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Old 17th January 2017, 13:41   #42081  |  Link
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the major difference between 8 bit and 10 bit madVR output is that the high bit deep data is dithered to 10 not 8 bit the rest is the same.
so the same gamma settings are applied same scaler same everything.
so what do you understand under "over-saturated colors".

AMD high bit deep output works totally fine and madVR isn't doing something special either. so this leave you with your TV. so what TV is that and be aware that nearly every TV out there even the HDR ones are 8 bit.
Hey guys,
I've found the source of my problem, i was using lav in native and not in copy-back, now (cb) it is possible to use color & gamma setting to adjust 10bit output mode.
Thank you now all is perfect
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Old 17th January 2017, 20:23   #42082  |  Link
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Is there a video file that can let me test only Chroma Upscaling in a very direct manner?
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Old 17th January 2017, 21:36   #42083  |  Link
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about OC nvidia memory

I have a question. The video card memory speed (nvidia 1080 in my case) affect the performance of Madvr? Is it convenient or useful OC the memory?
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Old 17th January 2017, 21:52   #42084  |  Link
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It won't allow you to use higher quality settings, so the answer probably can only be "no".
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Old 17th January 2017, 22:00   #42085  |  Link
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It won't allow you to use higher quality settings, so the answer probably can only be "no".
Use higher quality settings? as which?

So, it is better only OC the GPU and leave the original memory speed. Right?
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Old 18th January 2017, 01:50   #42086  |  Link
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Madshi, I'd like to be able to cycle through selected profiles using the same key combination.
This would make it easy to review during playback what profile may be viewed as best for the playing content without needing to remember various key combinations for each suitable profile.
Can you add support for this please?
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Old 18th January 2017, 04:09   #42087  |  Link
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Can someone clarify this for me please?
I play everything at 60Hz rather than 24Hz with my JVC X9000 proj. The reason you might ask is that have a film group and we screen mixed content, shorts, trailers etc before the feature. I set the 1080 video card to 60Hz as this way the horrible SLOW SYNC on the JVC is instant between shorts/trls.

I would like to run at 4K doubling, but each time I test I have issues even on low settings with any of the 30/60 material, I get skipped frames.
All other material is perfect 1080p etc when doubled, no problems at all, just 30/60 content I get skipped frames.
Is the problem due to me being on 60Hz rather than the normal that most would be using?

Can madvr not image double 30/60 fps material?

The image I have is out of this world so I can remain with everything upscaling to 1080p, but I just thought since many of the JVC forums are using 4K with madvr I too should.....

Interested in your thoughts???
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Old 18th January 2017, 04:25   #42088  |  Link
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i can do 720p60 x4 -> 2160p60. you just need rendertimes below ~15ms.
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Old 18th January 2017, 04:33   #42089  |  Link
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i can do 720p60 x4 -> 2160p60. you just need rendertimes below ~15ms.
But what about material below 720p @30/60 >2160p60?
Say 480, sometimes less?
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the same?
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Old 18th January 2017, 16:55   #42091  |  Link
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Can someone clarify this for me please?
I play everything at 60Hz rather than 24Hz with my JVC X9000 proj. The reason you might ask is that have a film group and we screen mixed content, shorts, trailers etc before the feature. I set the 1080 video card to 60Hz as this way the horrible SLOW SYNC on the JVC is instant between shorts/trls.

I would like to run at 4K doubling, but each time I test I have issues even on low settings with any of the 30/60 material, I get skipped frames.
All other material is perfect 1080p etc when doubled, no problems at all, just 30/60 content I get skipped frames.
Is the problem due to me being on 60Hz rather than the normal that most would be using?

Can madvr not image double 30/60 fps material?

The image I have is out of this world so I can remain with everything upscaling to 1080p, but I just thought since many of the JVC forums are using 4K with madvr I too should.....

Interested in your thoughts???
Are you using profiles for different content (30 fps, 60 fps, etc.)? 30 fps material makes madVR work harder, so you need to have specific settings for that content alone.
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Old 18th January 2017, 17:57   #42092  |  Link
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Are you using profiles for different content (30 fps, 60 fps, etc.)? 30 fps material makes madVR work harder, so you need to have specific settings for that content alone.
Im not using profiles at all as I dont actually understand how they work.

As you know Warner I have to remain on 60Hz so the playlists I make up with mixed content 25/50/24/30/60 all sync instantly on my JVC X9000 proj.

So do profiles allow me to make a lower setting in image doubling just for the 30/60 content @60Hz. The all the rest (24/25/50 @60Hz) can have a higher setting in Image doubling?

If I can do that it would be fantastic!!!
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Old 18th January 2017, 18:21   #42093  |  Link
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Im not using profiles at all as I dont actually understand how they work.

As you know Warner I have to remain on 60Hz so the playlists I make up with mixed content 25/50/24/30/60 all sync instantly on my JVC X9000 proj.

So do profiles allow me to make a lower setting in image doubling just for the 30/60 content @60Hz. The all the rest (24/25/50 @60Hz) can have a higher setting in Image doubling?

If I can do that it would be fantastic!!!
Try reading here. There is some information on how to create profile groups (in the middle of the post). Follow the rules at the end of the post for 4K screens.

Don't worry about the settings posted. The guide needs to be updated.

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Try reading here. There is some information on how to create profile groups (in the middle of the post). Follow the rules at the end of the post for 4K screens.

Don't worry about the settings posted. The guide needs to be updated.
Ive just read that Warner and it looks like I need to start using profiles, but it looks very difficult to set up
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Ive just read that Warner and it looks like I need to start using profiles, but it looks very difficult to set up
It's not that bad. You can copy the rules I provided as a starting point.
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Old 18th January 2017, 19:31   #42096  |  Link
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It's not that bad. You can copy the rules I provided as a starting point.
Im sorry Warner but I still dont understand how to copy them in...Is there a tutorial how to do it?
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Can someone clarify this for me please?
I play everything at 60Hz rather than 24Hz with my JVC X9000 proj. The reason you might ask is that have a film group and we screen mixed content, shorts, trailers etc before the feature. I set the 1080 video card to 60Hz as this way the horrible SLOW SYNC on the JVC is instant between shorts/trls.

I would like to run at 4K doubling, but each time I test I have issues even on low settings with any of the 30/60 material, I get skipped frames.
All other material is perfect 1080p etc when doubled, no problems at all, just 30/60 content I get skipped frames.
Is the problem due to me being on 60Hz rather than the normal that most would be using?

Can madvr not image double 30/60 fps material?

The image I have is out of this world so I can remain with everything upscaling to 1080p, but I just thought since many of the JVC forums are using 4K with madvr I too should.....

Interested in your thoughts???
If I run videos up scaled to 4K 60 Hz or 30Hz, dropped frames and the queues don't fill. If I run at 59 Hz and 29 Hz everything syncs and the queues fill. This is with a Nvidia GTX 1080. Try 59 Hz and 29 Hz and see if that helps.
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If I run videos up scaled to 4K 60 Hz or 30Hz, dropped frames and the queues don't fill. If I run at 59 Hz and 29 Hz everything syncs and the queues fill. This is with a Nvidia GTX 1080. Try 59 Hz and 29 Hz and see if that helps.
So you mean without using profiles?
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Im sorry Warner but I still dont understand how to copy them in...Is there a tutorial how to do it?
Follow the instructions in the post provided.

Copy the rules for a 4K display into the madVR control panel under "Scaling." Create profile groups for each profile and name it.
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Follow the instructions in the post provided.

Copy the rules for a 4K display into the madVR control panel under "Scaling." Create profile groups for each profile and name it.
Can I still just leave the card at 1080 rather than 4K?
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