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PhiloHippus 19th January 2003 03:57 AM

Screen refresh rate
 
Ever since I found out about "ReClock Audio Renderer" I became aware of how screen refresh rates are so important, so my suggestion is: Couldn't a the current resolution menu be subdivided into refresh rates too? Instead of being just:

Change resolution > 640x480
..............................> 800x600
..............................> 1024x758
................................. so on...

It would be something like:

Change resolution > 640x480 > 50Hz
................................................> 60Hz
................................................> 75Hz
.................................................. so on...
..............................> 800x600 > 50Hz
................................................> 60Hz
................................................> 75Hz
.................................................. so on...
..............................> 1024x758 > 50Hz
.................................................. > 60Hz
.................................................. > 75Hz
.................................................. so on...
................................. so on...

Perhaps this could be turned off by default in the main options, so people wouldn't unwillingly ruin their monitor.

What do you think Mr. Bst?

Cheers

Tecno2k2 19th January 2003 06:25 AM

I don't see the point of running your monitor at a lower refresh rate... :lol:

PhiloHippus 19th January 2003 06:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tecno2k2
I don't see the point of running your monitor at a lower refresh rate... :lol:

You don't? Well download ReClock and read the readme file then. You'll get it.

Tecno2k2 21st January 2003 01:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PhiloHippus
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tecno2k2
I don't see the point of running your monitor at a lower refresh rate... :lol:

You don't? Well download ReClock and read the readme file then. You'll get it.

404...
The only problem i'm aware of, is that it might get slighty blurry if you run it at the max refresh rate..

Quietseb 21st January 2003 09:41 PM

I can't connect to the site either this evening
I downloaded it a few days ago

basically, it says [if I remember correctly ;)] refresh rate must be a multiple of the framerate of the movie in order to avoid dropped frames...
the refresh rate which is closest to a multiple of 29,976 is 60Hz... I dunno whether screens very often supported 90Hz ;)

xlv600 22nd January 2003 12:13 AM

The reason of 404 is that the filter was upgraded to indice e :lol:
http://ogo.nerim.net/reclockfilter/R...e.dist.bin.zip

trodas 24th January 2003 05:37 PM

...this is bullshit...
 
First at all, the jerking we see into, for example, starting openings of Austin Powers: The Goldmember (the very beginning, with "smoothly" running aroung a mountain with the "somewhere in utah" landscape text) its simply problem, that 24fps is not enought for recording nonjerking movies and the movie jerks into cinema too (!).

So, its definitively not a problem of my 100Hz resolution, witch obivously do not match the 23.976 fps speed.

One can see jerking into ever cinema around, into every movie, where is any attempt to do smooth scrolling of anything on screen... It never-ever go smooth. NEVER EVER, remember that¨.

The autor of ReClock is right into one case - the framerate of movie and refreshrate of monitor SHOULD be in match or full multiply (witch is not as good, as exact match, because it means that the frame will be displayed TWICE on screen, what cause "ghosting" of smoothly scrolled things - anyone with Amiga and PicassoIV gfx card can show you that very well, what this cause - because you get instead of smooth scrolling quite ghosted games, very ugly, anyway... and not synchronized, another problem...)

But is enought to disable VBlank synchronization and no jerkings acur at all. The fact is, that when the refreshrate are more that twice the framerate of movie, the player will find time to put the image there.

Accelerating the 23.976fps movies (most DVD rips) to 25fps is INSANE in first place.

OTOH, some movies are just very badly converted back to 23.976fps from the DVD orginal az 29.970fps - so - there is strange jerking. Creators of that rips should be blames and acceleration is not a solution. Definitively not.
Its like argument that you save time, when you play your music 2x faster. Yea, do it...
Sounds great, is not it? :lol: :?


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