Videolan 0.4.1: Corrupted output on Win2k
gbazin at netcourrier.com
Mon Jun 17 09:46:15 CEST 2002
On Sunday 16 June 2002 22:02, Grafisch Bureau Creatype wrote:
> Hi there,
> I just downloaded version 0.4.1 of videolan for
> Windows 2000, and found that all video files
> are seriously distorted.
> You can see an example on the following
> This problem didn't occur in 0.3.x or 0.4.0.
First thing, I noticed from the screenshot that VLC is not using any kind
of hardware acceleration (the title bar says what kind of hw acceleration
you are using if you are using one). This is pretty unusal because most
graphics cards on Windows do support some kind of hw accel.
Can you give me a quick description of your system (DirectX version and
Graphics card reference).
The other thing I would ask is to play with the options of the DirectX
plugin in the "preferences" menu, particularly try to enable "use video
buffers in system memory" and see if it changes anything.
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