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Double Video framerate with latest MPC (mini guide)

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by SLI-756, Oct 9, 2013.

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    Is this smoother then SVP ?
     
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    sorry , but i doubt that will do much as video is not 3d rendered.
    imo if you want frames rendered ahead you should try madvr.
     

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    sapo_joe Master Guru

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    Actually, it is...

    Media Player Classic is able to render in conventional 2D hardware overlay, or in 3D, using the GPU DirectX path.
     
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    007.SirBond Master Guru

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    This new version is using LAV filters right? That's why it is allowing the GPU to do the rendering.

    I have the older version and I did download and was using LAV filters before it became included in the newest version. I also have madVR. Should I uninstall everything like the LAV filters and madVR before updating the to newer version of MPC-HC?
     
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    Try it without if you like, if it's double framerates you're after this can do it all now.
    I tried installing my 'coreAVC' codec, although it didn't seem to install right it would seem to be working (although I have no access to the coreAVC options in the taskbar now as the LAV is there).
    many times when a vid is playing, if you look at pic no 2 in the OP, next to 'active decoder' I see 'avc' so yeah, couldn't be happier.
     
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    For the people who will say "not working", you must enable these too:

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    And it's better you download Klite-code pack than only the player.
     
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    HonoredShadow Ancient Guru

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    I tried all of the above and it does not work with the few .avi's I have. Is that the problem? It only works with certain formats? Always shows up as 23fps or thereabouts.

    Does anyone know if XBMC will ever get this or are they working on it already?
     
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    Tried it. It works. Don't see any difference
     
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    mostly noticed when fast movement on screen, it's not as powerful as Samsung 'true motion' that's for sure, but I really like it, I'm sure man of steel 720p will be wonderful with it.
     
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    I really don't see anything different.
     
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    It's just changing the way frames are de-interlaced - it's not adding any extra information. If whatever you're watching wasn't recorded with the extra detail in the interlacing than you'll get no benefit.

    Since most modern recordings are only interlaced for the purposes of framerate adjustment (25 to 30 or vice versa), or transmission bandwidth conservation, it'll make no appreciable difference unless you specifically encode something yourself to take advantage of it (ie Using 12fps interlaced instead of 24fps progressive).
     

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