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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Tue Apr 05, 2016 3:45 am

jscoys wrote:Come on men... Windows Media Player on Windows 10 is able to read H265 HEVC at 10 bits and Splash 2.0, a paid product, is not???

Please add the support for 10 bits...
I know! Makes absolutely no sense this feature is missing. 10-bit has been the PRIMARY update many have been waiting for!

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Tue Apr 05, 2016 4:20 pm

I'm pretty sure that the team is working on it. It would be a shame to give up now when so many features were added. After the 10 bits support, this player Will be the best available on the market, ahead of MadVr or other products. Please team, let us know that you are working in it :roll:

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Fri Apr 08, 2016 3:32 pm

rasta_nz wrote:Used driver sweeper to do a clean re-installed of the latest nVidia drivers v364.51 for my 2x ASUS GTX980 Poseidon's which seems to have fixed the HEVC/H265 playback... I wish nVidia would make driver uninstalls a lot more simplistic and wipe the left over junk completely along with the mains.

EDIT:
Nope, no good still, only plays lower HEVC/H265 bit rates, it wont do 10bit ... nothing wrong my Drivers nor hardware because the 10bit movie file I'm testing works with both x32 and x64 MPC-BE and MPC-HC players... so it's the SPLASH player!!!
It can play 4K HEVC 10bit 60fps 50mbps well with GTX960/950.

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Sat Apr 09, 2016 10:38 am

So is it only 1080p video? On my side, I've got a 750 ti and it doesn't play 10 bits HEVC. Is it my video card? Is it supposed to play?

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Mon Apr 11, 2016 7:19 pm

jscoys wrote:So is it only 1080p video? On my side, I've got a 750 ti and it doesn't play 10 bits HEVC. Is it my video card? Is it supposed to play?
I told you before that 750Ti can't play any 10-bit HEVC video! It can't even play 8-bit HEVC in native HW mode.
Get at least GTX 950, 750Ti is old now and don't complain about Splash ;)

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Tue Apr 12, 2016 11:11 pm

P.J wrote:
jscoys wrote:So is it only 1080p video? On my side, I've got a 750 ti and it doesn't play 10 bits HEVC. Is it my video card? Is it supposed to play?
I told you before that 750Ti can't play any 10-bit HEVC video! It can't even play 8-bit HEVC in native HW mode.
Get at least GTX 950, 750Ti is old now and don't complain about Splash ;)
Ok 750ti CAN play 8-bit HEVC in native HW mode because I can with Splash.

I CAN play 10-bit HEVC in software mode with Media Player in Windows 10, and it's relatively fluid. So I will download only movies in 8-bit and when I have 250$ to spend I will get a GTX 950 to have 8 & 10 Bits HW support.

What is to bad in this situation is that you need HW support from your video card... Splash should allow software decoding for specific cases. I'm pretty sure that my PC would hold it well, even with my 750ti... but seems not to be the orientation!

Thx for your answer. And I love splash ;-)

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Sun May 08, 2016 10:53 am

P.J wrote:It can play 4K HEVC 10bit 60fps 50mbps well with GTX960/950.
Wow, that's weird Splash refuses to playback HEVC 10bit on my GTX980 Poseidon's but HEVC 10bit runs flawlessly using MPC-BE and every other media player I've tried, VLC, PowerDVD and so on... I find that a little strange that you are able to run HEVC 10bit on Splash using lower spec GPU's such as the GTX960/950.

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Sun May 08, 2016 9:39 pm

In fact it seems that Splash use only hardware decoding from what is available on the gpu side. So if there isn't HW decoding for 10 bits, Splash prefers not to display picture whereas the other players tries to play at a software level. Maybe that Splash wants to offer the best quality possible in all situation...

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Wed May 11, 2016 6:21 pm

Can we read somewhere what are the changes in 2.0.4 version?

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Re: Splash 2.0 - updates thread

Wed May 11, 2016 8:24 pm

ertan.kucukoglu wrote:Can we read somewhere what are the changes in 2.0.4 version?
11/05/2016 Splash 2.0.4

NEW FEATURE: Hardware accelerated export to MP4 (HEVC/H.265) added for NVIDIA graphics cards (minimum GTX 900 series and driver R358 or above are required)
NEW FEATURE: Export enabled for HEVC/H.265 video files
Added thumbnails on playlist for HEVC/H.265 video files
Playback and exporting stability improvements

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