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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

Great post! Thanks for the heads up on this. Now with rendering on the GPU(wish SLI worked) and SVP on the processor i will be in business when i upgrade my system.

No need to worry, madvr will run on max settings very easily. My HD7770 only gets to 50% on the really hard stuff. No SLI/CFX required.
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Originally Posted by brightbus View Post

If only this worked with youtube and netflix lol.

It does work with youtube - http://www.svp-team.com/wiki/SVPtube
A bit of a roundabout solution but not too bad.
Edited by Moragg - 6/9/13 at 1:53pm
post #2912 of 25864
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No need to worry, madvr will run on max settings very easily. My HD7770 only gets to 50% on the really hard stuff. No SLI/CFX required.


Most of the time it is however The "Hobbit running 1080p->1440p @ 48FPS->120FPS @ 10bit" just kills my GTX570 and my quad core at 4GHz even without SVP. Everything else i have can least have MAX madvr but some of my Blueray content has trouble with SVP. A new gen gfx card should fix this though. Not sure what the difference between a GTX570 and a 7770 would be. When it comes down to it when i am watching a film i would like to use all my hardware to try and ge tthe best quality possible.

Also are you running jinc, spline or lanzcos? Jinc looks the best i think but it is a massive resource hog.

Really if we wanted to push the limits i could try running timescapes @ 1440p with SVP and see how that runs. biggrin.gif
post #2913 of 25864
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Also are you running jinc, spline or lanzcos? Jinc looks the best i think but it is a massive resource hog.

Pardon my ignorance, I don't know what any of those are.
post #2914 of 25864
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Originally Posted by brightbus View Post

Pardon my ignorance, I don't know what any of those are.

They are algorithms that madvr settings have available for upscaling/filtering videos. They each have there own unique form of improving video quality. Jinc is one of the better ones that takes lots of power to run. Access these by configuring madvr under render settings.

Stock madvr looks great but adjusted madvr looks awesome. thumb.gif
post #2915 of 25864
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

Most of the time it is however The "Hobbit running 1080p->1440p @ 48FPS->120FPS @ 10bit" just kills my GTX570 and my quad core at 4GHz even without SVP. Everything else i have can least have MAX madvr but some of my Blueray content has trouble with SVP. A new gen gfx card should fix this though. Not sure what the difference between a GTX570 and a 7770 would be. When it comes down to it when i am watching a film i would like to use all my hardware to try and ge tthe best quality possible.

Also are you running jinc, spline or lanzcos? Jinc looks the best i think but it is a massive resource hog.

Really if we wanted to push the limits i could try running timescapes @ 1440p with SVP and see how that runs. biggrin.gif

Jinc, 3 taps, AR for upscaling
Catmull-Rom AR,LL for downscaling
^the best qualty settings

http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=675&card2=640
Your GTX570 beats mine everywhere. Good thing I only watch anime smile.gif

After this discussion:
next time I see a HTPC build thread I will have to recommend a medium tower case with HD7970 minimum and 8 core overclocked AMD who-let-rip-smiley.png
post #2916 of 25864
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Originally Posted by Moragg View Post

Jinc, 3 taps, AR for upscaling
Catmull-Rom AR,LL for downscaling
^the best qualty settings

http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards.php?card1=675&card2=640
Your GTX570 beats mine everywhere. Good thing I only watch anime smile.gif

After this discussion:
next time I see a HTPC build thread I will have to recommend a medium tower case with HD7970 minimum and 8 core overclocked AMD who-let-rip-smiley.png

madvr has been known to do anime better than live action so that is likely why you are beating me even though the 570 wins. I will have to try some anime of mine tonight to experiment. You have the same rendering settings as me but are you using smooth motion with SVP or just SVP?
post #2917 of 25864
theres svptube plugin smile.gif

I have managed to get SVP working as well and even 1080p mkv videos with proper settings run flawlessly!
post #2918 of 25864
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

madvr has been known to do anime better than live action so that is likely why you are beating me even though the 570 wins. I will have to try some anime of mine tonight to experiment. You have the same rendering settings as me but are you using smooth motion with SVP or just SVP?

Movies I watch on the TV, with our 5.1 setup. So the only stuff I watch on my comp is anime - not really beating you, mine would die even earlier.

I have smooth motion enabled, but I only learnt about SVP a few hours ago. And I'm not home till Saturday - I haven't even seen my new 1440p monitor yet mad.gif
The most intensive stuff I've tried is 1080p high bitrate anime - not much of a comparison to yours.
Once I get back I'll do dead pixel/BLB test, fixes if necessary, OC, then SVP. But this thread will be 30 pages longer and this discussion will be in the past, but I'll still post my results.

Also - smooth motion is the frame blending option from SVP but better. So use smooth motion but not the blending option in SVP.
post #2919 of 25864
Anyone running this display on Linux with proprietary Nvidia drivers that can give me a few pointers? Running a 560Ti, Linux Mint 15 and Qnix.

I'm running one on Linux Mint 15 and tried a few different driver versions and methods of install but I just get caught in test mode kinda thing (endlessly cycle through colors and gradients). I think it doesn't recognize the monitor correctly as I can see it sets a resolution of 800x600 or 640x480 with a U2311H running as a main display. Can't change resolution to 2560x1440 in Nvidia-settings, tried adding it manually to xorg.conf but that did nothing (or I did it the wrong way).

My Dell U2311H works as it should with Nvidia drivers installed, the Qnix worked with default Nouveau drivers (but could not get dual monitor working). Previous HD5450 had no problems using both my Qnix and Dell with default drivers.

Please help?
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post #2920 of 25864
Another question that probably was answered a long while ago,

If I have this monitor (x-star) overclocked to 120hz, does that cause damage (kills monitor quicker) faster long term?
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