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post #3391 of 3396 Old 04-24-2015, 06:36 PM
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you just don't have to decode the stream on your PC that's it. but you lose volume control on your PC.
Thank you, one last question. On the dynamic range compression what does the 1% - 100% option actually mean? Default is 100% and that's where I leave it at.
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Thank you, one last question. On the dynamic range compression what does the 1% - 100% option actually mean? Default is 100% and that's where I leave it at.
i know what DRC is but i don't know where you got that option from.
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I am having an issue with dropped frames on both video (29 and 30fps) and 23.976 MKV blu ray playback. Mostly 1080p (some video is camcorder 1440 x 1080p) and a little 4k / 30p from a newer camcorder. All drops frames, and it is much worse in fullscreen mode. I have recently installed the 64 bit version of LAV, MPC-HC, and madVR. I have a core i7 at 4.5 ghz overclocked and GTX 980.

I have madVr set to use NNedi3 16 neurons chroma upscaling, 32 neurons Luma doubling, Jinc 8 taps AR / LL image upscaling, and Lanczos 8 taps downscaling. Outputting to a Dell 2560x1600 30" monitor.

Some of the vids drop a LOT of frames.. 20-30 per second(even though it tells me it should drop one ever 20 seconds or so). My cpu utilization is around 17-20% for MPC. Software renderer selected in LAV.

Messing with most of the settings I just mentioned, including using the minimum Neurons, or moving to the "lower" tier of options in each field, did not seem to reduce the dropped frames. Smooth motion on or off also did not seem to fix anything.

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I am having an issue with dropped frames on both video (29 and 30fps) and 23.976 MKV blu ray playback. Mostly 1080p (some video is camcorder 1440 x 1080p) and a little 4k / 30p from a newer camcorder. All drops frames, and it is much worse in fullscreen mode. I have recently installed the 64 bit version of LAV, MPC-HC, and madVR. I have a core i7 at 4.5 ghz overclocked and GTX 980.

I have madVr set to use NNedi3 16 neurons chroma upscaling, 32 neurons Luma doubling, Jinc 8 taps AR / LL image upscaling, and Lanczos 8 taps downscaling. Outputting to a Dell 2560x1600 30" monitor.

Some of the vids drop a LOT of frames.. 20-30 per second(even though it tells me it should drop one ever 20 seconds or so). My cpu utilization is around 17-20% for MPC. Software renderer selected in LAV.

Messing with most of the settings I just mentioned, including using the minimum Neurons, or moving to the "lower" tier of options in each field, did not seem to reduce the dropped frames. Smooth motion on or off also did not seem to fix anything.
Are you going over the rendering queue? If so, you need to reduce your settings.
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Which readout tells me the rendering queue? But also like I said, reducing the settings a great deal, turning off luma doubling, moving down to Jinc, etc, did not result in less dropped frames. And my HTPC horsepower should be more than sufficient for what I was trying, let alone the reduced settings. Is there another possibility for settings that affect the drops?
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do you have a sample from your camcorder?
can you make a screen from the OSD?

and why would someone use something terrible like jinc 8?
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