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#30841 23-Feb-2009 14:50

I have installed DivX 7.0 and it definitly comes with a H.264 Codec.  However GBPVR does not  find it.  Does anyone have any experience with this codec.  Does it work wiith GBPVR.  Is it any good.
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  #197465 23-Feb-2009 15:16
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To attempt to use it with GB-PVR you would need to insert the directshow filter name into config.xml into the H.264 decoders section. This would allow you to select it in the H.264 codec drop box.

There are no guarantees this would work as H.264 codecs aren't necessary as interchangeable as many of the MPEG2 ones were.

 

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