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Old 7th October 2018, 04:26   #341  |  Link
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It would seem that the MediaInfo tab in MPC-HC v1.8.3 is now DPI-aware since the text is no longer is tiny on my HTPC with 200% DPI scaling.
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Old 8th October 2018, 04:30   #342  |  Link
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This will probably seem like a silly question, but how do I make proper screenshots with madvr/mpc-hc/be? I've tried the f5 function in mpc-hc and be but they are coming out with desaturated colors than the actual video when viewed in Windows. I have nvidia 1050ti. Any input is appreciated regarding how to take a proper screenshot with correct colors same as the actual video.Thank you!
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This will probably seem like a silly question, but how do I make proper screenshots with madvr/mpc-hc/be?
The easiest way I've found is to simply change your output renderer to "Enhanced Video Renderer (custom presenter)" which will then result in screenshots that are pixel-for-pixel identical to the source video.

I believe madvr also has a screenshot function, but I personally have never used it (it may include the scaling/processing that madvr applies anyway).
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The easiest way I've found is to simply change your output renderer to "Enhanced Video Renderer (custom presenter)" which will then result in screenshots that are pixel-for-pixel identical to the source video.

I believe madvr also has a screenshot function, but I personally have never used it (it may include the scaling/processing that madvr applies anyway).
How does it make it pixel-for-pixel identical, when the source most likely has subsampled chroma and 16-235 levels? I'm pretty sure at least some processing is required, and I would trust madVR more than anything else to do it properly.
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In case of EVR-CP, screenshot is made after conversion to RGB and before resizing. If you use Madvr, then behavior can be customized:
madvr options > rendering > screenshots
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Since MPC-BE was mentioned, I would say that it is possible to save the displayed frame (Shift + F5).
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Old 9th October 2018, 08:11   #347  |  Link
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Old 9th October 2018, 09:29   #348  |  Link
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Thanks all for your replies. I found the issue with the support from a user in another forum. I changed the madVR setting from bt2020 to bt709. The problem solved, now I can have screenshots with actual colors as original video.
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Did anyone experience out of sync issues as their MKV video keeps on playing? I don't think old editions have this issue, but it has come up on almost every single video that is longer than 30 min. Thanks,
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Thank you for keeping this excellent video player alive, still nothing compares to it for PC users.
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+ 1 - thanks, not sure what i'd do without this, too much junk in other basic players.
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