A DirectShow filter that allows the smooth playback of videos in your favorite players, relying on GPU-oriented algorithms to ensure playback quality
|Updated||May 30th 2018|
DmitriRender N/A N/A
|Crack Size||69.78 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Designed to improve the user's experience when it comes to video playback, DmitriRender provides an external DirectShow filter that promises to sync the motion in the video with the refresh rate of the monitor. The purpose is to obtain a smoother playback with minimum intervention from the user's part.
DmitriRender can be used with any media player that supports external filters. Once installed, it takes action automatically during video playback, but users can tamper with some of its settings via the tray menu.
The filter relies on advanced GPU-oriented algorithms for converting the video frame rate and performing motion-compensated frame interpolation. It allows variable frame rate conversion and supports DXVA decoding. It is compatible with various models of Intel, nVidia and AMD video cards, as long as they have support for DirectX 11. The maximum GPU load assigned to the video playback can be set in the tray menu.
As almost all the processing is done by the GPU, the CPU load is low during playback, so the processor's power can be used for other tasks. In fact, the filter adapts to the processing power, optimizing playback to allow smooth frame transition on slower computers as well.
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