Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows
(2015-12-27, 01:03)Knight77 Wrote:
(2015-12-27, 00:57)Warner306 Wrote: The Kodi GUI can cause madVR to stutter if your settings are approaching the limit of your graphics card. The present queue is reduced to 1-2 / 8 to reduce the chance of GUI lag. This queue will recover when the GUI is closed. But this can take some time if your madVR settings are very aggressive.

Try reducing your madVR settings and see if the dropped frames remain.

The switch to fullscreen can cause a few dropped frames, but this should only account for a couple of frames, not several.

Warner306 thanks for the input but I've got a gtx960 and there settings are quite in line with it, with MPC or even Kodi I've got a use of 20% of the video card so its not about that, indeed the movies are fine and smooth and the 30 frames are just dropped when the movie starts (in Kodi I mean).

It's likely the refresh rate change or, for some reason, the present queue is taking some time to fill at playback start.

Try changing the software that handles the refresh change: madVR or Kodi.
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