Videolan 0.4.1: Corrupted output on Win2k
tony at castley.net
Mon Jun 17 11:31:28 CEST 2002
Before you shrug this off, the same problem occurs in BeOS if no
hardware accel is available. Looks like a RGB32 chroma problem
> 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
> > url:
> > http://www.phpadsnew.com/vlc.jpg
> > 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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