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Holy cow !!


If you have not tried it please do so.


I am doing MPC-HC + MadVR + SVP.


I've messed around a couple times before but always quit. I never tested a cartoon.


Played a few 1080p animation to test it out-


The difference was extreme.


I have dual monitors so I synced both screens in time- and used VLC as the second player.


It's possibly too good for movies. I would have to get used to the extra frames being created. But for animation it's awesome.

You can almost climb into the screen.


Too bad my CPU hits 98% on half pixel.



WTF kind of system you need to run this pig ??? I'm running my i7 2600k stock and it's not enough.


I think I am going to reboot with a higher clock and try it at 4.5ghz.


The amount of CPU this pig wants just doesn't make sense. Don't try with a weak PC.
 

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Add a good discrete GPU to offload CPU...
 

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Did you check "GPU-acceleration (OpenCL)"?


BTW are you using a preset profile? Then which level? (Video profiles > Reset to defaults ...)
 
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I'll have to look. I messed around a bit with all settings. I am not on the machine now.


I think on half pixel it started to max out the CPU. I changed it to one pixel I think and it's about 78%. I'd have to check to be certain.


Is there settings or setup you recommend for 2600k + 6870 Radeon ?
 

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Start with Level 5g (well, this is the highest preset level) with GPU acceleration on and change the settings if necessary ("Half pixel" in every 5g profiles). In my test with i5-3570K + HD 7770, madVR Jinc3+AR/Jinc3+AR and SVP 5g, @60Hz refresh rate,
HDFHD
CPU usage:30%65%
GPU usage:75%47%
Preset levels
 
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Originally Posted by Mfusick  /t/1458550/svp-1080p-animation-omg#post_22972818


Holy cow !!


If you have not tried it please do so.


I am doing MPC-HC + MadVR + SVP.


I've messed around a couple times before but always quit. I never tested a cartoon.


Played a few 1080p animation to test it out-

It really does very good on animated movies, no doubt. If you dial down the settings you can get a happy medium for normal movies.



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The amount of CPU this pig wants just doesn't make sense. Don't try with a weak PC.

I warned you!
SVP is largely CPU bound
 

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I'm scared of setting up on my main HTPC. I was thinking originally 3570k was going to be enough but now I doubt it.


A mild overclock went miles for performance btw. I wasn't expecting it to help that much.


2600k overclocked is just enough.


If I was building a serious HTPC for this I'd probably consider going lga2011.
 

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Originally Posted by renethx  /t/1458550/svp-1080p-animation-omg/0_40#post_22973803


Start with Level 5g (well, this is the highest preset level) with GPU acceleration on and change the settings if necessary ("Half pixel" in every 5g profiles). In my test with i5-3570K + HD 7770, madVR Jinc3+AR/Jinc3+AR and SVP 5g, @60Hz refresh rate,
HDFHD
CPU usage:30%65%
GPU usage:75%47%
Preset levels

Ok I just tested it- but I have my second monitor open on AVS (this thread) and also downloading, my VPN is on ... and trying to set up my MX-900 remote.


So my system is probably a little stressed out.


I did this:
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Originally Posted by renethx  /t/1326189/smoothvideo-project-svp-frame-interpolation-fi-from-russia/120_40#post_22943937




5g is the heaviest preset profile. Details




FHD = Full HD = 1920 x 1080, the term used in SVPmark (haven't you seen this?).

It was choppy and not smooth. I'm going to reboot into an overclock and turn off the extra stuff and second monitor and retest.
 

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It appears like when you open it - it does an auto test ???


Mine appears higher than the one you posted and I quoted above which leads me to think I can run it at this setting ?? Yes ??


I turned of the second monitor and shut all the crap I had running off and it seems to work a little better. I am still wondering if my video card is not configured properly ??? I am running the beta AMD driver ( 13.2_beta5 ) My system crashed when I tried the 12.1 official release with BSOD. But it seemed to like the beta on the second try.


Should I have anything specific set up on the other settings on my machine ?? Is this at all effected by Lucid or Virtu ?




I actually had the video card off I think... I just changed it.


going to re-test. Wish me luck.
 

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 http://www.svp-team.com/


Here you go:




SVP allows you to watch any video on your PC file with frame interpolation (like you can watch it on high-end TVs and projectors). It increases frame rate by generating intermediate animation frames between existing ones to produce very smooth, fluid and clear motion. The technology is well-known for a while ("TrimensionDNM", "Motion Plus", "Motionflow" and others), but now it's available for free to PC users with simple GUI and just a couple of mouse clicks.


SVP provides GPU acceleration and it's possible to watch FullHD 1080p-video recalculated to 60Hz in real-time with mid-range CPU and almost any GPU hardware.

SVP actually is not a video player itself, but it enables almost any player to play smooth video.

Yeah, also in 3D



First, it's free, second - if both Peter Jackson and James Cameron don't think the "soap opera effect" is something bad why should you?


"We are indeed shooting at the higher frame rate. The key thing to understand is that this process requires both shooting and projecting at 48 frames/s, rather than the usual 24 frames/s (The great majority of films have been shot at 24 frames per second since the late 1920s). So the result looks like normal speed, but the image has hugely enhanced clarity and smoothness. Looking at 24 frames every second may seem ok—and we've all seen thousands of films like this over the last 90 years—but there is often quite a lot of blur in each frame, during fast movements and if the camera is moving around quickly, the image can judder or "strobe." Shooting and projecting at 48 frames/s does a lot to get rid of these issues. It looks much more lifelike and it is much easier to watch, especially in 3-D." - Peter Jackson

"3D shows you a window into reality; the higher frame rate takes the glass out of the window" - James Cameron

http://www.svp-team.com/wiki/Download
 

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Just amazing.. I was just wondering how I can get more out of my HTPC and this thread comes along. Lol


Guess I have a project for tonight!


How easy is it to configure?
 

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This is why I won't switch to a standalone player. So many things you can do with an HTPC to make the movie watching experience even better.


Plus, it is sort of a sense of accomplishment when you build something that gives you amazing eye candy.


Wish there was something you could do with cable tv lol
 
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