By hard time i mean frame skips audio out of sync, i have tried many players VLC media player, media player classic.
The content i have came from 4K movies that i bought and ripped with makemkv so the data rate is high.
My PC is old and has no dedicated video card it is using Intel i7 6700k built in Graphics. I'm guessing this is the issue?
I plan to build a new PC soon with a RTX 2070 Super and a Ryzen 3900X after the price gouging stops.
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Try: MPC-HC 64 bit. Set LAV Video decoding to software (start playing a file in MPC-HC, click "Play"->"Filters"->"LAV Video" and set Hardware decoding to "None"). Set renderer to "Enhanced Video Renderer" in MPC-HC's "Output" options. Restart player and try again.
- Skylake doesn't have proper 10 bit HEVC hardware decoding. (That's why we want to test software decoding, with 64 bit)
- iGPU is too slow for the scaling. (That's why we want to test a fast renderer, i.e. "Enhanced Video Renderer")
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Graphics_Technology, it should still be able to decode AVC/H.264 video up to 2160/60p, 8-bit HEVC/H.265 Level 5.2 Main up to 2160/60p and VP9 4k/24p@15Mbit/s (WebM video).Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
Most current laptops/PCs graphics cards are not 4k capable. Updating drivers can help, but we will have to wait for the next generation graphics card to be routinely installed in new machines to really get the benefits of the upscaling.
Give a try to MPlayer — but the 64-bit command-line .EXE only, no fancy GUIs.
Configure it to use all cores, its default behavior is monothreaded.
If even MPlayer fails then a faster machine is the way to go.
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