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Old Yesterday, 09:58   #53941  |  Link
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Warner, yesterday I saw 1 movie and an episode of TV series and I did not see anything strange, no shooting and frame lost, but I can not understand why if I look at the OSD I always know those few "dropped frames".
Smooth motion is an "interpolation"? I prefer not to activate "Smooth motion" I prefer the original cadence of the film, with nothing added.

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Got another dumb question, does MadVR favor any of the newer units in RTX vs GTX in terms of performance? For example does 2070 have similar performance as a 1080 the way they do in games? Same thing can be asked for 2080 and 1080Ti.
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As Asmodian said, MadVR doesn't use any of the new features yet, but when/if it does it should make a significant difference.

FYI Madshi himself doesn't advise buying GTX GPUs anymore at this stage but recommends RTX instead. He has made no promises or committed to anything, but it's most likely his intention to take advantage of the new architecture in the future with MadVR.

So no differences now, but down the line possibly a significant one.

If you want best possible PQ in HDR using MAdVR's excellent HDR tonemapping with all options/features available, I wouldn't buy anything below a 2080 (roughly equal to 1080ti), and I recommend a 2080ti if you can afford it to have some headroom. My 1080ti is struggling with the latest HDR test algos and I have to use it in D3D11 native as Copyback isn't up to the task without degrading quality. That means I lose black bar detection with D3D11 native, or have to lower the quality of chroma upscaling (using NGU AA High at the moment, so it's possible to downgrade without too much of a downside visually).

My plan is to upgrade the 1080ti as soon as nVidia releases a model supporting HDMI 2.1 and 7nm, at some point in 2019.
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Any advantage to setting the display/TV to 12-bit in Nvidia control panel when the movie is encoded in 8-bit anyway? Or is it best to just leave it at 8-bit?
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No, not really.
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Warner, yesterday I saw 1 movie and an episode of TV series and I did not see anything strange, no shooting and frame lost, but I can not understand why if I look at the OSD I always know those few "dropped frames".
Smooth motion is an "interpolation"? I prefer not to activate "Smooth motion" I prefer the original cadence of the film, with nothing added.

https://imgur.com/a/UPstRZu
It is a bit hard to explain why this happens. Read the section in this post labelled "Custom Modes." Like I said before, it has something to do with the synchronization of the playback clocks:

https://forum.kodi.tv/showthread.php...942#pid2238942
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Smooth motion is an "interpolation"? I prefer not to activate "Smooth motion" I prefer the original cadence of the film, with nothing added.
Smooth motion is not interpolation, it is designed to get the movie to play at its original cadence while playing on the display's refresh rate. Please trust your eyes.
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Yeah, we'll be able to do it ourselves with madVR at that point but frame blending could've be added by TV manufacturers using the panels unexposed native refresh. With the likes of Tom Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie saying "Please turn Motion interpolation off, this is not how the film should be watched" and with the Soap Opera effect being wildly known and typically despised for over a decade, I wonder why any TV manufacturer hasn't simply added this alternative as an option?
because frame rate matching is hands down the better alternative.
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