I tried this before. So I guess I have to ask again differently. I mentioned before that this computer is the media center computer. And, thanks to Intel for taking the step to fulfill that request. Really. As far as I don't have an old laptop with no screen under my tv. An old laptop that also is impossible to find drivers for. Or from.
But, I'm obviously still stuck with a Windows person computer. And the problem is still the same. I have to type out to some DVD software that no longer supports my operating system. And, even if it did. I don't think I would hold on to my copies and licensing for that long. My backups are for real and important objects. But, anyway.
I'm actually using an old project also abandoned. To watch some backed up video files. And to be honest closer to closing my very gruesome and ugly relationship with .ms for something better. Other than writing my full and mature programming experience to cluster up a quick video player myself.
I'm using an old Media Player Classic Home Cinema edition. And, it's version is something like 1.7.2. For some reason only this edition is allowing me to select a system default video renderer. I will include a couple of screens below.
And that's the problem of the future questions here. It's probably the only player I tried that allows me to select that video renderer. It's worse since that rendering is really good. That's the more reason I even took the time for the screens. Because, that renderer is really good and the most balanced I have on this system. It does everything perfect from motion capturing. Excellent noise. Almost zero stutter. And it just stays away from color and tile scratches. Maybe it's the filter settings I customized. It's still noticably the only renderer that does in fact show the results. It's almost like a raw template. Except it's hanging from a terrible back up format.
If you're not going to be busy or away from this article. There's a questionable topic here. And an important inquisition question. What is a system default renderer on my system? It's an Iris Pro 580 mobile video chip. What is a video renderer for Intel computer?