Ever pondered why, particularly in quick action scenes, films on expensive TVs seem so fluid and lifelike? This is because of a technique known as “Frame Interpolation,” which inserts new frames between the ones that already exist to produce smooth motion. As a consequence, the footage is clear and sharp during even hectic moments.
You may now enjoy this high-quality watching experience directly on your PC thanks to the SmoothVideo Project. A mid-range CPU and nearly any compatible GPU are all that are required.
It should be noted that Linux, Windows, macOS, and mobile devices may all use the SmoothVideo Project.
Installing the SmoothVideo Project
Download the SmoothVideo Project installer first, then carry out the standard installation procedures.
Launch the SVP Manager once it has been installed. Its icon may be found on your system tray.
SmoothVideo Project use
Run MPC-HC.exe after going to the SVP folder in Programme Files.
You may play a video by dragging it into the MPC-HC player. You will have a fluid playing experience since the video will automatically play at the highest refresh rate of your display.
You might need to make some manual adjustments to the settings to get the best video playback results. While most users should be OK with the default profile settings, it’s a good idea to experiment with several setups to discover the one that works best for your machine.
By selecting “Active Profile Settings” from the context menu when you right-click the SVP Manager system tray icon. After that, click on Video Profile and choose the resolution you want from the selection. Make sure these settings are the same for all open profiles.
You can change the default settings if they don’t work for you. Simply choose Reset to Defaults from the Video Profiles menu when you right-click the SVP Manager icon in the system tray. Any customised settings you had previously created in the “Active Profile” area will be deleted as a result.
You’ll be asked to select a profile set after the reset that best suits the capabilities of your machine. To confirm your choice, click OK.
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