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Old 19th September 2015, 13:46   #161  |  Link
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can anyone suggest setting for anime & normal video.
like that deinterlacing setting.-look pixel in frame center (good for broadcast,bad for anime)
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Old 19th September 2015, 14:02   #162  |  Link
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Main difference is that chroma scaling is much more important for colored cartoons than for any filmed content.
But luma still is very important, as it's for the contoures.
If you don't like high deband strength for filmed content, you may like it for cartoons, as it hardly kills details there.

Jinc AR for chroma is relatively soft, but this often doesn't become apparent. If you also watch bad sources which usually have lots of ringing in them, you may want to use NNEDI3 32 for chroma. But this is quite luxury, considering the high performance costs.

For luma, NNEDI3 is a no-brainer for cartoons, if you have enough performance and upscaling factor is 1.5x or higher.
64 neurons should be used, but also 32 are still better than super-xbr. super-xbr boosts ringing, makes lines fat and is also more aliased than NNEDI3.
However, you can use it for quadrupling after NNEDI3 if you lack performance for NNEDI3 quadrupling (but only important for very low-res content).

What's good for cartoons is mostly also good for filmed content.
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Old 24th September 2015, 20:36   #163  |  Link
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how about new zoom settings ?
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Old 24th September 2015, 20:46   #164  |  Link
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how about new zoom settings ?
I will add them soon. I am currently exactly at the character limit so it requires some refactoring, I will need to move advanced topics to another post and link to it.
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Old 24th September 2015, 22:02   #165  |  Link
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I will add them soon. I am currently exactly at the character limit so it requires some refactoring, I will need to move advanced topics to another post and link to it.
Why not ask a mod to copy the first post a few times? They should be copied right after each other, in chronological order.
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Old 25th September 2015, 00:11   #166  |  Link
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I don't think post "copying" is even possible (each post has an id and owner, they can't be changed).
Usually such problems are solved by deleting first few posts from other users or by moving other posts from the same user (if it's possible from chronological point of view).
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Why not ask a mod to copy the first post a few times? They should be copied right after each other, in chronological order.
I am thinking I should probably make a new post, "Things to know about madVR" or similar, and link to that. It could grow quite large as well. I could also add known driver issues, tips and tricks, etc.
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Old 25th September 2015, 13:55   #168  |  Link
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you should just ask an admin/mod to get the first couple of post and wait what they say.

the number of feature will grow too.
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Old 2nd October 2015, 08:40   #169  |  Link
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Admin was contacted and was very helpful.

Updated for madVR v0.89.5.
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Updated for madVR v0.89.11
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Old 16th October 2015, 04:02   #171  |  Link
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Oh, cool. Looks it all worked out nicely.
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Are deint=Film and deint=IVTC file tags different from each other?
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Are deint=Film and deint=IVTC file tags different from each other?
Good catch, no they are not.

edit: A lot of those tags are synonymous.
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Updated for madVR v0.89.13.

Automatic, file container level, rotation support!

Other good things as well, like improved DXVA chroma quality on Intel (and maybe Nvidia), but automatic rotation stands out for me.
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Old 9th November 2015, 14:35   #175  |  Link
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Got a new upscaling problem with my new computer. Using mphc with madvr. New computer has windows 10 and latest mphc with madvr. Latest Intel graphics driver. Intel i7 6700 using builtin HD530 graphics outputs to LG oled tv who is set for hdmi high (0-255). My previous Windows 10 computer had an ATI card and didnt have this problem.

Intel graphics driver: RGB to 0-255 (quantization full range). Also had to set brightness in the driver itself to +8 to get it right. YCbCr deactivated, IT-content activated. Video color settings: Program Settings. And deactivated sking tone and contrast enhancment.
madvr is set to 0-255 8 bit for the display and in lav i have tried both untouched and 0-255.

Playing 1080p content everything is perfect, but the problem occurs when watching 720p content who gets upscaled to 1080p. Brightness increases a lot. Black is gray. If I set the tv to rgb limited it fixes it. Anyone got a clue? Why do I have to set the tv to rgb limited for upscaled movies but not 1080p movies?

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Old 9th November 2015, 17:14   #176  |  Link
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what display mode do you use?
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Old 9th November 2015, 19:51   #177  |  Link
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1080p23, 1080p24, 1080p25, 1080p29, 1080p30, 1080p60

In this case 1080p23
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That really does not make sense to me. There is no difference, to the Intel drivers, after madVR gets done with 720p or 1080p. madVR resizes to the output resolution and then hands it to the Intel drivers either way.

Are you using and DXVA or QS decoding features? I would test with them all disabled (software decoding in LAV and no DXVA resizing). Are you sure the test file is not the issue?
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Old 9th November 2015, 23:03   #179  |  Link
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Seems it might be 720p file I tested. Tested another movie and it seemed fine. Thanks
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Old 4th December 2015, 01:56   #180  |  Link
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Finally updated for madVR v0.89.17. Suggestions for better descriptions for sharpen edges, thin edges, and enhance detail are welcome.
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