Microsoft Media Foundation is the next generation multimedia platform for Windows that enables developers, consumers, and content providers to embrace the new wave of premium content with enhanced robustness, unparalleled quality, and seamless interoperability. OK, whatever. It was a decent step forward for Microsoft, but the rest of us were miles ahead in playing back more »
While not totally inclusive, I decided to document my current codec guide for playing everything I have in my media library in Windows 7 Media Center using Media Browser. I emphasize “current” because it does change from time-to-time. I won’t get into that, however. There are codec “packs” out there that simplify this process for more »
I was messing around with my codecs this morning and decided to update my ffdshow installation to clsid’s revision3291 (32-bit). I don’t remember the last revision I had, but I know it did not have the new DXVA decoder available for h.264 and VC-1 sources. What really piqued my interest, was that it included settings more »
Just came across this on the Media Browser forum. My movies come with subtitles, so I don’t have much of a comment on this one. It is interesting, to say the least though. All relative information is available in the link provided.
First, I want to say that this post does not have anything to do with hardware acceleration. If you’re playing MKV files within 7MC and want to subtitles, you’re not going to get it. What I do want to say in this post is that Shark007’s codec pack for Windows 7 x64 (using v1.1.5 x64 more »