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Old 18th July 2024, 17:22   #2321  |  Link
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Yes, that's the way I do it manually now.

But I have to do it all the time - if I recognize at all that a movie is cropped.

I wonder if MPC-HC has a permanent mode to do as decribed?

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Old 19th July 2024, 14:59   #2322  |  Link
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Old 19th July 2024, 16:30   #2323  |  Link
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Went from basically never having errors after switching from madVR to MPC-VR to now constantly having multiple skipped frames, without having changed any settings. Is this an issue with new drivers or might something else explain this?
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Old 20th July 2024, 08:57   #2324  |  Link
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"The file delete function now shows a confirmation prompt on Windows 10/11, because Windows may not show one by itself anymore like it did in the past."

But doesn't it depend on how someone has set the file deletion confirmation in the system?
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Old 20th July 2024, 11:28   #2325  |  Link
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options→output→directshow video→settings→properties
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What is the Video Frame->Correct Monitor/Desktop AR Diff option for?

When I turn it on, my video resolution changes from 1450x1080 to 1450x1067. Since I have a monitor with PAR 1:1, this shouldn't have any effect, should I? Am I missing something?

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Leave it off, your player is already set to scale DVDs, etc. to the correct aspect ratio for your display. If you were outputting to a CRT, then you probably need this option since the pixels aren't square there. In other words, the player knows the resolution of the display and aspect ratio as well as that of the video, but it doesn't know if the display itself isn't using square pixels.

A simple test, a DVD with a perfect circle on it, with the default scaling settings it displays on a square pixel monitor as a round circle. Turning the option on stretches it slightly to make it more oblong.

If I'm wrong, someone correct me.
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