[Matroska-users] Collection of MKV files becoming unwatchable with newer installs of splitter

Andrew Boisen andrewboisen at gmail.com
Tue Jan 12 06:08:36 CET 2010


Thanks. I'll check that out.

Andrew

2010/1/12 Rolf Ernst <rolf.ernst at 24hourloop.com>

> Andrew,
>
> my guess is that this problem is decoder related and not
> container-specific. VLC has its own decoder, doesn't use DirectX. Why don't
> you take one of those files and extract the streams with mkvextract and
> multiplex it into a MP4 container (YAMB, MP4Box) and play that back. At
> least this will tell you who the culprit is.
>
> Andrew Boisen wrote:
>
>   No, 32bit.
>
> Andrew
>
> 2010/1/12 Rolf Ernst <rolf.ernst at silverlightning.org>
>
>> Running 64 bit windows?
>>
>>  On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 9:07 PM, Andrew Boisen <andrewboisen at gmail.com>wrote:
>>
>>>  I'm looking for a little advice. I have a large collection (100+) of
>>> .mkv movies that I had successfully watched using Haali Media Splitter
>>> between 2008-2009. I currently have the newest version (19/12/2009) of Haali
>>> Media Splitter installed and about 1 in 10 of these movies now plays with
>>> horrible green pixelation that obscures most of the video. Audio seems
>>> unaffected.
>>>
>>> I can watch all these files without problem from VLC player, the problem
>>> is present when using Windows 7 MCE. I assume because MCE uses DirectX to
>>> play the video, and thus Haali Media Splitter is being invoked?
>>>
>>> I would appreciate some guidance as to how I might diagnose what is going
>>> on. I've tried to detect a pattern to the mkv movies that are playing up,
>>> but haven't found any. Seems random to my eyes.
>>>
>>> Also, Is there a way to get older versions of Haali Media Splitter to
>>> test with?
>>>
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