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Poll Results: So after trying it, what do you think?

 
  • 41% (5)
    Wowzers!
  • 0% (0)
    On-par with other methods.
  • 16% (2)
    There's better software out there.
  • 41% (5)
    Waste of bandwidth!
12 Total Votes  
post #51 of 70
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Originally Posted by frickfrock99 View Post

I was about to install Dxtory until I saw it needed Net Framework 4.
Never closed something so fast in my life. tongue.gif
I suppose I'll just have to wait till a non-NF4 version comes out.

What is wrong with NF4 ? headscratch.gif
post #52 of 70
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Originally Posted by Phantom_Dave View Post

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It's not my system.

That's odd. I'm using FF 11 too, and it shows up for me. It does in Chrome as well. Are you using the Cosmic Panda YouTube layout by any chance? Or the default one?
Regular
375
Cosmic Panda
559

Cosmic Panda was experimental and was known to cause issues with certain videos and features.

EDIT: Nevermind, you're using Regular YouTube. I don't know what the issue could be. Perhaps check your YouTube preferences?
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post #53 of 70
I fingered it out. Apparently there is something different about videos which are uploaded at 1440p. One of my FF addons was blocking any video which was uploaded like that.

Whether or not the quality is better? The jury is still out. It really depends on the video. Every video is different. In order to truly compare the exact same video would need to be uploaded in 1080p and 1440p.

But for great quality game videos the bandwidth on 1440p is going to be unwatchable unless a user lets it buffer for quite a while first. Movies you might be able to get away with it since they don't require as much bitrate to look good.
post #54 of 70
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Ghooble View Post

I do know that Youtube does that but have you seen the "Original" setting? For when you are going to the absolute extreme, it *appears* to be uncompressed on Youtube's end. Though I can't guarantee this

Original refers to resolution. It's still compressed. Heavily so.
post #55 of 70
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xenthos View Post

I'm not sure why it does not display the speed button, since it was there in some other videos. Anyway. I lost track of what I was saying so...
The original video is the 1440p resolution, because the OP says so, I don't know a way to check this and you'll kinda have to trust YouTube that it is. Obviously YT won't show the specific number once it goes above 1080p because that would be a mess. 1200p 1440p 1600p 2045p etc.
I have no clue as to why you don't have an option to select the original size. All I can say is that I'm running Firefox Nightly 14.0a1 with Adobe Flash 11.2.202.233 on Windows 7 Ultimate x86-64.

Actually when a video is running, you can right-click the video and choose show video information. It'll give you bitrate, fps, download rate, and also...what actual resolution the video is playing at. If you don't have access to the "original" resolution setting, you may be running the HTML5 player instead of the Flash version of the YouTube player which would not allow you to play all my videos potentially, as they are ad-supported (ie. flash required)
post #56 of 70
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Xenthos View Post

Too bad I don't have a 1440p monitor.
I selected "a waste of bandwidth", I realize it was aimed at the people who got a catleap IPS panel, it's just that the general public and I really mean like 99.999% of all people, won't be able to watch it at its full potential.

Thanks. I forgot only people with 1440p displays use screen capture. Silly me.
post #57 of 70
after installing all the stuff and giving it a shot for myself, my cccp/mpc-hc install was completely massacred. It now looks like this : http://imgur.com/IOrm9 and crashes instantly when I try to full screen. Artifacts and stuff abound as well. Uninstalling all the software and cleaning the registry didn't help. Neither did installing, uninstalling cccp and resetting the settings multiple times. Any advice besides a reformat?
post #58 of 70
Thread Starter 
Not sure what could be causing it but I'd try manually removing (and deleting) the video card driver under device manager. Then using driver sweeper for the issues with the amd control panel (which I assume cccp is?) http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/

As for mpc not working, It's probably some incompatibility issue with the xvid codec installed. Make sure xvid is uninstalled, then try uninstalling/reinstalling your (I assume?) klite codec pack again.
post #59 of 70
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Originally Posted by HyperMatrix View Post

Not sure what could be causing it but I'd try manually removing (and deleting) the video card driver under device manager. Then using driver sweeper for the issues with the amd control panel (which I assume cccp is?) http://www.guru3d.com/category/driversweeper/
As for mpc not working, It's probably some incompatibility issue with the xvid codec installed. Make sure xvid is uninstalled, then try uninstalling/reinstalling your (I assume?) klite codec pack again.

thanks for the quick response. cccp is the favored codec pack for anime viewing nowadays, I guess you could say it is similar to klite. I try hunting down the xvid codec. Thanks.

edit: no dice, xvid was already gone from what I could tell. I reinstalled and uninstalled the full xvid package but no changes.
Edited by sbuck333 - 5/4/12 at 1:46am
post #60 of 70
Thread Starter 
Did you try reinstalling your original codec pack that you use for anime? If it uses ffdshow and the settings were altered somehow while installing other codecs, it would cause issues. A proper reinstall should write over the codecs and also their settings/permissions. It's really hard to trouble shoot when you're not there yourself. frown.gif
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