2. Extract it to, preferably, your C:/Program Files/mpv.
3. Change your default program to MPV
-- Right click your .mkv files, open with MPV
-- Alternatively, go to the link below if you can't understand shit
Links : https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/18539/windows-7-change-default-programs
Note : If you don't like the shorcut function, such as mouse scrolling used as seeking instead of volume, you need to build mpv from scratch using a modified config file to modify the shortcut, because the config file is *baked* into the executable file. Look at their github for the guides, or scroll to the bottom post and open Advanced MPV Guide for more information.
Ubuntu and any debian-based distro
Prerequisite : You will need an account with a sudo or root access (Admin), and of course an internet connection.
1. Open up terminal and add the mpv PPA by copying and pasting (or by manually typing) the codes below.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/mpv-tests
2. Update your repo and install mpv
sudo apt update && sudo apt install mpv
Building from scratch for other distro (including ubuntu and debian)
Prerequisite : You will need to install git in your distro.
This require you to have some knowledge in linux command line (bash, zsh, etc). I will not cover command line part since I assume you know what you're doing.
The easy way :
1. Checkout the build repo:
git clone https://github.com/mpv-player/mpv-build.git
2. To get the ffmpeg, libass and mpv sources and build them, run the command:
The -j4 asks it to use 4 parallel processes.
Note : This command implicitly does an update followed by a full cleanup (even if nothing changes), which is supposed to reduce possible problems with incremental builds. You can do incremental builds by explicitly calling ./build. This can be faster on minor updates, but breaks sometimes, e.g. the FFmpeg build system can sometimes be a bit glitchy.
3. Install mpv with command :
mpv doesn't need to be installed. The binary ./mpv/build/mpv can be used as-is. You can copy it to /usr/local/bin manually. Note that libass and ffmpeg will be statically linked with mpv when using the provided scripts, and no ffmpeg or libass libraries are/need to be installed. There are no required config or data files either.
The alternative compiling guide if the guide above broke :
Resolving the issue with OPUS audio for Mac OS X Users: Credit to XLordNoro for writing this guide on Mac OS X
Sadly, Mac OS X doesn’t have an all-in one package like KCP or CCCP. However, MPV works without any issues whether the encode is in x264 or x265 using OPUS audio.
MPV can be downloaded from the following link: MPV
1. Once the download is complete, open the .gz file and mpv will be extracted.
2. After mpv has been extracted, place mpv in the applications folder by opening finder and navigating to the applications folder or by using the shortcut command + shift + A.
3. To make mpv the default for playing mkv’s, right-click the file you want to open and hover over open with and click other, which is at the bottom of the new submenu.
4. Once you click on other, a new menu called choose application will appear. Near the bottom of the menu, you will see Always open with this application. Click the box once to check it off so it will always be the default, then select MPV, and click open.
5. All of the files of that type (in this case .mkv) should now have their icons changed to MPV signifying that they are associated with MPV.
This should resolve any of the issues users were having with OPUS audio for Mac OS X. Be warned, Even the latest build of MPV isn’t guaranteed to run on the latest versions of OS X.
P.S: You can’t change the volume with the arrow keys or by scrolling up or down with the mouse wheel! However, you can still increase/decrease the volume by pressing 9 or 0 (that’s a zero, not an o) and it will change the volume in 2% increments.
If u want more than one file to play in a row, make sure to select the files you want to play. Right-click the first file and click open. MPV will then play the selected files in order once the first file is done.
Alternative for MPV or if MPV doesn’t work on the newest version of OS X:
Iina can be download from the following link: Iina
P.S: This will only work on OS versions 10.10 or greater. So you have to be at Yosemite at the very least to be able to run this player or you will get an error message saying you need 10.10 or higher to run the application.
I don't understand shit at all, or I can't do the configuration part
Download the latest build of MX player at the bitten apple store.
Links : Search app store
FAQ - Frequently Answered (not Ask) Question
I received so many comments about broken video, that's because the latest LAV Megamix (and others) were updating something that broke the entire codec setups. I suggest to use no other than Megamix-LAVFilters-0.70.2-x86 (you can download it here or any older version of your codec pack (just before August 2017 version). Do not use any incremental update of LAV Filter Megamix for the time being.
The latest version of LAV Filter Megamix is good now, fixed most things but not everything.
Question : My PC/laptop/toaster can't play the encodes smoothly! Answer : Use MPV instead of the glorious madvr. If you still can't play it, toast your toaster with a new toaster.
Question : I got a glitched video after seeking from/to ordered chapter part! Answer : This is, most likely, because of a different encoding settings. Wait until the encoder fix it, or just remove the ordered chapter part (e.g OP/ED) for a temporary fix.
Question : I got silenced audio after entering OP/ED/Ordered chapter part! Answer : Make sure your LAV Filter is used and configured properly. Ask at discord if you can't figure shit out of it. If you're using MPC-HC : There is a behaviour in MPC-HC which causes silenced audio if you play, for example, a main episode with AAC codec and OP/ED with OPUS codec. MPV doesn't have this problem. If you're using PotPlayer : You can force LAV Filter to be used as default
After updating your codecs and PotPlayer,
looks like PotPlayer fails to load LAV Splitter on Opus audio when in OC!
you can force it to use it like this, if LAV Splitter doesn't appear for you, click on Filter management then Scan then Ok,
after that choose LAV Splitter in Matroska^
That's all you need to play Opus Audio in potplayer when it's OC'ed.
From this point onward, I do not recommend you to install K-Lite/KCP/CCCP/whatever-wtf-name codec pack with exception of LAV Filter Megamix (tailored for most movie playback but mainly Anime) and MPV (simplicity at its finest, but also complicated at the same time).
More to comes.
- If you already have KCP installed, you can update the LAV filter, MPC-HC and madvr manually instead.
- There is a lot of subjective quality comparison between mpv and madvr NGU at /g/. I prefer mpv due to it being lightweight and less resource hungry, even old toaster with shitty sandy bridge can play 1080p hevc fine.
If you're migrating from MPC-HC to MPV, you'll have some weird experience with the shortcut setups. For example, mouse scrolling is used for seeking video in MPV, while in MPC-HC will control the volume either up or down. If you want to modify the shortcut and keybindings, you will need to create a new config file name "input.conf" in your MPV root directory. The following line will change the volume up or down if you add it to input.conf
MOUSE_BTN3 add volume 2
MOUSE_BTN4 add volume -2
For more information of the assigned button, look at their github pages of input.conf which list all the default buttons.
The default MPV.conf should be fine playing most video. If you want to modify the video rendering things in MPV, you'll need to create mpv.conf in your MPV root directory. These config might aswell enhance your viewing pleasure
# Use High Quality preset as default
# Fallback to Standard Preset if you have performance issues
# DXVA2 API for hardware decoder (8-bit h264, 8-bit/10-bit h265 if your hardware support it)
To be continued..
If your codecs aren't updated, our encodes will display incorrectly as they're encoded with the newest 10-bit x264 which provides much better quality at lower file sizes.
If you think that the video is displayed incorrectly (blurry, wrong colors etc.) ->
It means that your decoder only supports 8-bit x264 and you need to update your codecs, so it can playback 10-bit x264 encodes correctly!
Update:Besides CCCP there is a newer codec pack, which can install on all types of computers ancient and new KCP now only supports Vista, 7, and 8(8.1+). Download Kawaii Codec Pack. It installs mpc-hc, madvr, lav filters, and ensures the best quality10-bit playback.
After you install the latest version, there shouldn't be any problem and you can watch 10-bit (Hi10) encodes correctly!
After you've installed one of these codecs and you still have problems, you should check your settings in Media Player Classic. The easiest way that when you playback a video, right click on it -> Filters -> if you see the internal "MPC Video Decoder" here, you need to disable it; (View -> Options -> Internal Filters -> uncheck "H264/AVC").
Or you can try out PotPlayer, which is also a nice video player: https://www.videohelp.com/tools/PotPlayer For the best quality we recommend the madVR renderer (right click in PotPlayer -> Video -> Video Renderer -> Madshi Video Renderer) it also has internal 10-bit support.
MPlayer2 and VLC also supports 10-bit playback internally, if you don't like the other choices... though VLC is not recommended. https://mplayer2.srsfckn.biz
This is included in case you have any question, so you can ask at discord to the relevant guide writers.
- kBaraka (PotPlayer LAV Filter fixes)
- XLordNoro (MacOS X guide)
- Zash, Sync, Zeust (Old Guide)
- fullcounter (Most of this except the mentioned above)
Source link soon, but most of this is from personal experience.
125 thoughts on “Playback guide”
for separated openings and its episodes, they wont connect after I rename it,,,
how can I make them automatically connect like they were supposed to even after I rename them?
are all files in the same folder? usually even if you rename the op/ed it should still work, I recommend to read this:
yea,, they are still in the same folder,,,
btw what I renamed is the episodes not the op/ed ? is that make anything different?
usually it shouldn’t affect the oc, I just tried randomly changing the name to snk files (episodes, op and ed) but they’re still working fine, what series are you trying to watch? maybe there’s some problem with the chapters of those files.
after I update my codec my problems solved,,,
sorry for the trouble and thanks a lot :p
so the best payback it’s cccp, erm i’d suggest to dl kcp but honestly i don’t like these kawaii programs interface, and is there any Installation and Settings for cccp?
I was a KM Player user, any tips for KM PLayer?
Forget KM PLAYER and use Potplayer, developed by same author.
I just found that mpv (http://mpv.io/), movie player based on MPlayer and mplayer2, is a really good player, it supports oc playback and uses libass which is good at subtitle rendering. 🙂
I am using MPV in Linux.
For users who want to play oc in potplayer, they have to download the latest version (32 bit) install and open. Right click then go to Filters > Advanced Filter Settings > Filter Priority > Add registered filter and choose Haali Media Splitter. Then click on Haali Media Splitter to highlight it. Then set the priority to prefer. Apply these settings and restart potplayer. Now you can play ordered chapters with potplayer.
i think OC works without Haali media Splitter.
Well, it doesn’t support OC by default….
I just installed Kawaii Codec Pack which comes with LAVFilters and xy-VSFilter. it just works. i don’t think i have configured something. anyway thank you.
Just a piece of info.
LAV Filters have ‘LAV splitter’ which handles ‘OC’.
Otherwise you’d need to get ‘Haali Media Splitter’ for playing OC stuff. Just a few versions back, LAV splitter didn’t use to support OC and people had to get the external splitter like Haali Media Splitter, but now it does. Although, afaik, Haali Media Splitter is slightly less prone to glitches as compared to LAV splitter.
Thank you too….
I see, did not know about it, i recently started using Potplayer. i used to use mpv in linux and MPC in windows.
why vlc isn’t recommended, it works fine ?
how do i fix my 10bit video file get’s pixelated on MPC-HC and vlc . I have K-Lite Codec Pack 10.6.0 Full and vlc-2.1.3
@zemgo, I know it’s been long since the question asked, but will help somebody.
-Uninstall all codecpacks>Restart the PC
-Updater graphics card drivers (directly download from AMD or Nvidia for ur card)>restart the PC
-install “DirectX End-User Runtimes” @(http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8109) directly from Microsoft (extract and install)
-Install MPC-HC or MPC-BE (for a modern theme)>restart the PC
-Setup the media player to play all video files using the player (go to Options>Formats) . All default settings should do fine. If u want u can look into the “Options” for more refine settings
-This should fix ur broblem
For MPC-HC daily builds (most up to date): http://nightly.mpc-hc.org (or google MPC-HC daily builds)
For MPC-BE daily builds: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=165890 (or google MPC-BE doom9)
i need help, sometimes subtitles disappear or they become flashy
I use cccp
And I have problem when play HEVC video
How to set my player
CCCP is already outdated, I will recommend you KCP.
yo Balwant do u love me
That’s a good question.
I’m using KCP and I’m experiencing lag on animated subtitles (e.g. Punch Line OP). Already tried disabling subtitle animation on MPC and problem still persists. Help please
Helpful guide Bro/Sis , thanks a bunch by the way.
Could play a 720p 10 bit video at the HIGH madVr settings with(still not highest) nary a hitch, but when it come to your Hagani next 1080p or any other 1080p, I can play without dropped frames only at the LOW settings (though still not the lowest, thankful for that).
link to mplayer2 in this page is death and I would recommend to replace it with mpv. and yeah, there’s also hq player like MPDN which also recommended IMO. this page needs to be updated. 🙂
What of mpv? Where does it compare to mpc-hc with LAV filters and madvr? To me, the output quality looks the exact same.
Found this great guide of LAV Filters Megamix codec pack:
for Potplayer https://imouto.my/tutorials/configuring-potplayer-for-gpu-accelerated-video-playback-with-dxva-or-cuda-and-also-high-performance-software-decoding/
for MPC-HC https://imouto.my/tutorials/watching-h264-videos-using-compute-unified-device-architecture-cuda/
Hi, I am using MPC-HC x64 bit when playing videos.
Whenever I would play a video, everything on-screen freezes.
MPC-HC would open, the status bar at the bottom would show “Opening” and then the freeze occur.
I noticed that this only happens when the video file has some sort of Attachments in the MediaInfo. Otherwise the video would play right away.
Attachments : Balthazar-Regular.ttf / charbb_reg.ttf / Chinela Brush.ttf / EFN Gregorio.ttf / KGShadowOfTheDay.ttf / POORICH.TTF
It happens one time, the first time I open a video file after turning on my PC.
If I restart or shut down my PC, then turn it on again, then open a video file with attachments, the freeze would occur again.
Does it have something to do with loading the attachments?
Is anyone else experiencing the same?
Goarweam, I’m a rank noob when it comes to this stuff, but I do know that those attachments are fonts, and I know that, surprisingly, loading fonts is an apparently delicate operation that often goes wrong and causes a program to misbehave. Try reinstalling the MPC-HC, and if that doesn’t help, ask on their forum about font-loading issues. Good luck.
Thank you for the guides! However, is there a guide for Mac’s? I use a Mac and usually use VLC or Mplayer to watch MKV videos… but I guess with the ordered chapter series (such as KHR), Both players aren’t working well :/ VLC at least plays the whole video with the OP/EDs but subs aren’t fully there… where as MplayerX & Extended, they show the subs but don’t link the OP/EDs… 🙁 Any other alternative? I’ve heard of MPV but it’s a bit too complicated for me…
Download mpv player. I use it on my mac when I’m on that partition, pretty rare tho becuz all of my encoding stuff is on the bootcamp partition.
Here’s a link to the latest build of mpv:
Just download the one labelled latest build and put mpv into the applications folder like usual and it should work fine. It may, or may not work on the latest version of OSX so consider that a warning.
If all goes well u should be running OC’ed episodes with everything showing up and no linking errors.
Oh thank you so much!! I didn’t notice someone replied to me, but yay it works!
Are there latest up to date information regarding madVR settings for watching Hi10 videos? I have recently reinstalled my K-lite Codec pack due to playback issues with the recent videos which having the opening and ending credits being played in reverse. Reinstalling was a good solution and now they are playing like it should. Now my problem is with the latest updates with madVR, I don’t know which best quality settings should I use when watching videos from this site. Google doesn’t help much since there are no updated links which addresses this issues. Thanks in advance.
If you’re looking for madVR best settings, then I suggest you to use LAV Filter Megamix instead, since it has some selection between low to high quality madVR preset when installing it.
how can i play anime in my android phone?(htc one m8)
its have lag and op and ed doesnt play with main anime
i have mx player pro
Use MPV from playstore
what’s the exact name for that player from play google store?
VLC also support OC. Don’t know about the playback quality though since I don’t watch anime on android.
if i get this do i still need kcp or cccp or can i uninstall them
You should uninstall KCP/CCCP first to ensure there are no conflict after installation.
Why not recomend K-Lite Codec Pack? is it not good?
Why this happen when i use MPV? http://imgur.com/a/rRdFj
Read the post FAQ above, especially 2nd question.
Is there no fix for this yet? Besides removing the OC’s, I mean? Because no matter how much I wait, it isn’t fixed. Can I change any settings?
Download an older version of MPV, I tried my encodes on the two latest builds of MPV and I got the graphics corruption, but when I tried the build from April. I got no video corruption when seeking. Or download KCP, it’s outdated, but, it never gives me any issues when playing any encodes on the site (whether it’s my own or another staff members).
I am using KCP MPC BE player [KCP_Black-1.0.7]. Is there any player better than this one? I used to use KCP MPC HC which lagged sometimes.
My PC configuration:
Intel (R) core 15-4200M @ 2.50Hz
Ram 4 gb
Intel HD Graphics 4600
AMD Radeon HD 8750M [2GB]
0.6.0.7 was last(Official) update :- http://haruhichan.com/forum/showthread.php?7545-KCP-Kawaii-Codec-Pack
0.6.0.9 was last(unofficial) update:- http://codecpack.co/download/Kawaii-Codec-Pack.html
Im currently using 0.6.0.9, you can get BE 1.0.8 from same link, also for your PC I will ask you to try mid lvl settings.
Does anyone have HEVC Playback problems with LAVFilters-0.70.2-17 (Klite K-Lite Codec Pack 13.4.1 to 13.4.3 Updates)
Video not rendering properly.. black with squares and glitches…
Had to rollback to an earlier version LAVFilters-0.70.2-08
(K-Lite Codec Pack 13.4.0) which did not have this problem
if you are a casual ,,
just install the latest version mpc-hc , and you’re good to go.. 🙂
dont touch any setting or what so ever, except probably to normalize audio in audio switcher tab to increase some lack of volume in certain movie/anime..
if you are a hardcore ,,
install svp (smooth video project) the free version or paid,,
all needed components will be installed automatically with some recommended setting up to your PC capabilities..
thats the easiest method.. turn off svp if you dont like the ghosting effect from it, madVr smooth motion is much better (imo).. 🙂
Does anyone know how to configure mpv in windows like changing keybindings,settings etc.?
It will be covered in the Advanced Part. I’ll post it as soon as it ready.
hello, i currently use klite, and i want to migrate to lav megamix
do i need to uninstall klite completely first? or do i even need to migrate at all?
oh and the player i want to use is mpc-hc, if that matters
You should uninstall klite first so it won’t conflict with the old codec. You can choose MPC when installing LAV Megamix
‘kay thanks 😀
pretty fast afterall
but i still need to install icaros thumbnail tho, it was included on klite ver.
Thanks for absolutely perfect guide for potplayer 🙂
Hi, I’m having problems getting the Potplayer to work. I don’t change anything in the settings not from the codecs themselves and yet it still cannot play any anime file. However, when I use MPC Home Cinema (included in the installer LAV Filter Megamix) it works just fine. Are there any configuration guides available for Potplayer? I tried using this guide from this site (https://imouto.my/tutorials/configuring-potplayer-for-gpu-accelerated-video-playback-with-dxva-or-cuda-and-also-high-performance-software-decoding/#Hi10-pnotes) but it doesn’t work for me. Please advise.
is there a way to get smooth motion feature from madvr in mpv?
If there is please cover that too.
thanks for the guide:)
There is actually a config you can add,
vo=opengl:interpolation(a.k.a the new SmoothMotion in mpv). Basically it merely blends and displays frames at 2.5 times, it is very smooth. You can try adding it to the mpv.conf and add some A/V resample, see this link.
Thanks for the guide. Just another concern coz i couldnt find “Kiddy Grade” in your project list anymore. Kinda strange but i swear i saw it the other day.. Cheers!
Regarding the “glitched video after seeking from/to ordered chapter part” when will this be fixed? There are a lot of anime from this site suffering with this “glitch”. It’s hard to continue watching when I pause and go to sleep, work, etc and when I continue the next day, the glitch is all over screen. I have all the latest updates for the codecs. Reinstall the LAV just to be sure and it is still there.
This is probably because of the show itself being incorrectly OC’ed.
My recommendation is to either remove the ordered chapter part or just deal with it (or wait until the encoder fix it)
Thanks for answering. Removing the OC is indeed a temporary solution. However, the glitch is really troublesome, especially if I tend to forget about it and try to “rewind” back to a certain scene and BOOM instant despair. Glitch all over the screen. The only way for me to get back on track is to watch the whole episode all over again. I doubt he encoder will try to fix this. He/She would either be too lazy to do anything about it or tends to be too busy with real life scenarios and forgets about their anime responsibilities. Sad.
Another thing you could try is to revert to older version of any video player/codec pack you use. I’ve been using mpv which released on 2017-04-23 and its plays all encodes here fine. For codec packs, maybe you should downgrade to version released earlier this year or from last year.
I’m currently watching Infinite Stratos season1 from this site and when OP and ED part there’s only romaji lyric showing without kanji and english sub. This happen when using MPV player. Do you how to fix this?
PotPlayer and VLC is my goto media player – Never fails
I would also like to mention that opus audio in mkv works by default in Potplayer – there are only rare cases with older encodes that you would to the LAVfilters
Note: LAVfilters are usually not installed on someone’s system by default so they can be found here:
As long as you stick with LAVFilters-0.70.2 from https://github.com/Nevcairiel/LAVFilters/releases
You are fine…
If your codec pack updates codec, just download and replace the files with ones inside:
There is nothing wrong with the latest LAV, if you have problem with it then create issues in their github and explain why.
The issue was reported in https://github.com/Nevcairiel/LAVFilters/issues/158 using your files as reference for the broken LAV filter.
Load Matroska Segments video seek regression on v0.70 #158
isral opened this issue
about 7 hours ago
Seek mkv with ordered chapter break video that downloaded from hi10anime.com
It’s not happen on old release (v0.68).
Disabling “Load Matroska Segments from external files” fix it.
How to reproduce (using anime Himouto! Umaru-chan):
Download (put in same folder):
Make sure “Load Matroska Segments from external files” enabled.
Seek several times inside several chapters.
Arigathou! 😀 <3
0.70.2 – 2017/07/06
Fixed: DXVA2 decoding could fail in 0.70 after a dynamic media type change
Can’t undertand why this problem persist on versions newer than this
even with the latest implementations of LAV Filter Megamix..
As I said it only affects a few encodes on this site… most notably Hajimete no Gal..
K-Lite Codec Pack 13.5.4 Mega fixes the glitched video problem.. tho its still in the beta stages… the
– LAV Filters to version 0.70.2-74-g1ec8a
This fixes the playback problems since it was working in K-Lite_Codec_Pack_1340_Mega
FYI New version just out LAV Filters Megamix 2017 September 18
Note: I installed LAV Filters Megamix 2017 September 18, and found out still does not have the updates to fixed glitched videos.. You have to wait for a later version..
Megamix-LAVFilters-0.70-x86.exe 2017-06-15 72.6MB *
Megamix-LAVFilters-0.70-x64.exe 2017-06-15 76.2MB *
from https://www.videohelp.com/software/LAV-Filters-Megamix/old-versions#downloadold since these were the last ones to work properly
Expect the next release of LAV-Filters-Megamix to have this critical update: (coming soon on this page https://www.videohelp.com/software/LAV-Filters-Megamix/
Looks like LAV-Filters-Megamix wont integrate the fixed 0.70.2-74-g1ec8a
Taken from feedback on the comments of this page:
ranpha: Is the problem caused by LAV Splitter? If yes, then for sure it hasn’t been fixed yet, and I can’t use their fix if I want to ship latest madVR in the installer. Need to wait for the time being.
t83: it has been fixed and KLite codec and Advanced Codecs are using this newer build of lav
ranpha: LAV Filters has not been updated for more than two weeks here. It is either custom patch, a revert or a downgrade; the latter two I am not willing to do.
CCCP codec FTW!
Codec Pack Updates which do not work with doesn’t work withHI-10 OCEd MKVs:
1. Shark Advanced Codecs 8.2.6 (https://www.videohelp.com/software/Win7codecs)
2. LAV Filters Megamix 28 September 2017
3. KMPlayer 188.8.131.52 (clame it on the bundled LAV filters)
Those that works are
1. Megamix-LAVFilters-0.70-x86.exe 2017-06-15 72.6MB *
Megamix-LAVFilters-0.70-x64.exe 2017-06-15 76.2MB *
2. K-Lite Codec Pack 13.5.5 +K-Lite Codec Pack 13.5.6 update
which work again http://www.codecguide.com/index.html
If you botched up your codec installation with a later version of LAV-Filters-Megamix..
Get the stable LAV Filters 0.70.2
This only contains the basic LAV package … no need to update the other software you are using.. I get the portables and copy the contents of the zip to whatever botched codec pack installation’s LAV folder..
NOTE: don’t touch the nightly release… 0.70.2-77 Nightly.. These dont work… with the Load external chapters option on the LAV splitter
Dude, you don’t have to comment the damn thing everyday. I did some test and updated the playback post. You can READ the damn post again.
I’m facing some issues in MPV player.
# Attachments (fonts) won’t load from segment file (OP/ED).
# In case of YUV444 video file, it gets broken during switching (OP>Main).
Anyone knows the solutions?
Use CCCP or KCP :/
Thanks for the reply but I use Pot+LAV+madVR which works fine.
I just tried MPV for a while and faced these problems.
no problem with mpv here… did you try getting the latest version?
I’m already using the latest version. But I think you missed the point. If the OP kfx font isn’t attached in the main or episode file, mpv doesn’t load it from OP file. Just try ”Seiken Tsukai no World Break” from Hi10 which faces above 2 mentioned issues. Or you can just try any OCed file to create the same situation (#1) by removing font used in OP kfx from episode file.
Just attach the necessary fonts to the main episode file using mkvtooolkit
http://hi10anime.mooo.com Server is down and don’t work. please fix it.
LAV Filters Megamix 25 October Working now… No corrupt video as reported in the past versions ..
Tested x64 bit version.. OK
Tested x86 bit version.. OK
Also the LAV filters in K-Lite Codec Pack 13.6.0 are OK if you want a smaller installer than the LAV Filters Megamix megapack.
If anyone is still interested in KMPlayer 184.108.40.206
Use a portable installer:
This intall is adware free..
If you want the latest LAV filters just download the installer or look for the x86 folder of LAV on your pc c:\Program Files (x86). Copy the ff files to the CORE subdirectory where your portable KMPLaYER is installed:
i reinstalled pot player including the filters…but some bd encodes cant seem to play well. Also tried switching video renderer with no avail. It has audio and subs but the video is nuts, gray area on the right and black,white,green,violet boxes on the left. Need help
on the history it says VLC are not recomended why?
I use VLC, should I change it? it sometimes blurry / gray.
Any extension / plugin I could download?
When I use VLC it’s fine if I don’t go fullscreen, if I go fullscreen it’s start to blur, gray, etc.
Any idea ?
I have installed Pot Player Lite from LAV-Filters-Megamix and can playback files without a problem. The thing is that every time a video file finishes and the next file in the list starts playing I’m getting a blackscreen. Pressing enter which switches between full screen and windowed mode fixes the problem but I have to do this every time a new file starts playing. Is there a solution to this?
What make the OP or ED of the release here flipped upside down?
I am using KLCP latest version.
Have been trying to install LAV-Filters-Megamix version 14 january, the OP ED is alright but the glitch like the september update of LAV filter is back…
User called Yanix keeps posting your re-encodes on Nyaasi
mpc just started crashing. anyone else facing the same ?
can you update Gakuen Babysitters? ;-; I really like HI10, the translation and quality is so good! For me it’s better then other website I really wanna watch that anime even kissanime can download but I still wish I can download it from here T^T
plz fix this bug by using short links – for example (http://linkshrink.net/z647=http://hi10anime.uni.cx/zash/%5BHi10%5D_Eve_no_Jikan_%5BBD_720p%5D/(Hi10)_Eve_no_Jikan_-_01_(BD_720p)_(Final8).mkv) —- (http://hi10anime.uni.cx/zash/%5BHi10%5D_Eve_no_Jikan_%5BBD_720p%5D/(Hi10)_Eve_no_Jikan_-_01_(BD_720p)_(Final8).mkv)
in the future are you guys trying AV1 codec?
Nope. We’re gonna stick with x264 & x265 for now.
Sorry to ask this, but is there an android player that can handle ordered chapters? I’m currently using mx. Its light and smooth but can’t play the episodes with the op/ed sequences.
Yes, use MPV-Android
Is there any guide for mpv android? It doesnt load, just a blank screen then crashes, when i try to play via file managers. And i cant seem to change the default directory with just /sdcard so i can’t browse/load any videos from inside the app itself.
very well, i will try to explain my problem as best as i can.
So I use Potplayer along with the additional codescs it offers by default
i ran into two issues with two of the encodes i downloaded from here.
tokyo ghoul re
koutetsujou no kabaneri
with tokyo ghoul re the Insert ED Subs in Ep 6 and 12 would flicker every 2 or so sec (the rest of the Ep and the stand-alone OP & ed were all fine)
solving this issue was rather simple just extracted the sub file and used them externally and they worked fine – yes teh same subs that were flickering when embedded.
For kabaneri – the chaptered OP when played in EP5,7,8,9,10 once the ep ended for the next 1 or so second the video would go back anbd forth in frames making for some really uncofortable viewing.
anyway none of these 2 errors were a deal breaker or even the encodes fault – none of these problems exist when using mpc-hc but it forced me to check if there was a way to fix this so i found this guide downloaded the lav filter megamix and installed it.
1st time i installed it with the medium madvr preset cuz i have a 1050 ti to my surprise i could no longer select the embedded subs in any video ( external worked fine) the issue with kabaneri was indeed gone but this was obviously a not-good setup
so i installed it again this time disabling madvr to see if it does anything to my surprise now i could select the internal sub just fine but to my disappointment the Insert ed subs in :re were still flickering (the kabneri issue was still gone).
now i realize i could just shift to mpc-hc or mpv or something else but I’ve used PP for over a year now and it’s very handy and now i even remember it’s shortcut keys and after meddling with mpc-hc’s setting for about 10 minbutes i personally think that PP’s customizeablity is pretty high, So i don’t want to shift.
could someone help me fix this issue?
So even the low settings for 4K displays was too much for my notebook gpu. 🙁 So I disabled luma quadrupling, and gpu usage went down from 98% to 25%, and dropped frames went down to nothing.
Everything seemed fine at a glance, but for some reason I now experience small, small glitches and freezes every 30 seconds to a minute in between??? Not related to gpu or cpu usage. What the heck could that be? Irritating as _f-k_!
And the freezes continued following a re-install using default madvr settings… :'(
HP’s own graphic driver were to blame… Installing Intel’s own driver fixed the freezes.
But for some reason the problem came back. Every 60 seconds, the Windows Desktop Manager, dwm.exe, is using GPU resources in a way that the video freezes and stutters. Configuring the players to use the Nvidia GPU instead of the Intel “onboard” GPU doesn’t help.
“I do not recommend you to install K-Lite/KCP/CCCP/whatever-wtf-name codec pack with exception of LAV Filter Megamix (tailored for most movie playback but mainly Anime)”
Well, I use K-Lite for years and works well till now even in latest version.
” I prefer mpv due to it being lightweight and less resource hungry, even old toaster with shitty sandy bridge can play 1080p hevc fine”
I also use K-Lite MPC-HC on my laptop (sandy bridge) and it works well playing 1080p HEVC. MPV just too complicate for me but I install alternative SMPlayer (MPV base) because it has proper interface, easy customize shortcut and so on as alternative player.
Back then, I was using my friend’s crappy sandy bridge laptop (Celeron B820, dual core) to test newer codec if it is playable on older laptop, and it performed smoothly only when using MPV up to 1080p, while you might get some stutter sometimes but rarely happens. You should be fine using MPV-based player.
Right now, I exclusively only use MPV and LAV Filter Megamix on some cases. MPV works as click-watch-done stuff, while I use MPC for analyzing stuff if any error occurs (OC error, no sound, etc).
It’s up to you if you want to use any other codec pack, but one thing I know for sure is the one I’ve been using have been giving me zero problem so far for Hi10anime encodes.
Keep in mind that this guide is dated back from August 2017, so it might be a little outdated, but for the most part, it’s still a proper guide.
I think you should update guide on HOW TO STREAM anime from hi10 without download.
1. It actually very easy. All you need to do is “copy link” of file that should be download.
2. Open MPC-HC / VLC / SMPlayer and choose “Open URL”
3. That’s all.
For mobile you can try use VLC / MXPlayer. Step also same as above.
Thank you very much for great subs!
I have a playback problem on my Huawei MediaPad T5 tablet (Android 8) and would like to ask for a solution. It seems to happen only with HEVC video. There is no error message but the screen stayed black as the sound played normally.
I tried a couple of apps including VLC, Kodi, KMPlayer, mpv, MXPlayer, etc. and the same symptom was observed in all of them.
As for codec, the tablet has some HEVC codec from Google (OMX.google.hevc.decoder).
Is there any special setting I need to do first for the playback to be done right? Advice is much appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
U can try changing the decoder used in MXplayer or mpv to use hardware decoding while playing a video in the top-right corner for MXplayer and on the playback bar for mpv. If that doesn’t work, use software decoding and it should work. That’s what I use on my a5 2017 and it plays x265 files from the site perfectly. Upon a quick google search, the tablet is supposed to have x265 support, so I don’t know why it’s not working out of the box.
Try disabling hardware decoder on your media player. It will use more battery but it should fix most issues.
Thank you for your help. And I am sorry for the late reply. Didn’t get any time to check my tablet until today.
After looking around in settings and changing stuff, it turned out the problem was with hardware acceleration/encoding being on. I also read somewhere that this feature makes playback smoother but might not work on some device for some encoding. As fullcounter said, the battery drain increased. Fair trade-off, I suppose.
By the way, I am trying out Kodi. This player appears to work best for my tablet, with only 2GB of RAM. As far as I can tell, VLC and KMPlayer seems to struggle playing video off USB via OTG. There was a lot of lagging, failing to play the next file, or worse playback stopped suddenly. I do like those two for the ability to quickly put together a playlist though.
Again thank you very much.
Ah sorry. I changed my nickname to something more readable. It was 1631991 1631991 previously.
Glad you fixed it ^^
Thank you for doing this excellent guide.
MPV section needs some updates, especially with introduction of ewa scalers and anime4k for upscaling (better scalers imo compared to what madvr has to offer) and d3d11va hardware decoding and also profile= opengl-hq is outdated and devs recommend profile=gpu-hq.
I did a comparison of madvr vs mpv in efficiency and quality by recording power consumption using intel power gadget and mpv consistently was more efficient than madvr at similar settings and sometimes even when using software decoding in mpv vs hardware decoding in madvr+mpc-hc.
I need help guys. I’m currently having playback issues with the (Access Violation) with K-lite, with older videos. When I add a external video render like madVR or Enhanced video renderer the video will play, but I cant get subtitles. everything is up-to-date. The video player I am running is the MPC-HC. Any advise would be great, thank you.
I am getting :-
Green Screen , buffering , doesn’t play at all if i skip the openings ..
Any tips i used potplayer, mpc-be..
hey bud, have you tried the players recommended in this guide? here for example, this also includes potplayer if you want to use that, it will also set up all the filters and such you would need to make it all work properly. I would also recommend trying to use MPV as it is out of the box set up to run just about everything pretty bulletproof.