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MadVR, also known as Madshi Video Renderer is much more than a simple video renderer. It uses your GPU to perform resolution upscaling, chroma upscaling, and all kinds of other video enhancements that can significantly improve video quality.  MadVR can be used with a few different video players such as MPC-HC, jRiver Media Center and PotPlayer. When you install MadVR a Windows registry entry is added which allows media players to utilize MadVR as a video renderer. MadVR is a '''[[DirectShow|DirectShow Filter]]''' and there are lots of other filters out there, so keep that in mind when you start changing a bunch of settings.  
 
MadVR, also known as Madshi Video Renderer is much more than a simple video renderer. It uses your GPU to perform resolution upscaling, chroma upscaling, and all kinds of other video enhancements that can significantly improve video quality.  MadVR can be used with a few different video players such as MPC-HC, jRiver Media Center and PotPlayer. When you install MadVR a Windows registry entry is added which allows media players to utilize MadVR as a video renderer. MadVR is a '''[[DirectShow|DirectShow Filter]]''' and there are lots of other filters out there, so keep that in mind when you start changing a bunch of settings.  
  
As of September 5th 2017 the latest version of madVR is v0.92.2, you can download the latest version of madVR '''[http://madshi.net/madVR.zip here]'''.
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As of December 17 2016 the latest version of madVR is v0.91.4, you can download the latest version of madVR '''[http://madshi.net/madVR.zip here]'''.
  
 
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]]'''.   

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