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The CoreCodec, CoreAVC High Definition H.264 video codec is based on the MPEG-4 Part 10 standard and is the video codec used in AVCHD, Blu-Ray and in HD-DVD.
 
The CoreCodec, CoreAVC High Definition H.264 video codec is based on the MPEG-4 Part 10 standard and is the video codec used in AVCHD, Blu-Ray and in HD-DVD.
 
   
 
   
The efficiency of CoreAVC in 'software' is often compared to be faster than other solutions that try to rely on 'hardware' to increase playback performance of H.264 video
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The efficiency of CoreAVC in 'software' is often compared to be faster than other solutions that try to rely on 'hardware' to increase playback performance of H.264 video.
  
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'''Note:''' CoreAVC is not a free/freeware software, you have to buy it to use. Evaluation available.
  
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'''Another note:''' The 1.9.5 version of CoreAVC may have problem with decoding releases made by the latest x264 build  [http://www.ggkthx.org/2009/11/11/announcement-latest-x264-build-fucks-with-coreavc/].
  
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==System Requirements==
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These information are for CoreAVC 2.0
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'''CoreAVC™ for Windows'''
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*CPU - 800 MHz or faster Intel Pentium class or equivalent AMD processor
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*RAM - At least 256MB of RAM
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*OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
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'''480p video at 24 frames per second'''
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*CPU - 1.4 GHz or faster Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD processor
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*RAM - At least 256MB of RAM- 64MB or greater video card
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*OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
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'''720p video at 24-30 frames per second'''
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*CPU - 2.2 GHz or faster Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD processor
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*RAM - At least 512MB of RAM
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*GPU - 128MB or greater video card
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*OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
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'''1080p video at 24-30 frames per second'''
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*CPU - 2.8 GHz or faster Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD processor
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*RAM - At least 1GB of RAM
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*GPU - 256MB or greater video card
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*OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
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''Information taken from the [http://corecodec.com/products/coreavc/requirements official website].''
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==Installation==
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''This guide covers the installation of CoreAVC to use with [[CCCP]] and Media Player Classic.
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# Install CoreAVC. Do NOT install haali media splitter!
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# Open the configuration tool of CCCP.
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# Uncheck H.265/AVC from FFDShow
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# Save the settings here
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# Open mplayerc, open the options window (default key: O, or use View → Options)
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# Go to ''External filters'' on the left tree
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# Press '''Add filter''', select CoreAVC from the list, then press OK.
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# Save the settings, and you are done.
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==Usage from Linux==
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The [http://code.google.com/p/coreavc-for-linux/ CoreAVC for Linux] project develops software, that can be used to use CoreAVC from Linux systems. The project is currently active, and approved by the CoreAVC team.
  
 
==External Websites==
 
==External Websites==
 
[http://www.coreavc.com/ Core AVC Website]
 
[http://www.coreavc.com/ Core AVC Website]

Latest revision as of 18:57, 27 December 2009

The CoreCodec, CoreAVC High Definition H.264 video codec is based on the MPEG-4 Part 10 standard and is the video codec used in AVCHD, Blu-Ray and in HD-DVD.

The efficiency of CoreAVC in 'software' is often compared to be faster than other solutions that try to rely on 'hardware' to increase playback performance of H.264 video.

Note: CoreAVC is not a free/freeware software, you have to buy it to use. Evaluation available.

Another note: The 1.9.5 version of CoreAVC may have problem with decoding releases made by the latest x264 build [1].

System Requirements

These information are for CoreAVC 2.0

CoreAVC™ for Windows

  • CPU - 800 MHz or faster Intel Pentium class or equivalent AMD processor
  • RAM - At least 256MB of RAM
  • OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7


480p video at 24 frames per second

  • CPU - 1.4 GHz or faster Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD processor
  • RAM - At least 256MB of RAM- 64MB or greater video card
  • OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7


720p video at 24-30 frames per second

  • CPU - 2.2 GHz or faster Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD processor
  • RAM - At least 512MB of RAM
  • GPU - 128MB or greater video card
  • OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7

1080p video at 24-30 frames per second

  • CPU - 2.8 GHz or faster Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD processor
  • RAM - At least 1GB of RAM
  • GPU - 256MB or greater video card
  • OS - Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7

Information taken from the official website.

Installation

This guide covers the installation of CoreAVC to use with CCCP and Media Player Classic.

  1. Install CoreAVC. Do NOT install haali media splitter!
  2. Open the configuration tool of CCCP.
  3. Uncheck H.265/AVC from FFDShow
  4. Save the settings here
  5. Open mplayerc, open the options window (default key: O, or use View → Options)
  6. Go to External filters on the left tree
  7. Press Add filter, select CoreAVC from the list, then press OK.
  8. Save the settings, and you are done.

Usage from Linux

The CoreAVC for Linux project develops software, that can be used to use CoreAVC from Linux systems. The project is currently active, and approved by the CoreAVC team.

External Websites

Core AVC Website