Wieder eine "stable"-Version:
Zitat von nevcairielLAV Filters 0.68
Download: Installer (both x86/x64) -- Zips: 32-bit & 64-bitCode:LAV Splitter - NEW: H.264 MVC 3D demuxing from MKV 3D, Blu-ray discs and Blu-ray SSIF files - Fixed: The bitdepth of DTS-HD MA streams is reported properly in the stream information LAV Video - NEW: H.264 MVC 3D decoding (requires madVR 0.90 or newer) - NEW: HEVC HDR streams export the HDR metadata to the video renderer (requires madVR 0.89.18 or newer) - NEW: VP9 DXVA2 Hardware Acceleration - NEW: Weston Three Field Deinterlacing filter (w3fdif) - NEW: Ability to choose which GPU is used for DXVA2-CopyBack decoding - Changed: Removed the CUVID HQ processing option, it is now automatically used when appropriate - Fixed: CUVID would crash when playing certain HEVC files - Fixed: Some pixel format conversions were much slower than expected - Fixed: Pixel Format changes mid-stream were not re-negotiated with the renderer in all cases - Fixed: Changes in the framerate due to software deinterlacing are properly reflected in the media type LAV Audio - Fixed: Increased PCM buffering to avoid stuttering with TrueHD on some audio devices
Download 3D Plugin: 32-bit & 64-bit
H.264 MVC 3D Support
This version introduces support for decoding H.264 MVC 3D streams, as found on 3D Blu-rays (or in MKVs created from those Blu-rays with MakeMKV).
LAV Splitter supports reading H.264 MVC from Blu-rays directly, when opening a Blu-ray SSIF file, or from MKVs. Note that MVC in MPEG-TS which is not created Blu-ray compliant is not supported at this time.
To enable decoding of the H.264 MVC extensions, an external decoder plugin is required, which the Installer will automatically download if the appropriate option is set, or which you can download manually from the links above (place in the same folder as LAVVideo.ax)
LAV Video currently does not allow "processing" the 3D video in any way, it can only output it to a 3D aware video renderer - madVR 0.90 or later. In the future it might be possible to have LAV Video render the video as Side-by-Side, but not in this release.
The interface to receive 3D video and accompanying metadata is documented in the developer info package, if other renderer developers want to support this.
HEVC HDR support
Also new in this release is the ability to export the HDR metadata from HEVC HDR streams. This metadata is automatically send to the video renderer, so it can render the video properly. This is available with madVR 0.89.18 or newer.
LAV Video does not process the HDR information in any way, and any video renderer unaware of HDR will still render the typical "washed out" image.
The interface for the HDR metadata is also documented in the developer information.
DXVA2 VP9 Hardware Acceleration
Late last year Microsoft published a specification on VP9 DXVA2 hardware acceleration. Shortly after, both Intel and NVIDIA started to support this in their hardware.
This version of LAV Video enables using the hardware acceleration in the latest NVIDIA GPUs (GTX950/960), and recent Intel GPUs (Braswell and Skylake)
Please note that only VP9 Profile 0 is supported, 4:2:0 8-bit.
There is more!
On top of all these features, LAV Video also added a new deinterlacer, Weston Three Field Deinterlacing Filter (w3fdif), which can achieve quality similar to YADIF at much higher speeds (simple on 32-bit, complex on 64-bit)
For multi-GPU systems, you can now choose which GPU DXVA2-CopyBack should use for decoding. Please note that only GPUs with a connected display are available (Direct3D9 limitation)
And of course there is also a list of stability and bug fixes that may not even have made the changelog.
Enjoy one of the bigger LAV releases of the recent past, and have fun!
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