Originally Posted by mightyhuhn
and here comes the problem. it doesn't work for DVD that are not telecine so and there is no rule to make all dvd 3:2 / 2:2 telecine or telecine at all they can be normally deinterlaced and on top of this it is using deinterlacing when DXVA native is used.
Yeah the more DVDs I've been testing the more I'm noticing 3 different results:
1) display and movie both reading as 23.9x w/ReClock using Cinema adaptation (good)
2) display and movie both reading as 29.9x w/ReClock using NTSC adaptation (good)
3) display and movie both reading as 29.9x but w/the repeated frame count going up 6 at a time and w/ReClock reading the same movie as 23.9x and saying "cannot sync this Cinema video to your hardware" (bad).
I should have mentioned too that I Handbrake all my movies and these files have all been converted to H264 MKV using the same settings: CQ 19 for DVDs w/variable frame rate and w/detelecine, deinterlace, and decomb all turned off (which maybe I should change my default on those?). Anyway, whatever explains why some DVDs result in output #3
, it's apparent that the resulting file really is 23.976 and since ReClock is reading that accurately I don't understand why MadVR can't also and switch to the correct display mode?
Sorry if I'm just being dense on that but I guess the more important question than why is, is there anything I can do about it? If there's not a fix available in the MadVR settings, anyone know if re-ripping and converting the same DVDs w/different Handbrake settings (decomb/deinterlace or constant frame rate) might work? If nothing else I'd like to at least change my default Handbrake settings if I could know that would fix it going forward. Thanks.