DVD Graph Building
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.
- 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.
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 ...