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    It seems, that this is Motherboard related ->Link<-
    :(:mad::cry: I should better read the specifications before i buy :oops:


     
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    Ok but surely a drivers issue, maybe some beta one is ok ? :)
     
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    Today i will ask ASRock support, if this will be fixed.
     
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    Really struggling with MadVR....haven't a clue where to start.

    I've skimmed this thread, and apart from turning 'off' 3D in display properties (I don't use 3D!!)....haven't the guts to start subjectively messing with a ton of variables that don't mean a whole lot to me... :(
    TBH...I'm still trying to work out how to set my GTX 1050ti card...DXVA2 (copy back...or native)....or Nvidia CUVID?? They all 'work' but I'm not understanding which is the best (better?) option.
    I've used MP for some years now, and like to get the best result I can.....is there a 'way in' to MadVR that I'm missing...?:oops:
     
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    I believe your graphics card should be more than capable enough to use Madvr with the default settings so you would only need to set up the "display modes" for DRR and other device properties to match your TV before you could give it a try. It is easy enough to turn if off in the MP config if you run into problems.
    Here is a link for a very comprehensive Madvr setup guide for MPC-HC with Kodi but pretty much everything is the same for MP, a shorter definition of the Madvr settings and what they mean is here. Both have been updated recently so hopefully are good for the current Madvr.
    Hope this helps, happy tweaking.
     
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    In regards to this topic DVXA2 (copy back) should be the best to use as i far as i know. I am using MP and MadVR with my GTX 1080Ti and its working more than fine including 3D meanwhile. I can also provide you with my config just as an example if you want. But you might want to use/"develop" your on config based on your equipment.
     
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    Sounds good to me...Thanks!! :)
    My System Spec is up to date now....showing i5-8400 on a MSI B360M mobo.....FWIW!!!!
     
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    I am very sorry for the delay ... but here is my settings file for madvr. I did not change it for quite a while but it still works for me and the latest madvr version:
     

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    Thanks for this....I now assume that I save this to the MadVr folder, and replace exixsting .bin file!!?
     
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    Thats correct :) But be sure to save your own config before... mine will probably not fill your needs....
     
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