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(37 replies, posted in Using SVP)

just sharing
so anyway just to share that...
since i have to keep replacing the mpv-1.dll all the time (each time plex client updates)

I've decided to make a batch svpToPlex.bat

COPY "C:\Program Files (x86)\SVP 4\mpv64\mpv-1.dll" "C:\Program Files\Plex\Plex"
PAUSE

this will copy automatically the mpv file to my plex client, although you need to execute it with admin priveleges
I'm still thinking if theres a way to run this easily each time i turn plex on, like a pseudo-shortcut with plex icon maybe

I could add it to windows startup but this wont work for me since i most of times use Hibernate pc

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(37 replies, posted in Using SVP)

The issue of joaoserraseal is solved!

Thanks you MAG79


all I had to do to fix it was uninstall the vapoursynth and reinstall the svp

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(37 replies, posted in Using SVP)

I'm using plex for windows not plex media player, and I've follow the instructions more times than i can remember, so this is something new.
I will check the logs when i have the time (currently i've been really busy, so it may take a while) and see if i can find something else

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(37 replies, posted in Using SVP)

+1 here
I've been using SVP for over a year now... and i had to replace the plex mvp-1.dll each time the client updates (i think)
but now this seems to have change probably on plex side. so my guess is the instalation instructions need to be updated?
maybe plex is using the dll from some other folder?

i tried to contact the svp team by bug reporting via app requesting to contact me on this issue but still no answer.
With this thread i Just found out i am not the only one having this issue

-- update --
so i used process explorer to check what would be using mpv-1.dll and i can confirm plex.exe is still using the mpv-1.dll at
"c:\Program Files\Plex\Plex\mpv-1.dll"
by deleting this file is starts using the mpv-1.dll from SVP 4 folder as stated above.... but still nothing has changed at plex

so something else must be wrong