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Stable: https://mpv.io/manual/stable/
Git: https://mpv.io/manual/master/

User Scripts & Shaders:

High quality video output profile (goes into mpv.conf):


Configuration Files:


Post your system specs and config if you're asking performance related questions.

Windows Builds:

Evaluating mpv's upscaling algorithms:

>That mpv.net shill keeps shilling.
>JEEB keeps merging mac shit.

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one minute at mpvtard.net and you get this look

>> No.70601590

The mpvnet troll is really talented.
Could finally kill mpv threads.

>> No.70601724

reminder that mpv android is not dead

>> No.70601779

He's is betrayed by his passive aggressive behaviour. So no, don't think so.

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>> No.70601990

Mpv chads ensemble. Windows autists like everything easy to use and retard-proof.

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damn, found this while browsing /a/. can you guys identify any of the settings being used in the mpv config for this screenshot. looks really nice for 720p

the OP didnt reply when I asked him

>> No.70602036

don't ask this shit in the shill thread, go to this one, the technical patrician thread

>FYI, probably ravu-r4, debanding, and some adaptative-sharpen

>> No.70602087

It should be mostly the same regardless of settings, it's not scaling luma probably.

>> No.70602423

bamp for justice

>> No.70602520

how can you disable an audio filter for http streams only?
I'm using af=lavfi=[dynaudnorm=f=100] but dont want to use it for [protocol.http]

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21:9 anime is pretty nice

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nothing wrong with it

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But mpv is easy to use.
Try [protocol.http]

no u

>> No.70602839

that worked, thanks.

another question, is there a better way to normalize a local file? I know I can tag a file with foobar2000 with a replaygain value, and mpv can read that value, but the think is, aac audio files do not allow writing this tag to the file, and only the container header.

so if there is a way to scan the file and normalize it to 0.0dB before opening it just like the tag version I would really appreciate it if someone could show me how.

>> No.70602890

What should i add besides profile = gpu-hq in the configs?

>> No.70602893

but youtube-dl+mpv is braindead easy to use tho.

>> No.70602917

ask that to the mpv.net shill

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>> No.70602983

There is --replaygain, and you can set a fallback value, but besides that I'm not sure how to tackle your problem. Maybe you could make a keybind or add mpv.conf files with the replaygain next to the files.
Whatever you need. Just don't copy stuff without reading what they do in the manual first.

>> No.70603017

Why would I use this over Home media player?

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should i use vulkan or d3d11? i used opengl all the time

>> No.70603270

mpv is comfy

>> No.70603281

vulkan nor D3D11 work for me i get the same error, it's probably my config?

>> No.70603464

Does fbo-format=rgba16hf help?

>> No.70603569

Not on my pc right now, will try later but thanks for the help though

>> No.70603655

Is it possible to load profiles from mpv.conf with a keybind? I'd like to set up different "profiles" but I can't find any references for this kind of behavior

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>> No.70603874

Thank you, I must have missed that

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indeed. mpv is truly the practician media player for every user.

>> No.70604347

what hwdec and ravu version should I use for anime

R5 2600 + GTX 1660

>> No.70604422

Lite-r4 is the best

>> No.70604650

No wonder it died, rather commit suicide than run on a brainlet's pc

>> No.70604696

FSRCNNX and --hwdec=no

>> No.70604887

>tfw not using FSRCNNX

>> No.70606101

To make blurry shit look better use adaptive-sharpen

>> No.70606252

patrician bumping

>> No.70606849

Could someone (>>70604696 ?) explain to me why exactly is hwdec bad? I understand that it may decode inaccuretely in some cases, but I believe that hwdec=auto-copy takes care of that. As far as my understanding goes, decoding is only extracting frames from the source and postprocesses (such as upscaling) and displaying the video is something entirely different that gpu takes care of regardless of hwdec settings. Is that right?
So many questions, so little knowledge. Any explanations and links to further resources would be greatly appreciated.

>> No.70607144

But I am using mpv on Windows.

>> No.70607492

d3d11va alongside ra_d3d11 is always safe, you only need to worry about hwdec on Linux.

>> No.70607747

I can't figure out how to use the geometry shit. Someone help a brainlet like me out.

>> No.70607919

To be fair, you also have to worry on Windows 7, which doesn't have d3d11va.

>> No.70608394

>PSNR-HA/HMA measurements are now done with wstep = 7 as recommended by igv.

Does this mean Artoriuz is using this igv shit or what? https://github.com/igv/Python-MDSI

>> No.70608410

how do I disable a lua script (specifically autoload) without having to change the autoload.lua file

>> No.70608411

No, it just means step went to 7 (default is 8)

>> No.70608467

cool, thanks for the info!

>> No.70608509

From the docs ( https://mpv.io/manual/stable/#options-geometry ), there are two possible syntaxes for the geometry options

I'll give you my setup as an example

this uses the first of the two formats
The 50% represents the <[W[xH]]> part. This means whenever you open a new video it will always take up 50% of your screen width and the height will be scaled to achieve that.
If instead, for example, you want the video size to be equal to either half of your screen width, or half of your screen height, you would use 50%x50%.
+100% means the video will be positioned 100% away from the left hand side of the screen, so basically it will open up on the right hand side of the screen.
+0% means the video will open up 0% away from the top border of the screen.
Overall that line in my config will make new videos open in the top right corner and take up half the screen width.
You really should read the manual carefully though, there are a lot of examples and it's explained quite clearly.

>> No.70608604

Any way to make it start maximized?

>> No.70608783

You mean full screen?


otherwise just use

(this makes the window size either 100% of the screen width or 100% of the screen height, whichever comes first (so that it doesn't become larger than the screen size)
and maybe also
so that it stays on top

>> No.70608807

oh, also I think
might come in handy, that should add black bars so that you get a maximized look (haven't tested this though, check the manual really)

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