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Old 28th May 2021, 13:59   #61501  |  Link
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Hi guys, any issues with WIN 2004 feature update before I pull the trigger?
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Old 28th May 2021, 14:01   #61502  |  Link
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I just never update, still going 1806 HTPC is HTPC
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Old 28th May 2021, 14:20   #61503  |  Link
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mine is a bit of an allrounder now, used for HTPC and WEB access so I now prefer to update more often to ensure i'm getting the latest sec patches etc, I do a little gaming but not much, still still mainly a HTPC machine.
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Old 28th May 2021, 15:51   #61504  |  Link
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After trying MadVR's display mode optimization feature, my second monitor is occasionally going black for 1~2 seconds every 15~30 minutes. Not exclusively during video playback, but rather at any given time.
I reset the timings and then deleted the optimization profile, and tried the few things one would immediately try (restarting Windows, removing monitor power cable, reinstalling GPU drivers, reinstalling monitor drivers, etc.)
Nonetheless, the problem persists. FWIW I have a somewhat nonstandard monitor setup (240hz primary + 60hz secondary)

I can't be 100% positive that MadVR is the cause, but it immediately started after I started messing with MadVR display modes. Any ideas?
Still dealing with this. Is there any solution? Has MadVR permanently screwed my monitor?
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Old 28th May 2021, 17:10   #61505  |  Link
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Hi guys, any issues with WIN 2004 feature update before I pull the trigger?
Haven't had any issues (I'm on 20H2 but it's the same kernel).
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I have it set to dxva 2 copyback with my nvidia gpu selected, it only zooms when you check if big black bars, but this also zooms the IMAX scenes too.
I only check "notify media player: immediately" and "crop black bars", but I'm not using a projector. I've set MPC-HC to Touch window from inside, Default AR, Zoom 100%. It also works fine in MediaPortal.
Does the madVR OSD show the line like "1920x1080 -> 19??x80?, 2.39:1" on the non-IMAX parts?
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Still dealing with this. Is there any solution? Has MadVR permanently screwed my monitor?
Are you sure you didn't change something else at the same time or shortly before testing madVR custom timings, like a new GPU driver? Have you tried older drivers? Have you tried DDU? Maybe the custom timings have left some remnants in the registry that are still used even when reinstalling drivers.
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Still dealing with this. Is there any solution? Has MadVR permanently screwed my monitor?
Custom timings can damage a monitor, I saw it once (before madVR had the option). I believe is very rare today, but it is possible.

That said, have you tried deleting all your displays with CRU? This is the only way I have found to really reset them, sort of reinstalling Windows.
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Old 28th May 2021, 22:38   #61507  |  Link
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Haven't had any issues (I'm on 20H2 but it's the same kernel).I only check "notify media player: immediately" and "crop black bars", but I'm not using a projector. I've set MPC-HC to Touch window from inside, Default AR, Zoom 100%. It also works fine in MediaPortal.
Does the madVR OSD show the line like "1920x1080 -> 19??x80?, 2.39:1" on the non-IMAX parts?Are you sure you didn't change something else at the same time or shortly before testing madVR custom timings, like a new GPU driver? Have you tried older drivers? Have you tried DDU? Maybe the custom timings have left some remnants in the registry that are still used even when reinstalling drivers.
I don't get any line like 1920x1080 >
I have attached a jpg with what my OSD shows.



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Old 28th May 2021, 23:13   #61508  |  Link
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Maybe it isn't working because madvr is using DXVA scaling. Try with a different scaler in the settings.
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Old 28th May 2021, 23:47   #61509  |  Link
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Ah, yes, of course.

DXVA scaling happens before madVR gets the video, it is equivalent to native decoding for purposes of Zoom Control.

Use Cubic 60 or 75 if you want something very fast and decent quality. Spline36 is also a great option and it is only slightly slower.
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Old 29th May 2021, 00:28   #61510  |  Link
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Ah, yes, of course.

DXVA scaling happens before madVR gets the video, it is equivalent to native decoding for purposes of Zoom Control.

Use Cubic 60 or 75 if you want something very fast and decent quality. Spline36 is also a great option and it is only slightly slower.
I had it on the bottom option before (NGU) I only recently tried DXVA. I have set spline and still have same problem

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Old 29th May 2021, 01:51   #61511  |  Link
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And you have tried enabling both if there are big black bars and/or if black bars change quickly back and forth?

Edit: not if there are big black bars, I keep forgetting that does not keep all image content.
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You may need to select the OTHER display hardware for your display device. where it says GTX xxxxxx

note that the gpu is listed xxxx for each connected xxxxx

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I don't think which GPU is used for decoding matters for black bar detection, as long as madVR gets the image back on the CPU (i.e. any decoding mode and config except 'native' hardware decode).
Sometimes with some madVR options it's difficult to find out why they don't work when they should...
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correct.

try this add a folder with this name in the madVR folder: ShowBlackBars

this will active a mode where madVR will show what the black bar detection thinks. if it doesn't do than it's not active.
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I just never update, still going 1806 HTPC is HTPC
i rolled back to 1909, no issues with MADVR but youtube was a mess, audio dropouts all over the place even with latest and AMD driver, no issues with 1909 and for once rolling back was seemless, took 5 mins.
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Today I went to watch a movie and I noticed that hdr wasnít enabled. I checked the osd and I noticed these that Iíve never seen and have no idea what they are or how they got there. First is the panavision one and second is the hlg thing. I have no idea how to fix this and I really want to watch a movie
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Old 30th May 2021, 02:31   #61517  |  Link
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HLG is Hybrid Log Gamma which is a combined std SDR curve for the first part and an aggressive Log curve for the highlights that makes a HLG file playable on both a SDR Display (with slightly washed out highlights) and a HLG compatible HDR TV. HLG is being pushed by both the BBC and NHK as a broadcast format that will work OK on both SDR and HDR(HLG) compatible sets. Think of it as a compromise of SDR and HDR together. Unless something recently changed, madVR does not support tone mapping HLG, and if your TV does not support HLG then it will display as SDR.
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HLG is Hybrid Log Gamma which is a combined std SDR curve for the first part and an aggressive Log curve for the highlights that makes a HLG file playable on both a SDR Display (with slightly washed out highlights) and a HLG compatible HDR TV. HLG is being pushed by both the BBC and NHK as a broadcast format that will work OK on both SDR and HDR(HLG) compatible sets. Think of it as a compromise of SDR and HDR together. Unless something recently changed, madVR does not support tone mapping HLG, and if your TV does not support HLG then it will display as SDR.

Ok but why is it all of the sudden doing this ? This have never shown up like this before. My movies have always played in hdr not this hlg
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It is because of the metadata attached to that file, it says it is BT.2020 and HLG.
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It is because of the metadata attached to that file, it says it is BT.2020 and HLG.

But if itís never done it before why would it be doing it now ? That doesnít make sense
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