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Old 11th November 2016, 11:39   #40041  |  Link
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the image is very vivid in general your screen is just washed out.

have a look here at black clipping.
http://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-di...libration.html

1-16 are NOT suppose to blink.
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Old 11th November 2016, 12:48   #40042  |  Link
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Thanks. As I assume will be less aliasing with "NG1", don't it?
Promised screenshot Samsung_HDR_Wonderland.png (3,2MB) http://rgho.st/6YhK6hTpN
Why is your refresh rate 47,952? Where is the benefit to 23,976?
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Old 11th November 2016, 13:08   #40043  |  Link
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Why is your refresh rate 47,952? Where is the benefit to 23,976?
My monitor not support 23,976 (in EDID there is nothing other then 60Hz at all, but 50, 48 and 47,952Hz are supported natively through VGA and DVI although with message "Out of range"), so I set 47,952=23,976*2 - for progressive scan it is the same, but for interlaced vertical frequency of monitor must be equal frequency of fields - else will be double or stuttering artifacts.

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Old 11th November 2016, 15:03   #40044  |  Link
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Sorry guys, NG1 is still not ready for release this weekend. I'm hopeful I'll have a first (probably not completely finished) version out by next weekend.

To hold you over, here's another little teaser. First some words about performance:

There will be several quality/speed levels. NG1 "low" quality will probably have a similar speed to Jinc AR*) or super-xbr*). Or at least that's what I'm aiming at. I still need to test how much I can downscale the algorithm before quality breaks down completely. NG1 "high" quality (which both teasers are made with) will probably have a similar speed to NNEDI3-64*).

Here's a photo comparison. Please note that in the NG1 image only the luma channel was upscaled with NG1. The chroma channel was upscaled with Bicubic60. Waifu2x doesn't make that compromise, which explains the difference in chroma quality:

original -- | -- Jinc AR -- | -- super-xbr 100 -- | -- NNEDI3 256 taps + SuperRes 4 -- | -- NG1 (wip) -- | -- waifu2x

Some of you guys didn't like the name "NG1". I'm open for other suggestions. Please feel free to post your ideas. If there's no suggestion that jumps out at me, I'll probably stick with "NG1", though.

I'm listening to your comments, but I'll reply to all old and new posts only after the new version is released.

*) without SuperRes
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Old 11th November 2016, 15:20   #40045  |  Link
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Thanks for your update madshi! Take your time...
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Old 11th November 2016, 15:46   #40047  |  Link
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Hi

Using madVR v0.90.24 on MPC-BE.

As i can see here https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...ck-on-windows/ i can use LAV filters instead of the internal ones. You suggest me to do this?

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Old 11th November 2016, 16:28   #40048  |  Link
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if you want ordered chapter support yes.
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Old 11th November 2016, 16:32   #40049  |  Link
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NG1 is excellent, but waifu does some magic on horizontal lines:
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Some of you guys didn't like the name "NG1". I'm open for other suggestions.
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Old 11th November 2016, 16:41   #40050  |  Link
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if you want ordered chapter support yes.
Only chapter support?
And i have to use only lav audio/video like in the guide? No splitter?
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Old 11th November 2016, 16:56   #40051  |  Link
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don't ask me things like this. and not in this thread.

there are other reasons than ordered chapter not chapter btw. but i don't know the full list.

i wouldn't be shocked if you need lav splitter for ordered chapter support.

so just add all 4 as preferred external filter and everything is alright.
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Old 11th November 2016, 17:11   #40052  |  Link
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don't ask me things like this. and not in this thread.

there are other reasons than ordered chapter not chapter btw. but i don't know the full list.

i wouldn't be shocked if you need lav splitter for ordered chapter support.

so just add all 4 as preferred external filter and everything is alright.
Well, i'm not skilled in this, so, i'm in wrong section?
What 4 are you talkin about? There is lav audio, lav video, lav splitter. You talking about h.264 mvc 3d decoder?

And i'm using all this stuff in x64 version, it's a lot of time i don't use it so i don't remember if i can use madvr and lav x86 on mpc-be x64 togheter. Know it's noob question
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Old 11th November 2016, 17:17   #40053  |  Link
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lav splitter source is the 4th

you can't use a x86 filter with a x64 filter

just use all 64 bit it is faster anyway.
and there is no reason to not install 32 bit and 64 bit at the same time.
guides these days...

this is the madVR thread so it is about madVR not decoder stuff.
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Old 11th November 2016, 18:19   #40054  |  Link
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I have found a bug in the latest windows 10 cumulative update (at least for x64) that cause madVR to stop working correctly with JRiver MC22. The update is KB3200970. I uninstalled it and everything is working fine again. Also it causes some strange things with video related things, for example some games started giving errors at start and stop working. It also happened to a friend. I recommend for now blocking the update if you have not installed it and wait for the next cumulative.
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Old 11th November 2016, 19:15   #40055  |  Link
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Sorry guys, NG1 is still not ready for release this weekend. I'm hopeful I'll have a first (probably not completely finished) version out by next weekend.

To hold you over, here's another little teaser. First some words about performance:

There will be several quality/speed levels. NG1 "low" quality will probably have a similar speed to Jinc AR*) or super-xbr*). Or at least that's what I'm aiming at. I still need to test how much I can downscale the algorithm before quality breaks down completely. NG1 "high" quality (which both teasers are made with) will probably have a similar speed to NNEDI3-64*).

Here's a photo comparison. Please note that in the NG1 image only the luma channel was upscaled with NG1. The chroma channel was upscaled with Bicubic60. Waifu2x doesn't make that compromise, which explains the difference in chroma quality:

original -- | -- Jinc AR -- | -- super-xbr 100 -- | -- NNEDI3 256 taps + SuperRes 4 -- | -- NG1 (wip) -- | -- waifu2x

Some of you guys didn't like the name "NG1". I'm open for other suggestions. Please feel free to post your ideas. If there's no suggestion that jumps out at me, I'll probably stick with "NG1", though.

I'm listening to your comments, but I'll reply to all old and new posts only after the new version is released.

*) without SuperRes
New algorithm looks fantastic! Very impressive to see anything surpass NNEDI3. I might try proposing a name for your new algorithm but I think I'd need to know more about exactly what it's doing to the image. I would like to suggest though that the name be distinctive. Doing a google search for "Next Generation" would produce an infinite number of entirely useless search results.

Thanks for your continued achievements!
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Old 11th November 2016, 19:18   #40056  |  Link
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It has an improvement, according to the changelog as followed,
http://www.windowscentral.com/micros...00970-14393447
named as: Improved the reliability of multimedia audio, Remote Desktop, and Internet Explorer 11, which may has something to do with the glitches fedpul have mentioned.
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Old 11th November 2016, 19:25   #40057  |  Link
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This is the Summary and what I mark in Bold is what I think is responsible for this issue and others I have found in my pc since then.

Summary

This security update includes*improvements and fixes*in the functionality of Windows 10 Version 1607 and Windows Server 2016.

It also resolves the following vulnerabilities in Windows:

3198467*MS16-142: Cumulative security update for Internet Explorer: November 8, 2016

3193479*MS16-140: Security update for Boot Manager: November 8, 2016

3199647*MS16-138: Security update to Microsoft virtual hard drive: November 8, 2016

3199173*MS16-137: Security update for Windows authentication methods: November 8, 2016

3199135*MS16-135: Security update for kernel-mode drivers: November 8, 2016 (maybe this too?)

3193706*MS16-134: Security update for common log file system driver: November 8, 2016

3199120*MS16-132: Security update for Microsoft graphics component: November 8, 2016

3199151*MS16-131: Security update for Microsoft video control: November 8, 2016

3199172*MS16-130: Security update for Microsoft Windows: November 8, 2016

3199057*MS16-129: Cumulative security update for Microsoft Edge: November 8, 2016

Enviado desde mi MI 4LTE mediante Tapatalk

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Only chapter support?
And i have to use only lav audio/video like in the guide? No splitter?
For the best results you should run all three LAV parts together.
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Old 11th November 2016, 22:36   #40059  |  Link
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What is the difference between splitter/source?
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Old 11th November 2016, 22:48   #40060  |  Link
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@steakhutzeee and @strumf666, please ask LAV questions in the LAV thread, not here. Your questions are widely out of topic here.
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