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Start64!New version! - ffdshow is an open source directShow filter and VFW codec mainly used for the fast and high-quality decoding of video in the MPEG-4 ASP (e.g. encoded with DivX, Xvid or FFmpeg MPEG-4) and AVC (H.264) formats, but supporting numerous other video and audio formats as well.

ffdshow can be configured to display subtitles, to enable or disable various built-in codecs, to grab screenshots, to enable keyboard control, and to enhance movies with increased resolution, sharpness, and many other post-processing filters.Some of the postprocessing is borrowed from the MPlayer project and AviSynth filters.

ffdshow 64-bit version

  • fast video decompression using optimized MMX, SSE and 3DNow! code
  • support for different codecs: Xvid and all DIVX versions
  • support for H.264/AVC (Advanced Video Coding)
  • support for picture-adaptive frame-field coding (PAFF)
  • multithreaded libavcodec H.264 decoder
  • support for MPEG1/2, WMV1/2/3, WVC1, VP5/6, SVQ1/3, DV...
  • additional support for MSMPEG4v1, MSMPEG4v2, MSMPEG4v3 and H.263
  • deinterlacing support (set interlace flag) for H.264 MBAFF.
  • hardware deinterlacing support for RAW video
  • can act as generic postprocessing filter for other decoders like MPEG1 or MPEG2
  • image postprocessing for higher playback quality
  • automatic quality control: automatically reduces postprocessing level when CPU load is high

ffdshow 64-bit version

  • hue, saturation and luminance correction (MMX optimized)
  • two sharpening filters: xsharpen and unsharp mask
  • blur and temporal smoother
  • tray icon with menu and quick access to configuration dialog
  • noising with two selectable algorithms
  • multithreaded resize: faster resize on multi-core CPUs
  • aspect ratio changing
  • subtitles support
  • improved subtitle shadow. 3 shadow modes are available: classic, glowing and gradient
  • management of compatibility issues: "Use ffdshow only in:" option ensures that ffdshow only runs in supported applications.
  • quality control is now configurable ("Decoder options" -> "Quality control")
  • completely free software: ffdshow is distributed under GPL

ffdshow 64-bit version

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