ReClock DirectShow Filter

The purpose of ReClock is to definitely get rid of jerky playback of video material on a PC (AVI, MKV, DVD, Blu-ray, etc) or a HTPC driving a TV, a flat panel, or a video-projector. It's a DirectShow filter which is loaded in place of the default direct sound audio renderer. It provides a new reference clock that is locked to the video card hardware clock, in order to ensure that frames are played at the exact speed of what is expected by the video card vertical sync. It also provides a frame rate adaptator for media files that do not match a multiple of the video card refresh rate (ex: playback of 23,976fps IVTC NTSC on a PAL TV). The combination of the two will give you the true experience of smooth playback with your PC. Finally it is an audio renderer with hardware or software rate adaptation in real-time, multi-channel audio, audio timestretching (pal speedup compensation) and dynamic range compression capabilities.

ReClock changelog:
New: Improved support for PowerDVD 16
New: Replacement of default renderer with Windows 10
New: Prevent possible dll side-load attack during installation
Change (PowerDVD 10 and up): Replaces file.
Fix: HD DVD playback with ArcSoft TMT & PowerDVD 7

ReClock DirectShow Filter Screenshot

ReClock DirectShow Filter Settings

Latest version: (27 Oct 2016)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Download: SetupReClock1900.exe (1.1 MB)

See also:
Kawaii Codec Pack
SmoothVideo Project

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