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Old Today, 11:37   #63921  |  Link
Celio1080p
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Hey there everyone, it's me again.
The guy who could not play 4/60 well
on my 3070.
Anyway, i found the problem.
It was because in the Nvidia Control Panel
I set 60 fps as a limit in global profile.
Anyway, to fix it, all i had to do was to create
a profile for my player
MPC-BE x64
And set no fps limit.
Thank you everyone, sorry my english.
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Old Today, 15:42   #63922  |  Link
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SM is broken in 113.
Never used it and I don't see why I ever would.

It causes ghosting artifacts during motion.

I've always used plain 23.975Hz
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Cool story, you do know you can undo it if it doesn't fix the issue right? Update us in a few months when you find out what caused it or with details of your new build, since you're obviously interested in wasting not only your own time but also others'. Seems quite clearly a personal system issue with little evidence to it being a problem specifically with madVR, nobody else is experiencing this issue but complain away.
I'd like to point out Mr. Write-only that someone already identified the madVR issue...
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Never used it and I don't see why I ever would.

It causes ghosting artifacts during motion.

I've always used plain 23.975Hz
You won't get these ghosting artifacts if you are on 120hz.
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You won't get these ghosting artifacts if you are on 120hz.
Why would you use smooth motion for a 120Hz display?

120Hz is exactly 5x24Hz 4x30Hz, and 2x60hz

"Smooth Motion is designed to display content where the source framerate does not match up to any of the refresh rates that your display supports. For example, that would be 25/50fps content on a 60Hz-only display, or 24p content on a 60Hz-only display."

So unless you are trying to play 25fps or 50fps content, but even then the 120Hz display should support 50Hz or 100Hz mode as well.

Only time I see a use case for smooth motion option is when using a display that does not support a refresh rate that is a multiple of the content frame rate.
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The recent madVR crashing issue which we encountered, suggests otherwise.
Yes that appears to be a bug introduced by madshi's update nag screen, which only occurs in the beta version of madvr?

Disappointing if true, since there should never be any nag screens in madvr (I've never had one in final stable public version). I almost put a nag screen in an app once but came to my senses and realised how morally wrong that would have been.

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No reason to switch away from Windows 10 on my HTPC, just keep it firewalled off the Internet after 2025 or so.
So this means that Windows 10 STILL can't be reliably configured to disable updates? I'm still living in the stone age here (Windows 7) so I don't know what the current situation is with Windows 10. Isn't there like some Enterprise build or something that can be configured to disable updates?

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Why would you use smooth motion for a 120Hz display?
120Hz is exactly 5x24Hz 4x30Hz, and 2x60hz
It's because they couldn't successfully tune their 120hz mode to be very close to 120/1.001, so they end up with a dropped/repeated frame every n minutes, so instead of that they would rather have blended frames if they aren't noticeable to them.

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So this means that Windows 10 STILL can't be reliably configured to disable updates?
Updates can be disabled perfectly fine.
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So this means that Windows 10 STILL can't be reliably configured to disable updates?
It doesn't mean that. It means that Windows 10 eventually stops receiving security updates and would not be advisable to connect it to the Internet after that point.
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