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agh DIVX problems driving me potty.

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by MikeKay1976, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. MikeKay1976

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    Hi

    i am sure this is a common problem. many of my divx files are encoded to run at different fps.

    ones which run at 30fps are fine @60hz

    25fps ones run ok @ 75hz refresh rate (the plasma doesnt like 100hz)

    & there are some which are 24fps which i have to run at 72hz.

    the problem is is that this is a right pain in the ass for anyone in the house except me who is computer literate.

    is there any software i can use to analyse the fps on the divx file & atomatically adjust the refresh rate so that it will play smoothly?


    i also still cant get tv running smoothly using descaler :(

    if i run no other software its not too bad, but as soon as i log in on my other account & do some downloading the framerate drops.

    bugger :( can anyone help?


    (Athlon XP 2400+, 512mb DDR 200mhz dual channel ram, TNT 2 m64 (was using the onboard geforce 4 mx graphics of the nforce 2 but thought a standalone card would be better)


    divx software ffdshow with Any dvd
     
  2. stlic

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    If your happy using reclock (everyone should be IMHO) then it has a handy feature which will do just what you request. Feed it some powerstrip frequencies and it will analyse the video and set the refresh rate accordingly. I use it to change from 24 to 25 Hz interlaced depending on source; 30Hz not supported on my TV but I rarely need to use it.

    Not sure about dscaler as I've never used it more then for testing.
     
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    cheers guys......... am sure that info will help

    M.
     

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