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Old 22nd December 2016, 21:34   #41681  |  Link
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Another setting Im not sure about...
On the 1080 card there is a setting for PhysX and in the dropdown box it states "Processor" - Auto - Geforce GTX 1080 or CPU, what should I set it to?
I dont even know what the setting is for????
PhysX isn't important. You can disable it.
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Old 22nd December 2016, 21:37   #41682  |  Link
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Im using the 1080 card with madvr...
In the 1080 settings under "Adjust Desktop Color Settings" there is a dropdown box "content type reported to display" If I set it to (Auto-select (recommended) the image has terrible banding, if I set it to "Full screen videos" the image as NO banding and the blacks are more enhanced. The only problem is sometimes when i turn on the PC it has reverted back to Auto-select and Im back to the banding. Even though I save the setting why would it revert back? I only use this card and PC in my HT.

What do others have this setting selected to?
Settings will revert after driver updates. It might be easier if you post an image of the screen you're referring to. I have output set to 8 bpc and Full range.
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Old 22nd December 2016, 22:30   #41683  |  Link
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Settings will revert after driver updates. It might be easier if you post an image of the screen you're referring to. I have output set to 8 bpc and Full range.
I also have my settings at 8 bpc, Full, RGB and 32bit.
Do you have the tab named "Content type reported to display" under adjust desktop color settings?

Maybe this setting isnt on all cards???
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Old 22nd December 2016, 22:44   #41684  |  Link
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I have the same Problem with mvc-mkv...I tried xysubfilter but also the MPC-BE internal filters. Both times, with "Stereoskopic Subtitles disabled" and enabled as "side by side" I get the Subs in the Display plane...
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I would be ok with an user-adjusted Option...I'm not talking about the "original Settings in the mpls"...
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Hello,

Either I am doing something totally wrong or things are not supposed to work the way I expect them to.

I ripped countless of times my Avatar 3D BluRay disc with latest MakeMKV v1.10.2 and yet the 3D subtitles are not working properly, for that matter they are not working properly even when I directly play the movie from my disc.

The 3D effects of the movie most of the time cut through the subtitles, and it doesn't matter which subtitle language I am using.

I am using latest madVR build + latest LAV, I tried with both xySubFilter and with MPC-HC internal subtitle engine.

I remember a couple of months ago madshi mentioned that 3D subtitles are supposed to work with xySubFilter.
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So am I the only one with this issue?...
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You are not alone. I've had the same problem since the day one when I started usind madVR+LAV with 3d movies. Movie is fine but subtitles are in wrong depth. I've also tried different subtitle engines, original BluRay discs etc. but with no luck.
I just wanted to bring this issue up again;
I was under the Impression that MakeMKV derived MVC-3D-mkv files are displayed correctly...with xySubFilter also the Subs. MakeMKV is keeping the 3D-plane info "somehow". If I'm not wrong, that's done in the global tags. If one pulls out the global tags out of such a MVC mkv file one gets a *.xml file containing the 3D-depth per subtitle stream (see attached file, which I renamed to *.txt; I have shortened it...).
Is that the needed/sufficient info? Is the Format correct? Does it work for any subtitle type, or only for PGS?
Or are those affected by this issue just doing something wrong?

It would be nice to see here some Progress, after all the Problem is around now for quit some time.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 22nd December 2016, 22:59   #41685  |  Link
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I also have my settings at 8 bpc, Full, RGB and 32bit.
Do you have the tab named "Content type reported to display" under adjust desktop color settings?

Maybe this setting isnt on all cards???
Can you post an image?
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Old 23rd December 2016, 00:08   #41686  |  Link
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Can you post an image?
Here you go....
resolution is set the same as yours I believe.
As long as I have Content type reported by display set to Full screen videos i have no banding. On auto I get banding.
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Old 23rd December 2016, 01:12   #41687  |  Link
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Probably related to this change.
That was it ! because there is no difference when I test NGU-veryHigh on both versions.

I'm not certain that it is an improvement though. It sure hides the artifacts better, but it is really soft.

NGU-veryHigh on the other hand is extremely impressive : razor-sharp with practically no visible artifacts. I don't how madshi managed to do that, it is almost magical
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Old 23rd December 2016, 01:19   #41688  |  Link
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Here you go....
resolution is set the same as yours I believe.
As long as I have Content type reported by display set to Full screen videos i have no banding. On auto I get banding.
It all looks good to me. I don't know what is wrong.
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Old 23rd December 2016, 01:54   #41689  |  Link
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It all looks good to me. I don't know what is wrong.
Do you have Content type reported by display set to Full screen video?

I just wish mine would lock onto this as when it changes back to auto I get banding.
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Old 23rd December 2016, 11:46   #41690  |  Link
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@madshi Do you plan to enable the "add grain" enhancement for other image doublers than NGU in the next version ?

It is a really neat feature which subjectively increase the details of the image when upscaling SD content to FHD or 4K. I would like to use it with super-xbr.

Did you write the code yourself or is it a script/shader that you can share ?

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Old 23rd December 2016, 16:53   #41691  |  Link
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Update on MadVR with my RX480

I'll be brief since I know this isn't the RX 480 support thread.

I was the one having blank screens and HDMI loss of handshake with MadVR on the RX480, mostly when it was under stress. Tried a clean reinstall of windows, several driver versions, etc. I also upgraded the 6-year-old 500W power supply to a new Seasonic unit in case the power delivery was off. Very disappointing because the card was bought specifically for MadVR and nothing else.

On further research, it seems these cards pull a ton of power from the PCI bus traces and some motherboards aren't up to it. I have an older Sandy Bridge MSI Z68 chipset board (PCIE2) with a 2500K processor and believe the board has trouble with this power draw.

At any rate, along with the new PSU and enabling the new ReLive driver's power saving fix (which apparently decreases PCIE power draw and increases draw from the 8 pin socket) MadVR has been flawless for several days.

I believe the reason these reports of problems with the RX 480 are so persistent for some, non-existent for others, and yet so hard to diagnose, revolves around this PCIE draw, and the multitude of motherboards out there.

I can now run NGU Med, upscaling 720p to 4K with DX11 fullscreen exclusive and default queue sizes with no drops. Fantastic!

Madshi, thank you again for your work. NGU is the best thing that's happened to my HTPC in quite some time.

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Is the anti-bloating gone for good for super-xbr doubling ? I use it at only 25% and it does a pretty good job in reducing ringing and dark halos.
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Old 23rd December 2016, 20:16   #41693  |  Link
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about the settings RGB or YCbCr444

Hi,

I use this setting for HDMI 2.0 to my TV LG OLED.

NV control panel.
(adjust desktop color settings)
digital color formet = YCbCr444
content type reported to display = full screen videos.
(adjust video color settings)
Video settings = Let player control.

LAV video decoder.
(output formats)
All (without) AYUV
(rgb output levels)
untouched.

madVR
(display properties)
RGB output levels = PC levels (0-255)
Display Bitdepth = 10 bit or higher

Are these options correct? Or is it better to use RGB for NV Control Panel and TV Levels on MadVr Display properties?

I always thought that as the source is YCbCr, It was best to use YCbCr444...

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Old 23rd December 2016, 22:06   #41694  |  Link
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Hi,

I use this setting for HDMI 2.0 to my TV LG OLED.

NV control panel.
(adjust desktop color settings)
digital color formet = YCbCr444
content type reported to display = full screen videos.
(adjust video color settings)
Video settings = Let player control.

LAV video decoder.
(output formats)
All (without) AYUV
(rgb output levels)
untouched.

madVR
(display properties)
RGB output levels = PC levels (0-255)
Display Bitdepth = 10 bit or higher

Are these options correct? Or is it better to use RGB for NV Control Panel and TV Levels on MadVr Display properties?

I always thought that as the source is YCbCr, It was best to use YCbCr444...

Thank you!
Hi, you should set RGB in NV Control Panel. And the selection of TV Levels vs PC Levels depends on what you have set in NV Control Panel. I use the full chain in RGB full because I also use the TV as a PC monitor.

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Hi, you should set RGB in NV Control Panel. And the selection of TV Levels vs PC Levels depends on what you have set in NV Control Panel. I use the full chain in RGB full because I also use the TV as a PC monitor.

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Yes, that's what they told me. But, is not it better to use ycbcr 444? I do not use it for games, just for movies. why it is better rgb? if the movies are ycbcr...
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Yes, that's what they told me. But, is not it better to use ycbcr 444? I do not use it for games, just for movies. why it is better rgb? if the movies are ycbcr...
The screen can only display RGB (it has to, YCbCr isn't physically possible), so if you output RGB you can let MadVR do all the colour processing. Otherwise you just have to hope the TV handles the conversion from YCbCr to RGB correctly.
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The screen can only display RGB (it has to, YCbCr isn't physically possible), so if you output RGB you can let MadVR do all the colour processing. Otherwise you just have to hope the TV handles the conversion from YCbCr to RGB correctly.
I do not see any difference in colors using rgb or YCbCr444... I think it does the conversion correctkt. Watch these screen shot, they are with the LG app, capture the TV screen as I see it.

You see any difference?

RGB


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There are some differences (try switching back and forth between the two images, focus on the red areas). Hard to tell which is better at this point (especially from such small images), but my money is on MadVR.
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There are some differences (try switching back and forth between the two images, focus on the red areas). Hard to tell which is better at this point (especially from such small images), but my money is on MadVR.
Try whit direct link

http://i.imgur.com/83pFnib.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/isoW642.jpg
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There are some differences (try switching back and forth between the two images, focus on the red areas). Hard to tell which is better at this point (especially from such small images), but my money is on MadVR.
Anyway, I'll start using rgb / full. The color setting is the same on my tv.

In Lav video decoder settings, RGB output levels: untouched or PC Levels 0-255?
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