Dynamic Refresh Rate and Movie resolution

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    Hi and Merry Christmas :),

    is there a way to set the monitor to different hz when the movie resolution is diffent, but the fps is the same?
    1080p@23.9fps set the Display to 60hz and 720p@23.9fps set the Display to 24hz.

    How can i do this?


     
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    Merry Christmas to you also ;)

    I don't think you can, because current implementation of the Dynamic Refresh Rate is based on the Framerate of the movie, not the resolution.
     
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    is there another way to send this information (eventghost, reclock...)?
     
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    That doesn't matter, since DRR is based on framerate. Whatever resolution you 'feed' it, it will only look @ the FPS and then switches to the linked RefreshRate, based on the configuration settings. Resolution isn't a variable in this configuration.
     
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    ok lets forget dynamic refresh. can a plugin or Codeck or something else send the movie information? (to eventghost or powerstrip)
     
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    23:19:42 TCP.MediaPortal.Long.Video.Play ['10.0.0.100', u'\\\\SERVER\\TV_Series\\Airwolf\\S01\\Airwolf - 01x01-02 (720p BluRay).mkv', u'|Action|Adventure|', u'1.356']

    EventGhostPlus shows the genre & aspect ratio. The resolution should be listed in the databases of the plugins (MovPic, TV Series, MyVideos, etc.) and if EventGhostPlus could include the resolution in the payload, you might be able to make an action for that.
    Best to ask the developer of EventGhostPlus if he can add resolution to the payload.
     
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    If you can explain why you want this. It might help people help you too.
     
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    He uses 'smooth video' with his 1080p 3D movies, and would like to set 60Hz refresh rate for those, where his 720p movies/series should play normally on 23.976/24Hz.
     
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