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Old 2 Dec 2009, 03:56 AM   #1
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Default Glitches while playing with CoreAVC

Hello,
latelly i have this problem..
I play some new videos coded with x264 with CoreAVC + Haali Media Splitter. It used to work very well for more than a year or so. But when i try to play some newer videos I have massive glitches using CoreAVC. I believe it's because people started using some new version of H264. I've tried to install the newest CoreAVC, but it didn't fix it.

I don't have that problem while i'm running videos with other codecs, like libavcodec or ffmpeg-mt in ffdshow, but my computer is too slow for them. CoreAVC and Haali is the only pack i know that works correctly...

How can i fix that? Shall i change something in CoreAVC settings or maybe i should look for another, 'fast' codec which will work on my laptop? If yes, what do you recommend?
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