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Thanks for the alternative, I was actually going to post on doom9 asking for one. Unfortunately I can't seem to get it to run. It's installed but the exe will not open, it just does nothing. And no I don't have a waste of money antivirus or firewall blocking it.

You tryed MPC-BE or MPC-HC? It automatic installs only in MPC-HC.
If you want that it will work in MPC-BE you must write it manually in the external filters settings. Manual tell this.

Or you have broken install file? May be you will download it again? I have no problem with it, and i seem airisom2 has no problem too when he tryed it.
post #342 of 774
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You tryed MPC-BE or MPC-HC? It automatic installs only in MPC-HC.
If you want that it will work in MPC-BE you must write it manually in the external filters settings. Manual tell this.

Or you have broken install file? May be you will download it again? I have no problem with it, and i seem airisom2 has no problem too when he tryed it.

Oh alright, it would be nice if it came with a README so I knew it needed to be added that way.

Now that I have it added to MPC-BE how do I use it? As far as I can tell it's added, it's the only external filter listed but it's not doing anything. GPU usage is barely 4% with a 480p video.
post #343 of 774
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Oh alright, it would be nice if it came with a README so I knew it needed to be added that way.

Now that I have it added to MPC-BE how do I use it? As far as I can tell it's added, it's the only external filter listed but it's not doing anything. GPU usage is barely 4% with a 480p video.

Ha-ha. Stupid developer biggrin.gif

You have green triangle in the system tray when playing video?
post #344 of 774
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Ha-ha. Stupid developer biggrin.gif

You have green triangle in the system tray when playing video?

Yea I wanted to say that. And seriously charging money for it? Give me a break. At the current rate of development and with it's current "polish" it will be ready to be sold in 20 years. Comparing it to SVP though that still needs another 10 lol.

No green triangle, I'm not completly helpless you know, I looked for it. haha
post #345 of 774
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Yea I wanted to say that. And seriously charging money for it? Give me a break. At the current rate of development and with it's current "polish" it will be ready to be sold in 20 years. Comparing it to SVP though that still needs another 10 lol.

No green triangle, I'm not completly helpless you know, I looked for it. haha

Sometimes it does biggrin.gif

May be better if you will be trying it in the MPC-HC first?

It looks like you didn't correctly write filter.
Make sure that you use 32-bit filter on 32-bit player, or 64-bit filter on 64-bit player.
And set for filter "Prefer".
Edited by wail - 10/7/14 at 12:16am
post #346 of 774
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Sometimes it does biggrin.gif

May be better if you will be trying it in the MPC-HC first?

It looks like you didn't correctly write filter.
Make sure that you use 32-bit filter on 32-bit player, or 64-bit filter on 64-bit player.
And set for filter "Prefer".

Heh it turns out that I'm actually an idiot. I automatically clicked EXIT on the trial/buy popup because of how spamy it looked. All I needed to do was hit Trial.

At a first look it definitely has less artifacts than SVP (even after tons of tweaking) although I only tested a scene for 10 seconds just now. I wish it had a few more options though. I'm sure the DEV made some trade-offs quality for performance wise and I'd like to have control over those variables myself if it's possible. Are you in contact with the Dev at all?

EDIT: Ok after a little more testing it seems this still has artifacts with some text and lines but not nearly as frequent as svp, although they do seem to be larger and sharper when they occur. I'm going to need to watch a few movies on this before I make up my mind. And then there's the whole hassle of uninstalling and cleaning registry entries and reinstalling when the trial ends...
Edited by cookieboyeli - 10/7/14 at 12:28am
post #347 of 774
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Are you in contact with the Dev at all?

EDIT: Ok after a little more testing it seems this still has artifacts with some text and lines but not nearly as frequent as svp, although they do seem to be larger and sharper when they occur. I'm going to need to watch a few movies on this before I make up my mind. And then there's the whole hassle of uninstalling and cleaning registry entries and reinstalling when the trial ends...

No, i have no contact. He has only support e-mail.

Honored airisom2 says that SVP have less artifacts. And i agree with him.
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No, i have no contact. He has only support e-mail.

Honored airisom2 says that SVP have less artifacts. And i agree with him.

Well after a full episode of One Piece I can say that Dmitri Render has visible artifacts on many motions and subtitles where SVP does not. However the overall smoothness of Dmitry Render is better. Maybe I should just upload some screeenshots...

This beginning sequence really trips up SVP but DR has almost no visible artifacting. I will upload some comparison screenshots tomorrow.
Edited by cookieboyeli - 10/7/14 at 1:54am
post #349 of 774
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Well after a full episode of One Piece I can say that Dmitri Render has visible artifacts on many motions and subtitles where SVP does not. However the overall smoothness of Dmitry Render is better. Maybe I should just upload some screeenshots...

This beginning sequence really trips up SVP but DR has almost no visible artifacting. I will upload some comparison screenshots tomorrow.

Yep. I agree. I said same words airisom2, but he didn't trust me. May be he uses non-standard SVP settings with more smoothness, but on default settings DmitriRender looks more smoothly.
I think DmitriRender doesn't tuned for anime.
post #350 of 774
Just found this magic program. 76 fps, everything looks amazing. Anime doesnt look half bad but I've only tried brief clips of Attack on Titan which has a lot of fast movements so I didnt really see much artifacting. In any case this is freaking amazing especially for being free.
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