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I've got an i5 4690K @4.5 and have no problem with anything. And my profile is the same as the advanced guide here except I run "Decrease grid step" by two with global refinement for everything at 120fps, including full 1920x1080p blurays.

I expect I will need something stronger when 4K blurays come out though or just disable decrease grid step.
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For SVP more threads is almost always better. So Haswell-E will be better than Skylake.
Will that lower GPU load by having more go on the CPU though? Because at max settings for 1080p upscaling to 1440p you can't max out 3770k AFAIK.

No idea how SVP load balances, but it can always max out the CPU if the video and setting demand it. Try Timescapes 4K, or the free Sintel 4K.

post #543 of 774
Afaik, the CPU doesn't matter that much. The most work will be done on the GPU. Compu bench optical flow is a good benchmark to start with if you want to know which GPU is good, Anandtech does it in their reviews. Dunno if that is biased differently then the SVP algorithm though.

Other then that, SVP seems to make good use of multiple threads, so the CPU with the most threads at highest clock speeds would be fastest. Broadwell-e>I7>I5
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Afaik, the CPU doesn't matter that much. The most work will be done on the GPU. Compu bench optical flow is a good benchmark to start with if you want to know which GPU is good, Anandtech does it in their reviews. Dunno if that is biased differently then the SVP algorithm though.

Other then that, SVP seems to make good use of multiple threads, so the CPU with the most threads at highest clock speeds would be fastest. Broadwell-e>I7>I5

Nope... lots of work done on CPU. See http://www.svp-team.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=52627#p52627 - threads are only good up to a point.

post #545 of 774
Somebody knows how to use SVP for Netflix? I know its not officially supported as player (https://www.svp-team.com/wiki/SVP:Video_players) but maybe somebody has a creative solution?
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From the horse's mouth:
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I don't think that Silverlight app playing DRMed stream could use any system codecs.
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I just downgraded from windows 7 Pro (x64) to Windows 10 pro (x64) and I can no longer use SVP. I just get a black screen and sound when SVP is active. Also MPC-HC will no longer properly quit forcing me to end the task in task manager.

Is there a way to get SVP to work in Windows 10 or is this yet another in the long line of programs incompatible with Windows 10.

Please assist.
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I just downgraded from windows 7 Pro (x64) to Windows 10 pro (x64) and I can no longer use SVP. I just get a black screen and sound when SVP is active. Also MPC-HC will no longer properly quit forcing me to end the task in task manager.

Is there a way to get SVP to work in Windows 10 or is this yet another in the long line of programs incompatible with Windows 10.

Please assist.

Check the OP for the thread, there's a note somewhere concerning Windows 8, and the note also applies to Windows 10. Once you do that, you should be working again.
post #549 of 774
The official version of SVP 4 was released the other day and....

It is amazing, much better than any previous version of SVP.

I'll post more about it later but they really nailed the balance between performance and smoothness. I was particularly impressed with the marked improvement in frame tripling in animation (Gundam: Iron Blooded Orphans to be exact). A negligible amount a of distortion is seen and the smoothness is absolutely impressive. Good job SVP Team thumb.gif!
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So how do you update to SVP4 from 3.1? completely remove all SVP, reclock, madvr etc then download svp4? i have the paid version of svp4 btw
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