Originally Posted by mkohman
Originally Posted by dataJunkie
JRiver user here. Has MadVR built in, highly recommend it.
If you have a surround system, JRiver does some wizardry in the audio department too.
Do you know I have always been intrigued to try to setup Jriver but it seems to be very confusing. Is there a how to guide at all? Also does it play bdmv and iso files?
What kind of wizardry does it do in the audio department? I may need to look into jriver
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I've tried various platforms for playback - Plex, VLC, Windows MP, MP-HC etc, but every one lacked in the audio department compared to JRiver.
However they accomplish it, JRiver manages to squeeze so much more clarity and oomph out of the audio tracks than anything else I've tried. So much so that I've had to turn down my system a notch when running comparison tests.
It's not just pure volume tho, the detail within the audio, from bass management to the timbre of breaking glass, it's just so much more refined through JRiver.
Maybe it's because JRiver originally was for audiophile FLAC playback for music, dunno...but it certainly makes a difference to my ears.
Ive a GTX1070, and their video processing manages to squeeze more depth in the picture too.
Yes, it can be a little overwhelming swimming in all the settings, but that to me is a tinkerers dream ...lol
There are plenty of guides to help you while away a weekend tweaking and optimising....https://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/MadVR_Expert_Guide