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DVD Graph Building


Introduction:
This tutorial will explain how to build your own DVD Graph (Profile) in GraphEdit which can later be converted for use within Zoom Player.

While this topic is a bit complex, I will supply images and try to use the most laymen language I can dish out, while talking about a very technical subject.


Requirements:

  • Registered DVD Decoder Filters.
  • Microsoft's GraphEdit (you can try finding it on microsoft's site or at doom9.org.

Registering the Filters:
Zoom Player can register filters for you using the DVD Profile method. However, for completeness, here's how you can do it manually:

To register a filter, type the following command into the "Start > Run" prompt.

Example:
regsvr32 "c:\program files\intervideo\common\bin\iviaudio.ax"

To unregister a filter you can use the following sample:
regsvr32 /u "c:\program files\intervideo\common\bin\iviaudio.ax"

Filters usually have either the "AX" extension, or the "DLL" extension.

Here's a list of some of the more common filters:
"iviaudio.ax" - WinDVD Audio Decoder filter.
"ivivideo.ax" - WinDVD Video Decoder filter.
"claud.ax" - PowerDVD Audio Decoder filter.
"clvsd.ax" - PowerDVD Video Decoder filter.
"DSCinemAudioDecoder.dll" - CineMaster v4 Audio Decoder filter.
"DSCinemVideoDecoder.dll" - CineMaster v4 Video Decoder filter.



And now run Graph Edit ...




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