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cauchy1987 6th July 2010 06:16 PM

How can i improve video quality?
 
Please take a look at these 3 captures: ImageShack Album - 3 images. First is made in kmplayer, second in bsplayer and third in media player classic home cinema. As you can see the third picture has the best quality from all 3, meaning mpc-hc with these settings Watching h.264 videos using DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA). >> My collection of short anime reviews. Can i get same video quality in bsp ( version PRO 2.53 or 2.54 ), if i apply some video settings in player's options?

GPU: Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5750
codec: at the time of captures i used cccp, before that i had klite and i still didn't succeed to get the same video quality in bsp like in mpc-he

It's the same movie on every captures: Green Zone 1080p.
Please help, i don't want to give up on bsp so easy.

BSPeter 6th July 2010 07:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cauchy1987 (Beitrag 42238)
....codec: at the time of captures i used ....

More relevant is which codecs/filters BS.Player actually uses for playback. To find out, load a file and then
(rightclick >) Options > Filters > Advanced
Click on the small [+]-signs in front of the codecs/filters to reveal further info and access.
Further: which OS?; which "Rendering mode" used*?
(* rightclick > Options > Preferences > Video > Video rendering)
:wink:
Maybe this post is of interest: http://forum.bsplayer.com/41787-post12.html

cauchy1987 6th July 2010 08:20 PM

Filters: Default DirectSound device, AC3Filter, ffdshow Video Decoder, Source.
OS: Windows 7 Professional
After my first post i "played" a little with those renderers and i observed that internal renderer rgb mode is much better than the default one ( EVR ). Which one do you recommend me to use?

adicoto 6th July 2010 09:26 PM

Can you post here the exact time from the movie ? I have 720p and i'm using CoreAVC.
1st is BSPlayer's ;)

cauchy1987 6th July 2010 09:44 PM

Yeah, my bad, first is from bsp and second from kmp. I don't have the movie anymore but i can tell you it was minute 34 ( +-1 ).

Conneriaco 1st December 2017 07:33 AM

improve video quality
 
There are more and more useful and quick ways to help you improve video quality: https://www.wikihow.com/Improve-Video-Quality

There are many things you need to think about before you convert video to high quality, like the quality of source video, the output settings. With a remarkable normal video to HD converter, you can easily scale up the video image to fill an HD format.


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