AMD Fluid Motion Video AMD is a research and development, for many animation design technology, his role is to 24 frames or other frames of the video frame up into 60. This technology for a long time, recently bought a 4K display, and bought a sapphire RX 570 super platinum OC. Toss about, so a tutorial, review it together
Why do you need this technology? Because currently streaming video over the Internet is 24, 25, or 29,30 frames. Although 30 frames for the human eye, don’t feel obvious Caton, but 60 frames can give a silky feel. A map can be seen, there are some 24 frames Caton, 60 frames to smooth transition.
This function is AMD research and development, naturally A card exclusive, and want this feature, first of all need a AMD video card, APU is ok. This is my configuration. 6600K plus new Sapphire 570 super platinum.
618 during the upgrade the chassis, even wanted to card together with the upgrade, the plan, disrupted the evils of the miners until now, prices return to more rational price, to start with, and if not available, do not know when God knows how long.
Originally also wanted to buy a light fan to change, but think of me, this case seems to be installed on the light-emitting fan can not see, even if, anyway, there is a variable logo faith lamp.
Hey, buy a new thing, always can not help but bask in the sun. When you’re not careful, the topic is far away.
Let’s get back to the topic. The hardware is ready, followed by the preparation of the software, the whole process uses three software, one is AMD driver.
Two is the player potplay.
Three is bluesky, Frame, Rate, Converter.
The first step is to pre configure the bluesky Frame Rate Converter, which is configured as follows. Maybe the first time I can only check 24P, I can’t check 30P, I can check it after restarting.
The second step, turn on the red drive, and click the video options above. Select your effect, or simply customize, open the frame at the bottom right, and keep the steady video off.
The third step is to configure the frame parameters in the potplayer.
1: right, options.
2: filter > global filter priority > add system filter, select Bluesky Frame Rate Converter to determine
4: Click Bluesky Frame Rate Converter > force the use of > apply > determine
5: this step is optional, but my sapphire 570 ultra platinum supports hard solution, so I want to open.
Filter > video decoder > built in decoder /DXVA; sets > uses hardware acceleration (DXVA) to hit “OK”
The fourth step, the success of their own to download a fire to try.
30 frames 4K resolution is also possible.
The picture above is a video that uses POTPLAYER to insert frames, and the picture below shows no difference between the two frames.
Look at the decoding effect.
720P isn’t challenging. Look directly at how 4K’s video is on. Hardware speeds up. Before the insertion of frames, the GPU occupancy rate is 29.5, and the CPU occupancy rate is 10%.
After inserting frames, because of the hardware acceleration, 60 frames are decoded with GPU, so the GPU occupancy rate has been improved a lot. After all, the 4K resolution is good. GPU occupancy rate of 61.3, CPU occupancy rate of 13%.
Why do I plug in the 720P test chart, mainly because I don’t see the difference? And that’s the advantage of the AMD Fluid Motion Video – low hardware footprint. Well, here’s the end of the tutorial, and then there’s the silky smooth moment.