Sorry, just realised that it only works when I save the URL (right click etc) and then manually paste it in a separate window.Shredder11 wrote: Your download link did not work for me, so I Googled for the file name and downloaded a 141MB file which has a 23.97 film frame rate.
Thank you: just tried DTS_Info.exe and it stays gray with my .mkv file and turns red and green with the other HD (.divx) file I have.Shredder11 wrote: Hmmm.....I think we have found your problem! When running the Planet Earth Pole to Pole video, it does not utilise the Broadcom and infact this decoder is absent from the Filters menu in the K-Lite Codec pack; CPU use at around 25secs is approx 60% on my Core2 Duo T7500. If I then run my football video again, the Broadcom is fully available and running. By the way I am not sure if you know this, but there is a file here C:\Program Files\Broadcom\Broadcom CrystalHD Decoder\DTS_Info.exe and when launched, it places an icon in the Windows System Tray and this lights up red and green if the video decoder is operating or not.
Wondering what exactly in the .mkv file it dislikes...
> Try this one.
Could you please confirm your card kicks in when you play this very .mkv file? If so did you have to change any settings or do any tweaks for that?