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Intel HD Graphics 2000 1080p23,976 not possible?

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I own the Intel HD Graphics 2000 and I m using the HDMI output of my AsRock m-itx motherboard that is connected to my display device that supports 1080p@23,976. The problem is that the 23p setting of the Intel HD Graphics software tool (latest version) outputs at 23,972 and not at 23,976. This means a dropped frame every 4 minutes and that dropped frame is noticable every four minutes. Is it not possible with the Intel HD Graphics 2000 to output 1080p23,976? I already looked at the custom resolutions setting but it looks like I cannot enter 23,976; I cannot fill in decimals.
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Not possible. There are two workarounds.

1. Use madVR's smooth motion Frame Rate Changer. Set the refresh rate to 59Hz. The playback will be as smooth as @23Hz with zero dropped frame. (Recommended scaling algorithms are chroma / image upscaling / image downscaling = Bicubic 50 / DXVA2 / DXVA2.)

2. Use ReClock with media adaptation. The playback rate is adjusted to the video clock so that there will be zero dropped frame. Every compressed audio must be decoded before ReClock. You will need dtsdecoderdll.dll of ArcSoft TMT to decode DTS-HD. JRiver MC (not free)'s VideoClock is an alternative.

IMO option 1 is easier than 2.
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Originally Posted by renethx View Post

Not possible. There are two workarounds.

1. Use madVR's smooth motion Frame Rate Changer. Set the refresh rate to 59Hz. The playback will be as smooth as @23Hz with zero dropped frame. (Recommended scaling algorithms are chroma / image upscaling / image downscaling = Bicubic 50 / DXVA2 / DXVA2.)

2. Use ReClock with media adaptation. The playback rate is adjusted to the video clock so that there will be zero dropped frame. Every compressed audio must be decoded before ReClock. You will need dtsdecoderdll.dll of ArcSoft TMT to decode DTS-HD. JRiver MC (not free)'s VideoClock is an alternative.

IMO option 1 is easier than 2.

Here's the link for the OP's use.
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