A couple of days ago version 1.6 of Media Player Classic — Home Cinema was released. Although I don’t use MPC-HC, I do keep an eye on the releases as it can be a useful back-up when a file wont play. It’s been quite a long time since the last official release so I had a quick scan of the changelog and one thing immediately leaped at me: “VC‑1 DXVA Decoder now decodes VC‑1 interlaced material”. Until now there has been no open source x64 codec that will decode interlaced VC‑1. Finally having this available completes coverage for all the media files I have ever tried to play. Hopefully this will also get added to ffdshow tryouts and LAV Video in the near future.
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