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Old 12th October 2011, 10:04   #201  |  Link
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By default it's Medium and you can change it to whatever you like by specifying "Preset"
Will this work?

Setmemorymax(4096)
SetMTMode(2,7)
PluginPath = "C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\"
LoadPlugin(PluginPath+"mvtools2.dll")
LoadPlugin(PluginPath+"RemoveGrainSSE3.dll")
Import(PluginPath+"InterFrame.avsi")
<input>.ConvertToYV12()
<deinterlace>
<crop>
<denoise>
<resize>
InterFrame(FlowPath=PluginPath, GPU=true, Preset="Placebo")


Or do I have to change something, or remove the inverted commas?


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I'm not sure what you mean. The script is always the same whether realtime or not. Please see the documentation, it is linked to from the first post and is in the download.
OK, I got it now. Mea Culpa!


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I guess weeks.
Damn! Can't wait that long. Will start encoding.
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Old 12th October 2011, 23:44   #202  |  Link
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Will this work?

Setmemorymax(4096)
SetMTMode(2,7)
PluginPath = "C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\"
LoadPlugin(PluginPath+"mvtools2.dll")
LoadPlugin(PluginPath+"RemoveGrainSSE3.dll")
Import(PluginPath+"InterFrame.avsi")
<input>.ConvertToYV12()
<deinterlace>
<crop>
<denoise>
<resize>
InterFrame(FlowPath=PluginPath, GPU=true, Preset="Placebo")


Or do I have to change something, or remove the inverted commas?
SetMemoryMax should usually be at about 800 or 600 for maximum stability, the rest looks ok. Remember though that Placebo makes it much slower for not much quality gain, you were warned
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Old 15th October 2011, 08:53   #203  |  Link
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SetMemoryMax should usually be at about 800 or 600 for maximum stability, the rest looks ok. Remember though that Placebo makes it much slower for not much quality gain, you were warned
For some reason if I use any value below 4096 then it crashes after encoding for a few minutes. I kept the Task Manager opened and saw that the RAM usage kept on increasing and at around 2048 it crashed (2048 was my previous limit) and hence I thought about increasing it to 4096 and never had a crash after that.

And yes, it really is very VERY slow on placebo but I'm alright with it. I just wish I had Intel i7 2600K
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Old 15th October 2011, 15:03   #204  |  Link
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Is there a reason why this script uses eedi2 instead of eedi3 or nnedi3?
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Old 15th October 2011, 16:21   #205  |  Link
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Hey SubJunk,

I know this script supports GPU acceleration, but would that also mean it supports SLI? That would give a nice speed boost.
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Old 15th October 2011, 19:23   #206  |  Link
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Talking about speed, setting "pel" to 1 in the MSuper call gives a hefty speed boost.
It's fine by me to keep it on 2 for the Medium/Placebo, but for Fast and below, it could be considered. (I can't see the difference anyway.)
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For some reason if I use any value below 4096 then it crashes after encoding for a few minutes.
Ah that's interesting, I have the opposite; it crashes if I set it higher than 800. It's funny how different this program is for different hardware

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Is there a reason why this script uses eedi2 instead of eedi3 or nnedi3?
I did comparisons of all of them and found eedi2 was better more of the time than the others

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I know this script supports GPU acceleration, but would that also mean it supports SLI? That would give a nice speed boost.
I haven't tried it but I think it would use both GPUs if they were in SLI configuration

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Talking about speed, setting "pel" to 1 in the MSuper call gives a hefty speed boost.
It's fine by me to keep it on 2 for the Medium/Placebo, but for Fast and below, it could be considered. (I can't see the difference anyway.)
Yeah, it does increase speed but quality suffers
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Old 31st October 2011, 16:12   #208  |  Link
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I m new to InterFrame 1.12.1. I have some question about it:

Is it a real-time script that can be used while watching a movie?
How do I know if my projector (JVC RS25) supports 60FPS?
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Old 31st October 2011, 20:13   #209  |  Link
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How do I know if my projector (JVC RS25) supports 60FPS?
I don't think there is a projector in the world that doesn't support it.
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I m new to InterFrame 1.12.1. I have some question about it:
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Is it a real-time script that can be used while watching a movie?
It can be, yes. You just have to select a preset that works with your CPU.
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How do I know if my projector (JVC RS25) supports 60FPS?
Like Gser said, if it doesn't support it that would be weird.
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Old 31st October 2011, 21:36   #211  |  Link
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thxz for the quick reply guys. I just checked and my RS25 projector supports 60fps.

I don t know how to begin with this
Do I have to download and install something?

My setup:
hardware:
Core2Quad Q6600@3,2Ghz
4gb DDR3 1333
MSI GTX460 Cyclone 1gb ddr5 OC overclocked @880mhz
1000watt power supply
JVC RS25 Dila projector 1920x1080@60Hz max.

software:
NVIDIA 285.62
MPC-HC 1.5.3.3757
madVR v0.77 as video renderer
LAV Filters 0.37 with CUVID (hardware decoding) enabled
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For a user who doesn't know how to begin, I recommend using SVP.
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Thanks for your reply. I ve done a lot of reading last night about SVP and I have some last questions before I m going to experiment with it because of madVR I m using:

Do I just need to choose the NVIDIA profile 1080p60 and will it work ok with madVR than?

I ask this because madVR needs to get a PRECISE feed of the correct refresh rate. With this I mean:
With my current setup (posted later in this reply) I feed madVR with a custom made res/refresh rate made in the NVIDIA control panel of 23,976Hz. I do this because the standard 23Hz profile of the NVIDIA control panel is actually 23,971 so you get so called dropped frames in MPC-HC/madVR because the deviation between 23,971 and the actual 23,976 it needs to be.

What my question really is if I will get problems with dropped frames with SVP and running MPC-HC/madVR?

My setup:
Hardware:
Intel Core2Quad Q9450
4 GB DDR3 running @1333Mhz
MSI Cyclone 460GTX 1gb ddr5 oc edition overclocked running@880Mhz
1000Watt Power Supply

Software:
W7 X64 (disabled all services running in background that I don t need)
no Anti-Virus, Spyware and Firewall running in the background
MSI afterburner and Eventghost always running in background which takes some CPU but really not much
NVIDIA 285.58 WHQL driver
MPC-HC 1.5.3.3757 X86
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Try it and find out
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hmm. I don't get it. I was interested in the whole concept of framerate doubling so I found this script.
But no matter what I do I always get the msmoothfps-error:

MsmoothFps: unable to load library given in svp_flow_lib

My avisynth script in ffdshow so far:

interframe(gpu=false, flowpath="C:\path\Dependencies")

I don't get it. The error seems to be related with unsupported gpus and the "libflowgpu.dll". But my gpu is unsupported anyway (ati hd radeon 4870) so it should use the "libflowsse.dll".
Maybe my cpu is outdated? (amd athlon 64 x2 4400+).
I also tried to specifically link the dll with:

svp_flow_lib = "C:\path\Dependencies\libflowsse.dll"
interframe(gpu=false, flowpath="C:\path\Dependencies")

Didn't help either. Any suggestions how to solve the problem?
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try :

interframe(gpu=false, flowpath="C:\path\Dependencies\")

also have you put fft3w on system32 (or syswow64 if you have 64 bit windows) ?
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try :
interframe(gpu=false, flowpath="C:\path\Dependencies\")
that's exactly what I did. See my last post.

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also have you put fft3w on system32 (or syswow64 if you have 64 bit windows) ?
yip already done (wxp-se3 32bit)

edit:
oh you mean with an additional backslash, well let's try

edit2:
seems to work now, well kinda. it completely freezes on the first displayed frame even with the ultra fast preset.
cpu is working on 100%. well my system is maybe too old for realtime fps doubling, but thx anyway.

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InterFrame 1.12.2 is released which increases speed by up to 15%
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Old 3rd November 2011, 15:11   #219  |  Link
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for phenom ii x4 955 what is the best setting in SetMTMode(x,x) ?

and one more question, how i can set it for 50fps for PAL?

and one more question, "Prefer DSS2 over DirectShowSource" is always grey and i cannot check this box

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for phenom ii x4 955 what is the best setting in SetMTMode(x,x) ?
For a CPU that has 4 threads, the best is (2,3).

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and one more question, how i can set it for 50fps for PAL?
This is explained in the documentation.

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and one more question, "Prefer DSS2 over DirectShowSource" is always grey and i cannot check this box
This is explained in the FAQ section of the guide.
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