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Old 06-30-09, 07:46 AM   #1
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Default Tearing, EVR and 2nd monitor

Hello

I'm trying to get MPC homecineman to play 1080p content on secondary screen using the hardware of my 9600gt. Secondary screen is the TV of course, a panasonic plasma. Problem is, the only way to enable hardware decoding seems to be telling it to use EVR renderer, in which case I get bad tearing on secondary screen. The default setting I get now tearing, I believe it's using regular overlay as default.

Any ideas?

Thanks for your time )

Edit: I'm using Vista. This wouldnt be an issue in XP, but that doesn't support 4GB of ram so... and XP64 doesn't support much of anything aside from 4GB of ram, so Vista it has to be.
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Old 06-30-09, 07:55 AM   #2
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Which decoder are you using? Have you tried using the custom EVR renderer with the Direct3D fullscreen box ticked under "output"? Also what refresh rate are you using on the TV and what is the model number?
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Yes indeed, changing the TV refresh rate to match my monitor's fixed the issue. Thanks =)
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