[mythtv] Updated patch for directshow filters with MythTV (for CoreAVC)
alannisota at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 06:24:19 UTC 2007
Andrew Lyon wrote:
> On 2/15/07, Alan Nisota <alannisota at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Andrew Lyon wrote:
>> > The colour issue remains, "vertical, colour/chroma ghosting" is a good
>> > description, alan do you see the same on the other sample I sent?
>> I've been unable to see any chroma problems so far (but I haven't had a
>> chance to look at the new sample I got from you). However, I saw this
>> on the Doom9 forum:
>> Has anybody tried setting the output color space to RGB32? I want to
>> use it because there are problems with the color range in YUV modes
>> on NVidia cards (16-235 instead of 0-255). The reason I need this is
>> because the Fix VMR9 color range is not working when DirectVobSub
>> (or any other postprocessing) is used.
>> I'm not too familiar with the output formats, but we are using I420
>> which is a 12bit format like the other YUV modes. If this is the
>> problem it would explain why I haven't seen the issue on the samples
>> I've looked at. You can try to fix it via:
>> mythregistercodec -r ~/.mythtv/registry -k
>> "HKCU\\Software\\CoreCodec\\CoreAVC Pro\\VMR9Fix" -v "1"
>> It may or may not work though. Currently we can only set string values
>> for registry keys, and this would normally be a DWORD. If it doesn't
>> help, I'll put together a patch to allow setting the type. It may be
>> that I'm barking up the wrong tree here, too.
> Tried it, no change.
Well, I tried it in windows, and setting VMR9Fix to "1" (as a string)
activates the 'VMR9Fix' property, so it should have done so here too.
Anyhow, I have been able to reproduce your problem on the new sample I
have (so the VMR9Fix stuff isn't relevant to the problem after all).
However, if I dump the buffer out to disk and display it, it looks fine,
which tells me that the output from CoreAVC is fine, and somehow myth is
mangling it. But so far, I can't figure out why or where.
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