How do I enable Reclock correctly in Mediaportal? SAF 6.0 and MP 1.2.1

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  1. thamule

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    Hi there!

    Can anyone tell me how I include Reclock in my setup?
    I just made a clean install of MP 1.2.1 and SAF 6.0 and the newest reclock.
    I use Reclock to compensate for the difference between 23.976 and 24 fps. Not using reclock causes a small hickup every 42 seconds.

    I had reclock installed and enabled ealier, but now I don't remember how I did it.
    I've tried to add reclock at post-processing and to choose reclock as audi renderer, but the reclock icon is yellow/orange and doesn't turn green as earlier.




    Some help or advice would be very much appreciated. :D
     
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    You might try using 23 fps as it will usually result in 23.976 (if your TV supports it). You might need to add a custom resolution for that and use mp to switch to that fps.
     
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    I'm quite sure my tv only supports 24, and not 23. I'm also running it through a Onkyo TX-SR707 and that could cause problems as well.

    But what are you saying? Should I just play the files as they are, 23,976 and then change the refreshrate on the tv to 23 Hz (through the nvidia control panel)?
     
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    I've had a tip to test XBMC again. There's supposed to be a function there that eliminates the whole problem. I'll give that a go an see...
     
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    Have you tried configuring the automatic refresh rate changer as follows:

    Source -> Refresh Rate
    23.976 -> 23
    24 >- 24

    23 usually mean 23.976 to the video card.
     
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    I wil definite try this. Thanks for the tip guys!

    Now I remember why this didn't work. It's because I use the 100 Hz motion setting on my Samsung tv and it doesn't support 23.976. That's why I get the judder. Thanks anyway :)
     
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