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(2015-09-22, 15:33)Bjur Wrote: Thanks for the answer. I have HDHomeruns and Terratec H7. What about multiple streams recordings? Do you have that and can perhaps point me to where I should looks to set it up correct?

Yes, multiple streams recording works fine.
Try to set separate folders for each individual TV card : http://wiki.team-mediaportal.com/1_MEDIA..._Recording
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Okay but do yours also work with multiple clients watching different channels at the same time or is it only valid for recordings?
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Soon I will complete my HTPC Intel I7 with an Nvidia GTX-980, if I wanted ask someone the thread owns the graphics card with the settings optimized for madVR and / or at least if you can 'direct me on some guidelines for configuring Nvidia GT -980 / madVR - Kodi DSPlayer
Thanks for any suggestions
P.S. Movies 1920/1080 - Serrie TV 1280/720 these are the video resolutions for my media.
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(2015-09-22, 18:57)gotham_x Wrote: Soon I will complete my HTPC Intel I7 with an Nvidia GTX-980, if I wanted ask someone the thread owns the graphics card with the settings optimized for madVR and / or at least if you can 'direct me on some guidelines for configuring Nvidia GT -980 / madVR - Kodi DSPlayer
Thanks for any suggestions
P.S. Movies 1920/1080 - Serrie TV 1280/720 these are the video resolutions for my media.

Try these:

http://wiki.mikejung.biz/MadVR#MadVR_Set..._970.2F980
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Thank you, many of which we dwell, perhaps, even some direct experience of any holder GTX 980 / madVR would like, I see you are using Cuvid as video codec instead of DXVA2 Copy for its GTX 970, it is as good as choice Cuvid primarily of DXVA2 Copy?
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(2015-09-22, 20:11)gotham_x Wrote: Thank you, many of which we dwell, perhaps, even some direct experience of any holder GTX 980 / madVR would like, I see you are using Cuvid as video codec instead of DXVA2 Copy for its GTX 970, it is as good as choice Cuvid primarily of DXVA2 Copy?

In my experience with NVidia card, I found DXVA2 copy-back is better than CUDA . Sometimes using CUDA leads to freeze / crash especially when using with SVP.
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Thanks for your feedback, in fact, also taking a cue from the initial guidance of the thread is quite clear and specified:
Intel: DXVA2 (copy-back) or Intel QuickSync
AMD: DXVA2 (copy-back)
Nvidia: DXVA2 (copy-back)

Maybe what you read on that guidance from the owner of a GTX 970 is only for the purpose of experimentation, I do not know, for me it is almost a new world filters madVR why I try to document as much as possible and perhaps with some experience as can 'be your cue to put in the drawer ...

I take this opportunity to ask if ReClock is essential as rendered audio, I possess an AVR 9.2 Pionner SC-LX56 and should be connected to the HTPC with an HDMI cable on a stretch of 10 meters.
Thank you.
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(2015-09-22, 17:31)Bjur Wrote: Okay but do yours also work with multiple clients watching different channels at the same time or is it only valid for recordings?
Yes, multiple clients can watch different channels at the same time.
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(2015-09-22, 20:41)gotham_x Wrote: Thanks for your feedback, in fact, also taking a cue from the initial guidance of the thread is quite clear and specified:
Intel: DXVA2 (copy-back) or Intel QuickSync
AMD: DXVA2 (copy-back)
Nvidia: DXVA2 (copy-back)

Maybe what you read on that guidance from the owner of a GTX 970 is only for the purpose of experimentation, I do not know, for me it is almost a new world filters madVR why I try to document as much as possible and perhaps with some experience as can 'be your cue to put in the drawer ...

I take this opportunity to ask if ReClock is essential as rendered audio, I possess an AVR 9.2 Pionner SC-LX56 and should be connected to the HTPC with an HDMI cable on a stretch of 10 meters.
Thank you.

Follow the guidelines for settings as posted in the guide in the first post. The GTX 980 can use NNEDI3 Image Doubling for everything in most cases, even 720p material scaled to 1080p.

I like ReClock for bitstreaming or PCM output because I think it performs better than the standard audio renderer (better lip-sync), but it is not needed. It is mostly useful for correcting the inaccurate clocks in graphics cards that lead to occasional frame drops. The amount of frame drops caused by your card can be seen during playback in the rendering stats. Look at the image below, for example. The display and composition rate are different values. The result is one frame repeat every 42.41 seconds. ReClock can correct this when you output audio as PCM.

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This is from the guide:

The main benefit of ReClock is eliminating the frame drops that occur due to the framerate of the video (display) clock not perfectly matching the audio clock. This typically happens with 24Hz material that is actually rendered at 23.976 fps. A number of factors including the specific A/V equipment and GPU used can lead to reported framerates that differ by decimal places from the actual rate of consumption by the display. A reported 23.972 fps from the video clock, for example, can lead to one dropped frame per minute. These frame drops are clock corrections called clock jitter.

ReClock syncs the clocks by resampling the audio. The audio stream is unpacked as multichannel PCM and slowed down or sped up by inaudible amounts to match the required composition rate. With ReClock in place, dropped frames should be eliminated or reduced to one per hour at most.

Note: Although not recommended in ReClock documentation, WASAPI Exclusive passthrough bitstreaming is possible. I have used this configuration at 60Hz and 24Hz without any reported problems. Just remember to disable media speed correction. The trade-off involves tolerating the often imperceptible frame drops at the benefit of bit-perfect bitstreaming.
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Thank you, your feedback for this, there are many things I have to assimilate by your guide, little by little to a smattering of basic to implement the various concepts, one of these aregomenti who are interested in understanding;
With ReClock, was just Audio bitstreaming to my AVR for decoding HD audio tracks,, in this case is like PASS THROUGH Audio .... work it takes charge of the Tuner / Amp duty, correct? I omit two-channel PCM output.
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(2015-09-22, 23:56)gotham_x Wrote: Thank you, your feedback for this, there are many things I have to assimilate by your guide, little by little to a smattering of basic to implement the various concepts, one of these aregomenti who are interested in understanding;
With ReClock, was just Audio bitstreaming to my AVR for decoding HD audio tracks,, in this case is like PASS THROUGH Audio .... work it takes charge of the Tuner / Amp duty, correct? I omit two-channel PCM output.

If you want to bitstream, check all of the boxes in LAV Audio for each audio format. After that, set ReClock exactly the same as pictured in the guide. This will passthrough bitstreams directly to your AVR.

I rewrote the ReClock section to make it a little bit more clear. It is perhaps the most technical topic in the guide. Clock jitter has never really bothered me. I never notice the repeated frames, and the clocks in my setup only drop a frame every three minutes or so.

I use ReClock for its WASAPI Exclusive bitstreaming and couldn't be happier.
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Thanks, this was what I wanted to see if doing PassThrough bitstream with ReClock, filter Lav Internal audio was excluded or not from ReClock,
In Lav Audio, in addition to select all the boxes for the audio format, wondering if you should enable tab MIXING Output Speaker Configuration for your audio setup, and if doing the work just filter Lav Audio excluding ReClock fall more frame.
My TV supports 24Hz, does not support 23.976 Hz
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Nevcariel has repeatedly stated that there's no point in using CUVID anymore.
For troubleshooting and bug reporting please make sure you read this first.
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(2015-09-23, 09:55)gotham_x Wrote: Thanks, this was what I wanted to see if doing PassThrough bitstream with ReClock, filter Lav Internal audio was excluded or not from ReClock,
In Lav Audio, in addition to select all the boxes for the audio format, wondering if you should enable tab MIXING Output Speaker Configuration for your audio setup, and if doing the work just filter Lav Audio excluding ReClock fall more frame.
My TV supports 24Hz, does not support 23.976 Hz

Mixing won't matter if you use WASAPI Exclusive. This is only for DirectSound and maybe Wave Out.
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Thanks a lot!
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