, Zoom Player
and Daum PotPlayer
The main features of this GPU assisted video renderer are high-quality scaling, chroma upsampling, YCbCr to RGB conversion, full 16bit processing queue, gamut & gamma correction for display calibration, and final 16bit processing result dithered down to RGB output bitdepth.
All the actions are performed via GPU shaders and obtaining the highest quality is top priority for madVR.
This application has some limitations as well as capabilities, although in the future updates will probably add more to the features of madVR: it does not support subtitles yet and the DVD playback with navigation menu is only available in XP.
Other features not supported are hardware accelerated video decoding (DXVA) and hardware accelerated deinterlacing (DXVA).
The latest updates have added new capabilities to madVR:
optimizations to reduce AMD OpenCL interop cost, support for decimating 50p/60p movies to 25p/24p, new windowed presentation path and profile strings "filePath/Name/Ext", with wild char ("?", "*") support. Fixes include no more crash on Vista when trying to activate error diffusion, no more black flashing with Smooth Motion + NNEDI3 chroma doubling and solving image corruption when up&down scale is needed at the same time.
madVR is a software tool worth trying for all media enthusiasts who want to get the best out of their video files. Videos have a crispier look and the graphic card works at its full potential so your movies look a lot more like real life.
Among the media players which offer support for madVR we mention