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Old 10th May 2016, 19:16   #37881  |  Link
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Can confirm the bug where image doubling triggers when reducing the window (my doubling is set to "only if scaling factor is 2.0 or higher").
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Old 10th May 2016, 20:12   #37882  |  Link
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Can confirm the bug where image doubling triggers when reducing the window (my doubling is set to "only if scaling factor is 2.0 or higher").
Same here.
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Old 10th May 2016, 22:28   #37883  |  Link
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SuperRes at 1 is the best option in my opinion. Anything more than 1 starts causing its own issues with the image. 4 usually looks bad unless you have a super clean image, and even then I'd say 3 should be the limit on SuperRes.
Have you tried SR 2? Don't use any of the checkboxes on SR, since those introduce artifacts.

I find 1 is subtle and almost universally good, but 2 is often better unless image is covered in compression artifacts. 3 is the same thing as 2, but with greater strength per pass (thus stronger effect, but also more haloing without more detail resolution) and should only be reserved for good quality sources of 720p or higher resolution. However, it's great for 720p->1080p. 4 starts costing an arm and a leg, so I don't run it and cannot comment on its qualities.
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Old 10th May 2016, 22:37   #37884  |  Link
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I've not seen anybody else reporting this yet.

Do you have one madVR installation or multiple? Have you updated *all* the files on all PCs involved?


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Sorry I thought someone reported the same problem of the new anti ring feature greyed oy for them also.. But when I went back to check I see they are talking about something else

My installer updated madvr so I really don't know how he did it sorry. Maybe my installation for the latest version hasn't been installed correctly.

Can someone give me the correct procedure for installing new updates please?

You mention is the installation multiple/updated *all* files, etc etc but Im not sure about how its done correctly. Can someone help with the correct procedure please so I can pass this onto the installer?

Thanks in advance...
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Old 11th May 2016, 01:05   #37885  |  Link
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Sorry I thought someone reported the same problem of the new anti ring feature greyed oy for them also.. But when I went back to check I see they are talking about something else

My installer updated madvr so I really don't know how he did it sorry. Maybe my installation for the latest version hasn't been installed correctly.

Can someone give me the correct procedure for installing new updates please?

You mention is the installation multiple/updated *all* files, etc etc but Im not sure about how its done correctly. Can someone help with the correct procedure please so I can pass this onto the installer?

Thanks in advance...
As you use JRIVER you need to find were JRIVER instaled madvr folder...
When you find download the rar from first page of this thread and extract all files to this folder...
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Old 11th May 2016, 02:21   #37886  |  Link
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Madshi, thanks for the reply re my crash report.
I have no idea why I have the issue and not others. It could be a combo of settings.
I'll try your suggestion, I'll also try to reset the settings to default and see if it makes a difference.

Re your question about why no HDR content in 10000nits, it's because there is no monitor able to grade HDR content in 10000nits. The max today is the Dolby Vision Pulsar, which does 4000nits in 1080p. Their 4K model can't do 4000nits. The other often used grading monitor for HDR is the Sony which does around 1000-1200nits.
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Old 11th May 2016, 03:47   #37887  |  Link
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As you use JRIVER you need to find were JRIVER instaled madvr folder...
When you find download the rar from first page of this thread and extract all files to this folder...
JRiver installed madVR here for me:

c:\Users\Jkauff\AppData\Roaming\J River\Media Center 21\Plugins\madvr\
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Old 11th May 2016, 03:49   #37888  |  Link
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Another positive vote for the new deringing. Very impressive results I must say! I only had limited time to check it out, but, I tried it on some Family Guy episodes and I'm quite impressed. Nicely done!
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Another positive vote for the new deringing. Very impressive results I must say! I only had limited time to check it out, but, I tried it on some Family Guy episodes and I'm quite impressed. Nicely done!
Yeah I'm using it on Naruto Shippuden ATM, and I'm happy with the results. Dehalo Alpha was one filter I used a little quite some years back, in the end I think it destroyed the image too much so I stopped using it.

Next up, deblocking!
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Old 11th May 2016, 05:05   #37890  |  Link
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I tried some live action video (720p -> 1080p). I'm not sure if I like deringing or not. It kind of kills the look of image sharpening. I'm only interested if it can be left on for all content, as I can't see myself selectively enabling it for certain content. Debanding manages to work this way, so I was hoping deringing would as well.
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Old 11th May 2016, 07:36   #37891  |  Link
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madVR v0.90.18 released

http://madshi.net/madVR.zip

[code]* added new deringing algorithm

light house:
no deringing - - | - - DeHalo_alpha - - | - - madVR


OMG, is this for real? The difference is unbelievable!

All the details still intact, while it only removes the ringing COMPLETELY.

Wow, I am speechless. This one feature alone is probably the best proof that madVR is so much better than anything else out in the market for video playback rendering by far.

Great work madshi!
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Next up, deblocking!
Antialiasing!
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Old 11th May 2016, 09:21   #37893  |  Link
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As you use JRIVER you need to find were JRIVER instaled madvr folder...
When you find download the rar from first page of this thread and extract all files to this folder...
Ok so doing it this way I will retain the latest version of madvr wont I?

I don't want to run with the version of madvr that JR uses as all the sharpening features plus many others are deleted from their version. At the moment Im not using the madvr version recommended by JR.
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Ok so doing it this way I will retain the latest version of madvr wont I?

I don't want to run with the version of madvr that JR uses as all the sharpening features plus many others are deleted from their version. At the moment Im not using the madvr version recommended by JR.
I think so... But i don t know exactly because i don t use JRIVER, used a couple of times only...
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Old 11th May 2016, 10:45   #37895  |  Link
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Guys Ive just checked with my installer and he says we are installing madvr correctly in conjunction with JRiver. He said the madVR install he did was using the Program Files/madVR folder, not the one in the user folder so he updated the folder under users and will see how it goes....

He made this video showing how the APPLY is greyed out. Can you check and see what we are doing wrong please?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGHo...ature=youtu.be
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I tried some live action video (720p -> 1080p). I'm not sure if I like deringing or not. It kind of kills the look of image sharpening. I'm only interested if it can be left on for all content, as I can't see myself selectively enabling it for certain content. Debanding manages to work this way, so I was hoping deringing would as well.
why don't you post an example?
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Ok so doing it this way I will retain the latest version of madvr wont I?

I don't want to run with the version of madvr that JR uses as all the sharpening features plus many others are deleted from their version. At the moment Im not using the madvr version recommended by JR.
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I think so... But i don t know exactly because i don t use JRIVER, used a couple of times only...
I do it all the time. Eventually JRiver will update madvr and lav filters, but, I routinely replace the ones in the appdata directory with new versions and they "stick" until a new version is released by JRiver to update them. Works fine to do it this way.
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Where's the option for the new Anti-Ringing algorithm? Is it better than the old one? I can't find it anywhere in the settings...
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Now it is interesting to learn that LUT can be set in two different ways and still remain linear. Could you please explain a bit how that works, if you don’t mind?
Under Windows, there's SetDeviceGammaRamp for the desktop (which always takes a 3x256 entries table with 16-bit precision integers) and equivalent functionality for D3D fullscreen.

Btw, don't use the prehistoric X-Rite (or rather LOGO/GretagMacbeth) Calibration Tester to test video card gamma ramp linearity - it doesn't work right and from what I know, never did (you can even see it in your screenshot, the end value for a linear ramp should be 65535, but LUT tester thinks it should be 65280, which probably means the developers made the mistake that they assumed each step above zero increases by 256 instead of the correct 257). There's other tools to check video card gamma ramp linearity (e.g. either Argyll's dispcal -V when used with a linear cal file which will show the discrepancy if any in percent, or DisplayCAL's curve viewer which will show "linear" in the status area if you hover the graph of a linear gamma ramp when "show calibration from video card" is checked).
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Where's the option for the new Anti-Ringing algorithm? Is it better than the old one? I can't find it anywhere in the settings...
It is under processing -> artifact removal. On the same page as debanding.
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