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Old 3rd October 2009, 11:27   #1  |  Link
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MPC-HC - shaders - usage help/guide/manual

I cannot find any help doc how to use shaders in MPC-HC, even with uncle Google's help.

Could you point me to some useful info ?
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You click play>shaders>combine shaders - you add the one you want to use

i use 16-235>0-255 + sharpen complex 2
the others shaders are weaker or not needed
then with control+p you enable/disabled them to see the difrence
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thanks for reply.
I have some idea about shader effects, that info is known to me.

I was focused rather on settings than on shaders themselves.

E.g
What is difference between shader and screen space shader ?
Is one for windowed and one for full screen playback mode ?
Or source versus screen pixels ?
Or source color space versus screen color space ?
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I dont know what the screen space shader is for.
But no they are not for full/win mode

source colors - color range of file
screen color - color range of screen
16-235 for SDTVs
0-255 for CRT and LCD monitors/tvs
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What is difference between shader and screen space shader ?
With screen space shader, resize first then shaders are applied.
With simple shaders, shaders are applied then resize.

So, eg. with a sharpen shader it's better to go with screen space shader ...
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With screen space shader, resize first then shaders are applied.
With simple shaders, shaders are applied then resize.

So, eg. with a sharpen shader it's better to go with screen space shader ...
Thanks, it seems as I thought it could be.
The fact is than sharpening one is one of few useful.
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