this program: TechPowerUp
you go to sensors.
to make a screenshoot you press alt +print.
open paint or equivalent program.
press control +v.
save the image.
there are other ways to do that but that one works with "every" windows PC.
edit: make sure the video is running in the back ground there is no point of this if the GPU isn't used.
Sorry, I did not receive a notification. I was just testing it before installing madVR but this machine was built specifically for madVR. I tired many different cables, all being 48 gbps cables. I will try again using JRiver and report back. I do think the problem was with the movies app. I can't phathom why I did not try another player. I believe I was in a rush trying to decide if I wa goint to keep the shield, which I did.Start with MPC-HC, not the movies app. How is LAV filters video decoder configured? This is a madVR thread, are you even using madVR? If so, post your CTRL+J screen. I doubt your'e using madVR in the movies app so lets start with a known entity.
Your nvidia shield video flashing issue is probably your HDMI cable. Also out of scope of this thread, though.
Which harmony remote are you using or recommend? I think I may need one to make everything as easy as possible for the better half / WAF.I have the exact same setup. My Logitech Harmony remote is mapped to a number of MPC-BE functions (subs, rendering stats, etc.) for a seamless experience.
I've opted for MPC-BE. When used by itself, it's working perfectly with madVR and the latest LAV filters. When used as the external player for KODI, however, I get the occasional stutter from dropped/repeated frames. Any tips you'd recommend, either on the KODI or MPC-BE side, to try and get this playing 100% smooth?I wouldn't say one or the other is recommended. I use both and it depends on the circumstance I make the decision. Using both, I leaned toward one and use it as my default.
I use both MPC players as well as others including madVr with LAV Filters. I use the players solo and mostly launched externally from Kodi official versions - 18.8 at the moment. Everything plays smooth as butter with zero stutter, frame drops or anything else - this with a GTX960 4GB & 456.71 nVidia drivers with the recently improved AV timings. The sources include every diverse title you can think of including those that you can't available from test files only because some are uncommon.I've opted for MPC-BE. When used by itself, it's working perfectly with madVR and the latest LAV filters. When used as the external player for KODI, however, I get the occasional stutter from dropped/repeated frames. Any tips you'd recommend, either on the KODI or MPC-BE side, to try and get this playing 100% smooth?
Also, some of my files are streaming via an FTP server video source set up in KODI. Seems like neither MPC-BE and MPC-HC play nicely with files from an FTP video source. Know of any tweaks that could improve this? I've searched and am at a loss.
Thanks in advance!👍
I'm using the Harmony Ultimate which works perfectly fine. Although if you're in the market for a new one then I'd probably indulge and get the Elite. You get so much use out of it over the years that's it worth it in my eyes.Which harmony remote are you using or recommend? I think I may need one to make everything as easy as possible for the better half / WAF.
Nothing specific yet.Yup, I get that, and it's why I bought a 3080 as I believe that's what's going into the Envy. I'm just wondering if there's anything about the RTX cores or the nvidia architecture in particular that MadVR takes advantage of. I'm guessing the NN processing will perform better on the nvidia cards, but I wondered if anyone knew for sure.
List of drives here.I am presently playing blu ray MKV rips on my pc using mpc hc and Madvr. I purchased a 4k tv and want to play uhd discs/rips. Any thoughts on going the uhd friendly drive route vs purchasing a uhd stand alone player in terms of ease of use and quality of video audio playback?