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SMplayer tweaks
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This is a short tutorial on tweaking SMplayer to perform at its optimum. You can expect smooth 1080p playback of most formats that VDPAU supports using these settings. 

Open SMplayer and press Ctrl+p 

Under general -> video 
  • make sure to have vdpau as output driver 
  • toggle Double Buffering 
Under performance 
  • toggle Allow Framedrop
  • Set treads for decoding to 4
  • Set loop filter to enable
That's it. Granted you have a supported video format file, it should play back perfectly fine in 720p and 1080p.
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(07-04-2017, 10:38 AM)Luke Wrote: This is a short tutorial on tweaking SMplayer to perform at its optimum. You can expect smooth 1080p playback of most formats that VDPAU supports using these settings. 

Open SMplayer and press Ctrl+p 

Under general -> video 
  • make sure to have vdpau as output driver 
  • toggle Double Buffering 
Under performance 
  • toggle Allow Framedrop
  • Set treads for decoding to 4
  • Set loop filter to enable
That's it. Granted you have a supported video format file, it should play back perfectly fine in 720p and 1080p.

Thanks! Works for me!  Big Grin
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