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Think of madvr as a software-based video processor with lots of tuning options. It needs some kind of player to hook up to. J River is one of the software players that support it.
Generally, madvr helps people with projectors more than people with TV displays. This is so, particularly when it comes to high dynamic range playback.
The more options and quality settings you set in madvr, the higher end GPU you will require.
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