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  Reply # 368590 17-Aug-2010 11:36
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Very helpful.




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  Reply # 368599 17-Aug-2010 11:56
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Glad to see that Hack7MC isn't dead. I went with Sharks codec pack when I upgraded to Win 7 and it's been great. I know some of the HTPC purists out there will grumble at the sound of "codec pack" but it isn't a bloated mess like somehave been in the past.

Only thing I still have issues with is TV3 (Freeview HD) not having sound sometimes. Problem is solved by going to another channel then back to 3 but it gets annoying. Doesn't do it all the time either. Other than that, all good!

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  Reply # 368603 17-Aug-2010 12:01
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Not exactly codec related, but folks whilst they are in this thread may also find this link handy - http://thegreenbutton.com/forums/t/4259.aspx for plug-ins and applications.




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  Reply # 368618 17-Aug-2010 12:44
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That's a good recap, though is it correct that is states that DXVA with subtitles is still not possible?

What about with CoreAVC, ArcSoft or Cyberlink codecs?

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  Reply # 368620 17-Aug-2010 12:53
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Ragnor: That's a good recap, though is it correct that is states that DXVA with subtitles is still not possible?

What about with CoreAVC, ArcSoft or Cyberlink codecs?


Hmm

http://www.jonsguides.com/2010/03/subtitles-and-dxva-in-windows-media.html
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jCV1914A7E 

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  Reply # 371786 23-Aug-2010 19:47
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Asmodeus, I have the same problem with TV3

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  Reply # 371800 23-Aug-2010 20:14
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AceVPD: Asmodeus, I have the same problem with TV3



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