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Hi all, I am a total noob here so my apologies if I am not clear with using the right terminology relating to CinemaVision.
I am having an issue with my JVC projector which takes about 10-12 seconds to resync on refresh rate changes. I use the DSplayer Kodi wth MadVR and I have set MadVR to change refresh rates to match the video as this eliminates judder etc.
I know that there are events you can create to stop refresh rate changes and turn them back on but to avoid the refresh rate changes I have ensured that all my Theatre intro's and Trailers are the same resolution and refresh rate @ 23.976 (ie the same as the main feature) but for some reason the transition between the sections ie. Theatre intro's - Trailers - Feature causes the projector to have to resync and I end up with a black screen between each one of about 10-12 seconds.
This is extremely annoying and basically makes CinemaVision unusable Can you please fix this issue as a matter of urgency? I realise that if there are different refresh rates for different videos that the projector or display device will have to resync but if all the videos (trailers etc.) are the same refresh rate and resolution between each part then surely it can be done without the display losing signal/resyncing?
I did read in another topic where Ragnarok said the following: "Chances are it's something to do with the refresh rates then. Are you on a projector or a TV? We use dummy files between videos to give us bookmarks to jump to. We're actively working to change that methodology so we remove some of the refresh rate changes" - this was in January 2016.
Please help to fix this issue.
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