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Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows
(2015-09-03, 17:02)spencerjford Wrote:
(2015-09-03, 12:20)XTrojan Wrote:
(2015-09-03, 07:42)spiderben25 Wrote: On my Samsung TV I've always been using PC mode because other modes activates some post-processing resulting in a messy image (just open a browser page with some text on it and you will see it). I also disable any kind of post-processing on the TV. Setting the color to warm 2.
I'm indeed limited to 60 Hz though, but using smooth motion I don't see any judder or stuttering so that's fine by me. When setting madvr to 1080p24, the TV exits PC mode so that's not an option.
Full (0-255) RGB range is set on the TV (I believe it's the "HDMI black level" set to normal) and on AMD catalyst center and colors are fine by me.

Thinking about this setting but PC mode has 0-235 range, is there any benefit running full if you're just playing blurays which are encoded 0-235 anyway?

i've never seen a tv that has a PC mode setting that isn't 0-255 range. but these now are questions for the madvr forum on doom9. plus they have been answered on that forums many times over.
"PC" Mode on samsung TV's doesn't mean 0-255 range, it just means all processing is disabled and it's basically a monitor.

I can run both settings, but i'm unsure wether to run standard limited or run full, bluray movies are always limited range so i assume i'm gonna run limited?
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RE: Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows - by XTrojan - 2015-09-03, 17:08
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