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post #101 of 773
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post

I tried this today, but between crossfire, an overclocked monitor,power dvd ultra,and running afterburner: I can not get this to work, It just crashes my pc with some serious graphical corruption. I am assuming it is one of those things making it happen.

Is it crashing your computer, or just MPC-HC?

If not, then you might just have it set up wrong.

Check your SVP settings. Disabling "Decrease grid step" and lowering "Motion vectors grid" may help out if you're getting hangups on the video.

If that isn't the case, then I'm guessing that pdvd has something to do with it. Try uninstalling pdvd and the svp stuff, and then referring to the guide to re-install all of the svp stuff, if you already haven't. I doubt your monitor, graphics cards, and MSIAB have anything to do with the crashing unless you're running an unstable oc or something.

I know one time when I was fooling around with SVP, I had four MPC-HC windows open with 1080p videos playing in each of them. All of the video's colors looked inverted and super grainy, I was getting freezes and hangups, and only half of the videos would play.
post #102 of 773
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Originally Posted by airisom2 View Post

Is it crashing your computer, or just MPC-HC?

If not, then you might just have it set up wrong.

Check your SVP settings. Disabling "Decrease grid step" and lowering "Motion vectors grid" may help out if you're getting hangups on the video.

If that isn't the case, then I'm guessing that pdvd has something to do with it. Try uninstalling pdvd and the svp stuff, and then referring to the guide to re-install all of the svp stuff, if you already haven't. I doubt your monitor, graphics cards, and MSIAB have anything to do with the crashing unless you're running an unstable oc or something.

I know one time when I was fooling around with SVP, I had four MPC-HC windows open with 1080p videos playing in each of them. All of the video's colors looked inverted and super grainy, I was getting freezes and hangups, and only half of the videos would play.

It basically gives a static screen (static as in no movmement) of mutlicolored snow (think old tv fuzz but red,blue,white,green etc) and instant hard lock. Ill try it again, this time I will follow the guide.redface.gif
post #103 of 773
Jusat wanted to say, followed the guide now it works at 120hz.,96hz, and 60 hz.
post #104 of 773
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Good to know. Have fun thumb.gif SVP will create as many frames as your monitor's refresh rate allows. I've been using it for around 9 months, and there's no going back to regular video. Ever.
post #105 of 773
yes sir, we recently bought a 120hz LED tv, and it was mind blowing, can't believe I can do this on my monitor now. I posted this thread in the QNIX OC fthread, also +rep man thanks a ton for the guide.
post #106 of 773
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No problem, and thanks for spreading the word biggrin.gif The more people that know about this software the better.

EDIT: Updated the guide. Refer to the changelog for the changes.
Edited by airisom2 - 1/6/14 at 4:34pm
post #107 of 773
Cant get it to work.
All my media players are just black screen now with sound still working.
Have followed the guide exactly and tripple checked/installed everything.


7970 CF with overclocked 120hz 1440p screen.
Win 8.1 64bit but been using 32bit stuff for this.
post #108 of 773
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Well, since you said, "All of my media players..." it may be because of that, but I'm not certain. I don't have a good idea why you're getting the black screens, so I'll throw some stuff down you can try out:

Reset MadVR settings to default by clicking the included batch file.

When a video is playing, pause it and double click on the SVP icon in the taskbar. A window should pop up with a profile. Disable "Decrease Grid Step," and make sure that the Motion Vectors Grid is on something higher than 7px. Those two values are resource hogs, and they cause freezing on some videos while the audio is fine.

Check to see if resizing is enabled in FFDShow. Some videos don't respond right to resizing, and jerky playback may happen.

Reset all video settings in CCC to default (Video tab).

Try putting your monitor at 60Hz.

Uninstall all other media players, and uninstall everything outlined in the guide. Redo the guide.

I can also confirm that this works fine on w8.1 x64.
Edited by airisom2 - 1/6/14 at 9:58pm
post #109 of 773
Ill give those things a try,
post #110 of 773
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Oh wait, I just remembered a problem I had getting SVP to work with w8.1. Run MPC-HC and SVP as admin. Alternatively, you can disable UAC by doing this. That allows everything to be run as admin without requiring elevation, but you lose your metro apps. Then again, they don't have much use in the first place, personally.
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