ReClock 1.9.0.0

Discussion in 'ReClock' started by Ivan, Oct 26, 2016.

  1. Ivan

    Ivan Admin Staff Member

    Watching PAL DVDs? Here's why you need ReClock: https://forum.redfox.bz/palspeedup/

    Download ReClock here: https://www.redfox.bz/download/SetupReClock.exe

    Note:
    • ReClock must be installed *after* PowerDVD or Arcsoft TMT 3/5/6
    • Whenever PowerDVD or Arcsoft TMT 3/5/6 is updated or reinstalled, ReClock must be reinstalled
    • ReClock replaces the ASAudioRenderer.dll in the TMT 3/5/6 Codec directory. A backupASAudioRenderer_bak.dll will be created. Do not delete this file, it is required!

    1.9.0.0 - 14/10/2016
    • New: ReClock found a new home at http://forum.redfox.bz
    • New: Improved support for PowerDVD 16
    • New: Replacement of default renderer with Windows 10
    • New: Prevent possible dll side-load attack during installation
    • Change (PowerDVD 10 and up): Replaces cladr.ax file.
    • Fix: HD DVD playback with ArcSoft TMT & PowerDVD 7
     
  2. nebostrangla

    nebostrangla Well-Known Member

  3. fedpul

    fedpul Member

    Hi, I have a bug in this version that was present in the previous version too. Since I installed Windows 10 on my PC reclock causes pop sounds everytime. It is really annoying. I have a GTX 970. Latest driver.
     
  4. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Pop sound - when, where, how ...?
     
  5. fedpul

    fedpul Member

    Hi, James. Whenever I play a file, no matter if it is a movie or a song. It happens every few seconds so it is very noticeable. And how, is what I can't explain. I have tried several configs changes without luck. The sounds is like a click or pop, a distorted sound. I need to say that I have set it up the same as I have set it in Windows 7 where it was working fine.
     
  6. fedpul

    fedpul Member

    James, do you need additional info, PC specs? Whatever you need to discover what is going on, please just tell me.
     
  7. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    A logfile might be good.
     
  8. fedpul

    fedpul Member

    How can I generate a logfile?
     
  9. fedpul

    fedpul Member

    Bump! Anyone can guide me on how to generate a log file?
     
  10. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    You enable it in settings. It is saved in your documents folder.
     
  11. fedpul

    fedpul Member

    Hi James, many thanks. I have just set it and uploaded the log. I found that it only does the weird sounds (clearly like pops, like when you unplug or plug something) when using Wasapi not DS.
     

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  12. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Did you hear these pops during logfile creation? Because I don't "see" them. And what are you playing? 44.1 kHz sample rate (CD) is quite uncommon.
     
  13. fedpul

    fedpul Member

    Hi James, first I play a song in mp3 format, then I played two ripped movies. I think redbook (aka 44.1 kHz) is quite common. It is pretty much a standard.
     
  14. budtz

    budtz Member

    I can’t use versions of reclock since this change in 1.8.8.2:


    1.8.8.2 - 20/01/2014
    * Change: Manual framerate settings override automatic framerate detection


    This is because reclock just sets the framerate of the file to what it is set in "assumed framerate when not found". If this is set to anything other than "unknown" reclock cant detect fps.


    Way to reproduce:


    Playback a 23.976p file and set "assumed framerate when not found" to 25. in reclock properties it will say "using default framerate. you can change it. 25 fps". so it plays the 24p files in 25p.

    Another way is to set the monitor to 50hz. set "assumed framerate when not found" to 23,976. This works fine with 23.976 files. theese are speeded up by ca. 4.3%. When a 25p file is playing however, it will wrongly speed up the 25p file by 4.3% as well. Setting "assumed framerate when not found" to unknown will make reclock correctly detect the framerate of alle types of files - but it needs a awhile to do it.


    In the older versions I can set "assumed framerate when not found" to 23,976 and reclock would detect the correct framerate of any file. Is this really the way it is supposed to work? That "assumed framerate when not found" overrides any form of framerate detection?

    Im using madvr and mpchc
     
  15. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    No. "assumed framerate when not found" only defaults to the specified framerate, if automatic frame rate detection fails and no manual framerate is set in the database.
     
  16. budtz

    budtz Member

    Thx for the reply.

    I cleared the database to test so that part fits. But why would reclock fail in detecting the framerates of all my files. It works fine in older versions. It seems it doesn’t detect the framerate if I use 1.8.8.2 or newer. How can this be?
     
  17. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    I have no idea. You can create a log and take a look, what's going on.
     
  18. budtz

    budtz Member

    here it is I hope. this is with a 25p file that is speeded up by 4.3%

    and this is where i open the same file but with 1.8.8.1. here the file is not speeded up.

    im not sure im reading it right but it seems fps is detected in both cases
     

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  19. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Please do not triple post. Use the edit link below your post instead. Posts merged.
     
  20. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Please elaborate. ReClock detects 25p allright, but it seems indeed to change speed. Does it detect the refresh rate correctly? Have you tried to clear the refresh database?