MPC-HC Media Player 32bit
FFDShow Tryouts 32-bit
LAV Filters x86
- Install MPC-HC, FFDShow, LAV Filters, AVISynth, Reclock in that order. Preferably all in the same folder for easy access.
- Go start menu and open up FFDShow video and audio decoder config. Click DirectShow Control and drag the slider to 'Do not use'.
- Open MPC-HC, right click the screen and open options. Click formats>video, apply. Click Output, EVR Custom Pres.** and change audio device to Reclock Audio Renderer.
- Click Internal filters, right click and disable all filters.
- Click Audio Switcher, untick Enable.
- Click External Filters, add LAV Splitter, LAV Audio, LAV video, ffdshow Raw video filter in that order and change all to prefer. (Optional: Go into LAV video options and set hardware acceleration. CUDA or DXVA copyback)
- Open reclock settings in start menu and go Advanced settings and tick Force to be loaded.
- Now install SVP.
- Open SVP install directory, *\SVP\Resources\MT, copy avisynth.dll and paste in syswow64 or system32. Wherever avisynth already exists. Replace it. This is SVP's version which is optimised.
- Launch SVP before playing any media or make it start with windows and leave it open.
- If your video lags, try enabling OpenGL acceleration in SVP.
- Uninstall your other media players because you will now see how crap they look.
(Optional, for better image quality download MadVR renderer and use that instead of EVR Custom. (open lav filters settings and untick all outputs except YV12, P010, P016.))
SVP makes everything so lifelike. The difference is incredible and hard to describe. Everything is just so fluid. This is what 120hz what meant to look like.
Edited by amvnz - 6/30/12 at 3:30am