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Media Player Classic: Which output is best for screencaps?

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Media Player Classic: Which output is best for screencaps?

Post by Keiko1981 » Feb 19th, '10, 18:16

Which "output" is best to choose when saving screen-shots of videos when using Media Player Classic?
I don't know if this info of any use but I include it anyway.
I'm using Windows XP and NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT video card.

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Post by SacredCultivator » Mar 5th, '10, 23:34

I honestly am not sure myself and have issues with this as well...

I use EVR Cust. myself, but I notice when I do Screenshots of 4x4 (1280 res)... At times i get either duplicate frames OR frames that dont' even take place at the timestamp being marked...

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Re: Media Player Classic: Which output is best for screencap

Post by XrayMind » Mar 6th, '10, 00:30

Keiko1981 wrote:Which "output" is best to choose when saving screen-shots of videos when using Media Player Classic?
I don't know if this info of any use but I include it anyway.
I'm using Windows XP and NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT video card.
Since you are running on Windows XP and I assume you have Direct X 9 installed with your video driver. I think using VMR9 is your best chose. The below link will give you couple of suggestions on what filter settings you can enable to improve the output of the video.

http://wiki.digital-digest.com/index.ph ... s_and_Tips

Note: I love how the HomeCinema version of Media Player Classic can render most or all of the h.264/x264 video using the GPU on my graphic card. 100% off load to my 8800GTS and about 50% on my 8600GT. Meaning no CPU usage for video rendering on 8800GTS system.

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