HD video acceleration in Windows 7

After weeks of simply not using it (and not googling for the answer), I decided to use Windows Media Player to display some .ts/.tp files. It looked like it was using hardware acceleration and the filter they used made for some really really smooth/nice deinterlacing. Unfortunately you cannot manually load subtitle files (as I use subtitle files from a different source and they aren’t named the same, so they’re not auto-loaded.)

In Media Player Classic Homecinema, set the output renderer to “EVR Custom Pres.” and in External Filters, add the “Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder” filter and set it to Preferred. That’s really it. Now I have really nice HD acceleration and deinterlacing, with the ability to load subtitle files!

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