LAV Filters/LAVFSplitter is a set of DirectShow filters and splitters. It uses libavformat, the ffmpeg demux library that supports almost all the common video formats
LAV Filters/LAVFSplitter is a set of DirectShow filters and splitters. It uses libavformat, the ffmpeg demux library that supports almost all the common video formats.
Currently, the list of supported and tested formats and features include:
- MKV/WebM, AVI, MP4/MOV, MPEG-TS, FLV, OGG are tested and will be registered for. Other formats can be tested using GraphStudio.
- H264, VC-1, MPEG4-ASP (Divx/Xvid), VP8 have been tested and are working well.
- DTS, AC3, TrueHD, MP3, Vorbis have been tested.
- Rudimentary Subtitle Support
- Stream Switching
Input Files: AVI, FLV, MKV, MOV, MP4, MPG, OGG/OGM
Output Files: DivX, H.264, Xvid
Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
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- Release Date: Jun 16, 2017
- Official LAV Filters builds require a SSE2 capable CPU
- Fixed: Certain MP4/MOV files didn't play or seek correctly in recent versions of LAV Splitter
- Fixed: HEVC in MP4 without PTS timestamp is being signaled appropriately
- Fixed: Closing RTSP streams did not properly call the TEARDOWN function
- NEW: CUVID support for VP9 8/10-bit and HEVC 10/12-bit decoding
- NEW: DXVA2 support for VP9 10-bit decoding
- Changed: Simplified the internal dataflow to reduce overhead and improve performance
- Changed: Enabled P010 output to EVR on Windows 10 Creators Update
- Fixed: Y416 output was incorrect (required by madVR 0.91.8 and newer)
- Fixed: Parsing H.264 MVC SEI NALs could fail in some cases
- Fixed: CUVID decoding could deinterlace progressive streams under certain circumstances, degrading the quality
- Fixed: LATM AAC streams with Program Config Elements (PCE) (common in DVB-T2 broadcast) played with audible distortions
- Fixed: Very short PCM audio streams didn't play properly