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MadVR is the last stop before the video is displayed on screen. Prior to madVR the video and audio stream get separated by a Source / Splitter Filter, like FFmpeg. From there the video stream will pass through a Video Codec or transform filter, like '''[[CUDA]]''' or '''[[DXVA2]]''' which can take advantage of your GPU to speed along the playback process. If you are not sure if you should use CUDA (CUVID) or DXVA2, I've created a quick video quality comparison page that shows the '''[[MPC-HC Video Decoder Comparison|difference in quality between DXVA2 and CUDA]]'''.   
 
MadVR is the last stop before the video is displayed on screen. Prior to madVR the video and audio stream get separated by a Source / Splitter Filter, like FFmpeg. From there the video stream will pass through a Video Codec or transform filter, like '''[[CUDA]]''' or '''[[DXVA2]]''' which can take advantage of your GPU to speed along the playback process. If you are not sure if you should use CUDA (CUVID) or DXVA2, I've created a quick video quality comparison page that shows the '''[[MPC-HC Video Decoder Comparison|difference in quality between DXVA2 and CUDA]]'''.   
  
You can see this in action with some mediaplayers, like '''[[PotPlayer]]''', which will tell you what filters are being used, and in what order while you play a video. If you want more information on exactly how madVR renders and improves video quality, you should view this '''[http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1710366#post1710366 madVR flow chart]''' which is found on the Doom9 forums.  
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You can see this in action with some mediaplayers, like '''[[PotPlayer]]''', which will tell you what filters are being used, and in what order while you play a video.  
 
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(1) Built-in FFmpeg MP4 Source
 
(1) Built-in FFmpeg MP4 Source

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