I dont really know of any advantages other then being working better on Windows 7 its configured use windows7 framework I reached out to HCI after...
About a year ago I was having issues with wc4 not being able to display video
HCI was kind enough to work with me on a solution he said that he would...
Ill be more then help you test any new versions i think we make a good team considering this has been a issue for many users id like to keep this...
once we test this some more i assume it will be officially released here and forwarded to gog to update the package?
very happy to report that the new dll works the only issue i see is that it does not show the black bars during interactive choices making some...
hmm i dont see a setting for that in here rather then mess with it ill wait on that dll
@HCI lets try those work arounds
thanks for the response but it doesn't really relate to our issue
im on a 6150 se
im not sure how would i check?
no change really
i have fraps could it record inside wc4 if so i can post s video
UPDATE : i may have discovered the key to this entire thing when i...
not really any change but as i said i see brief flashes on the video after hitting esc
example its black at start i hit esc to skip and i see part of...
i did as suggested no change so ill wait for that new dll this is very discouraging now if even you are run out of idea's
the only other video audio device i have is http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/p/lifecam-cinema
sorry to report no change
nothing really improved in that one heres the new log
still no video but i think we are getting closer i was able to see a very quick glance of the bar scene for a millisecond
i guess the benefit of all this testing is not only will we solve this issue but you may be able to create some sort of patch based on what works...
here the cccp renter test
File: C:\games\Wing Commander IV\vob\SC_0010A.vob
Filter 0: Video Renderer
here a new debug and wc4 graph in case you need it
The filter has been added to the graph
Render file .\vob\\sc_0010f.vob
File has media type...
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