[solved] - Dynamic Refresh Rate for 23fps video

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  1. Urban51
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    Hi,
    with MP 1.23 and DRR an issue with 23fps video came up: DRR could not find a matching profile and therefor kept my default 50Hz.
    Looking at a log file:
    [Log ] [MPMain ] [DEBUG] - Video frame rate : 23976
    So I added a profile for 23976Hz (without komma; a gamers wet dream) with a target display rate of 23Hz and everything works fine.
    Maybe its some locale issue because its a german system (decimal separator ",") either with MediaInfoLib or MP or both.


     

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    Fixed in 1.24 Pre release ...
     
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