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|0000721: On 540hz monitors (but not 240hz) MadVR stutters for several seconds after opening a video
|I'm sure it's not a priority, but just thought I'd say for information's purposes that MadVR has a bug on ultra-high-framerate monitors.
It worked well on my ol' 240hz display except for the occasional hang when I would drag it to a different refresh rate display. But MadVR doesn't like the new 540hz panel.
On 540hz, playing a video:
first 1sec of playback: normal playback
2sec-6sec: stuttering playback, MadVR statistics show "display" Hz incorrectly fluctuating from 100~180Hz
7sec-infinity: normal playback
Latest Win11 update, RTX 4090, latest MadVR beta (but also happens on the stable release), happens on any given LAV decoder setting
Happens on MPC-HC or MPC-BE with MadVR enabled
Doesn't happen with MPC video renderer enabled
Also happens when all monitors besides the 540hz one are off, so it's not a mixed refresh rate problem
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|madVR v0.92.17 or latest beta
|Media Player (with version info)
|MPC-HC latest or MPC-BE latest
|Splitter (with version info)
|LAV Splitter 0.77.2.3-git
|Decoder (with version info)
|LAV Video Decoder 0.77.2.3-git
|DXVA2 Scaling Active
|Aero / Desktop Composition
|Problem occurs with mode
|GPU Driver Version
|It's possible that madVR's VSync logic is confused by the extremely high frame rate. Unfortunately it will be hard for me to fix this without having a monitor myself that can go as high. And I currently don't really have plans to buy such a monitor (because I have no real use for it).
|happens at 240 too.
|Ah - after looking at MadVR stats it does indeed happen at 240hz as Huhn says, just not as deeply (240hz > 200hz instead of 540hz > 100hz) so it's harder to see
|The highest my monitors can do here is 120.