previous release DSPlayer was ignoring the message to change aspect ratio while playback so why you was not experiencing this problem, but it's not the solution

without a way to reproduce i cannot do anything because i have to see when and from where the message with new rect arrives to dsplayer, maybe it's something related specifically to the addons that you are using because i cannot reproduce this issue with my sources

p.s.

maybe something with your rules force to use always dsplayer with streaming contents anyway if you want to check dvdplayer behavior with dsplayer version you can uncheck system - video - dsplayer - "use as default video player"
but i think that dvdplayer will have the same behavior that with the official version
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(2015-10-22, 08:20)Warner306 Wrote:
(2015-10-21, 16:20)XTrojan Wrote: Does MadVR do 10bit 4:4:4 on 4k? I Bought a new TV but some professionells are saying that 4:4:4 10bit 4k is impossible since HDMI 2.0 can't handle it.

I'm unsure if my new TV does 4:4:4 on 24Hz as well, they only stated that it does 8bit 4:4:4 at 50/60Hz with PC mode on and UHD color on.

Should i thus decrease native bitdepth to -> 8bit, and disable DX11 10bit?

The Blurays i have are encoded in 4:2:0 and probably 8bit color, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale it to 4:4:4 RGB & 10bit?

4:4:4 is a description of chroma subsampling using the Y'CbCr color space. madVR will output as RGB, which is 4:4:4 (or equivalent). Some TVs will want to convert the RGB output back to Y'CbCr. This could mean down-converting to 4:2:2 or 4:4:4. This would remain true regardless of the bit depth (8 or 10-bit).

In either case, this should not make much of a difference. There is a 4:4:4 test image in the Image Scaling section of the set-up guide if you are curious what your TV does to the signal. But 10-bit RGB is, of course, possible with any TV.

(2015-10-21, 19:12)Talguy Wrote:
(2015-10-21, 16:20)XTrojan Wrote: Does MadVR do 10bit 4:4:4 on 4k? I Bought a new TV but some professionells are saying that 4:4:4 10bit 4k is impossible since HDMI 2.0 can't handle it.

I'm unsure if my new TV does 4:4:4 on 24Hz as well, they only stated that it does 8bit 4:4:4 at 50/60Hz with PC mode on and UHD color on.

Should i thus decrease native bitdepth to -> 8bit, and disable DX11 10bit?

The Blurays i have are encoded in 4:2:0 and probably 8bit color, if i understood correctly, MadVR will upscale it to 4:4:4 RGB & 10bit?

Doesn't
4:2:0 = 8 Bits
4:2:2 = 10 Bits
4:4:4 = 12 Bits?

RGB is measured in bits per channel: 8-bits per channel or 10-bits per channel.

So, RGB 4:4:4 at 10 bits would be equal to 30 bits. RGB 4:2:2 would be 20 bits.

So MadVR actually does output in HDR format without the dolby program?

What happens if the TV doesn't support 4:4:4, will the TV or the GPU be left to downgrade it to 4:2:2 or will MadVR detect it (If Nvidia control panel is set to RGB). Cause RGB is dynamic from what i understood? It doesn't need switching from 444 to 422 etc in control panel?
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