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Just installed this and followed the guide, the big difference for me was smoothness and audio (I'm running a qnix at 105hz and have some a good headphone and amp/usb dac) can really hear a difference to my old KMP player I used before this guide! thanks

EDIT: it also seems to be a bit slow on a few videos though, laggy, would could be problem? (it suggests to lower SVP index) - im running i5 4570, r9 280x, 128gb SSD and 8gb of 2133mhz ram.
Edited by davio - 3/28/14 at 3:12pm
post #162 of 774
It might be the i5. Mine runs marginally fine even on a laptop with a mediocre gpu but the cpu is sandy bridge i7.

If I turn off the svp use of 8 cores and go to 4 it can't run.

Though someone mentioned if the gpu is very big the cpu load may go down though I don't know if that applies only to powerful systems.
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post #163 of 774
I think though it must just be poorly optimised, it might be great but not optimized great. I couldn't see any thing stating it covers r9 series of GPUs and such. I turned a few settings down and it works better now but every now and then it lags for a slight second and everything is not smooth for a few scenes after.
post #164 of 774
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Disable grid step, and put the motion vectors grid on 12-16, with the higher values giving you more performance (more details in the tweaking SVP section of the guide).

If you messed around with the rendering/scaling settings in MadVR, try resetting it to default using the included batch file in MadVR's directory. I know when I disabled "use random dithering instead of OpenCL error diffusion" in the trade quality for performance section, my frames dropped in half, and some of those upscaling settings can be very demanding when paired with SVP.
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I used some of ur suggested settings and changed to 1920x1080 upscale instead of 2560x1440 and seems to have done the trick for now.
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Need to update that once I get home. Been toying with this on my BOINC rig just for the lulz, seems to be running a bit better than madVR.
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madVR is a different tool for another job, to make the screen clearer (when scaling, zooming, unzooming, from original size). Run them both. At the same time.

By the way, even a 1080p screen will have some scaling on a 1080p monitor on full screen for some weird reason.

A trick to increase performance and probably quality is to force normal size on mpc in those cases.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by fateswarm View Post

I'm a minimalist and a purist when it gets to gadgets like this. Here is how to install it minimally but cleanly (and "nerdy"):
You did forget Avisynth 2.5.8 tongue.gif But thanks for the rest.

One question though. The start post in this thread here has this external filter order:


This thread is claiming otherwise:



Which one is correct?
Edited by oldcat - 4/11/14 at 2:57pm
post #170 of 774
I doubt it matters.

Nothing overrides the other.

Well, I guess the raw output has to practically go last for SVP to override the playback but I think that happens automatically if I recall correctly.
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