madVR 0.90.24

madVR is a high quality video renderer (GPU assisted) that can be used with Media Player Classic Home Cinema, KMPlayer, Daum PotPlayer or any other media player which supports madVR - just select madVR as the preferred renderer in the media player's settings. The video playback quality produced by madVR is very different (great quality) from other renderers Haali, Enhanced Video Renderer or VMR-9. Once installed, you don't need to adjust any contrast, saturation, sharpen or resize options because any video looks perfect right out the box. In addition to madVR, MPC-HC is the only thing you ever need to play perfectly your video files.

Changes in madVR 0.90.24:
HDR: improved tone mapping algorithm
HDR: added gamut mapping compression (instead of clipping)
HDR: slightly improved luminance vs saturation reduction formula
HDR: added options to use an external HDR tone mapping 3dlut
HDR: added option to do HDR processing, but still output PQ
fixed: measuring HDR luminance + NNEDI3 chroma upscaling sometimes crashed
compiled OpenCL kernels are now stored separately for 32bit and 64bit
when using the "ShowRenderSteps" tweak, a smaller OSD font is used now

madVR Screenshot

madVR Settings

Latest version: 0.90.24 (11 Aug 2016)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Download: (14.5 MB)

See also:
ReClock DirectShow Filter
Daum PotPlayer

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