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The precursor to the newer DirectShow video renderers, Overlay uses less system resources, and allows for slightly under powered machines to still run a stable video playback. With Overlay you may speed things up, but you may lose the ability to change the Aspect Ratio during video playback and transparency effects used on the OSD.
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The precursor to the newer DirectShow video renderers, Overlay uses less system resources, and allows for slightly under powered machines to still run a stable video playback. With Overlay you may speed things up, but you may lose the ability to change the [[Manual.AspectRatio|Aspect Ratio]] during video playback and transparency effects used on the OSD.
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Here is how the Decoders screen looks on a Windows XP system that has an ATI graphics card - note the VMR9 setting for Video Renderer:

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'''EVR''', a newer video renderer introduced in Windows Vista, with slightly better colour and support for the next version of hardware acceleration (DXVA2) for H.264 etc. It was also made available on Windows XP with >net 3.5, but lacks the hardware acceleration features on XP.

'''VMR9''' stands for Video Mixing Renderer uses Direct3D 9.x to control the display hardware (graphics card).
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'''EVR''', a newer video renderer introduced in Windows Vista, with slightly better colour and support for the next version of hardware acceleration (DXVA2) for H.264 etc. It was also made available on Windows XP with .NET 3.5+, but lacks the hardware acceleration features on XP.

'''VMR9''' stands for Video Mixing Renderer uses Direct3D 9.x to control the display hardware (graphics card). If you're running Windows XP this may be a better choice than VMFR9 for some systems.
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Here is how the Decoders screen looks on a Windows XP system that has an ATI graphics card - note the VMR9 setting for Video Renderer:

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!!! Only use mapped audio decoders during .ts playback
Enabling this option may help stop stuttering audio caused by multiple audio decoders/renderers when playing recordings.
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These options allow you to pick a renderer (software mechanism or physical device) to use for video and audio. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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These options allow you to pick a renderer (software mechanism or physical device) to use for video and audio. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as is. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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These options allow you to set the rendering systems used by NextPVR to play video. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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These options allow you to set the rendering systems used by NextPVR to play video. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as is. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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Set the audio renderer (device) to use from the list. It is recommended to leave this as 'Default', which means it will use whatever the Windows' default audio render.
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Set the audio renderer (device) to use from the list. It is recommended to leave this as 'Default', which means it will use whatever the Windows' default audio renderer is.
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These options allow you to set the rendering systems used by N-PVR to play video. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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These options allow you to set the rendering systems used by NextPVR to play video. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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These options allow you to set the decoder ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codec|codec]]) used by N-PVR to play audio visual content.
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These options allow you to set the decoder ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codec|codec]]) used by NextPVR to play audio visual content.
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'''VMR9''', stands for Video Mixing Renderer uses Direct3D 9.x to control the display hardware (graphics card).

'''VMR7''', is an older version of VMR9.
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'''VMR9''' stands for Video Mixing Renderer uses Direct3D 9.x to control the display hardware (graphics card).

'''VMR7''' is an older version of VMR9.
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This tab contains configuration options related to the playback of audio visual content.
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This tab contains configuration options related to the playback of your audio and visual content.
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These options allow you to pick a render (software mechanism or physical device) to use for video and audio. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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These options allow you to pick a renderer (software mechanism or physical device) to use for video and audio. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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Supported renders are:
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Supported renderers are:
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!!!! EVR
EVR is
a newer video renderer introduced in Windows Vista, with slightly better colour and support for the next version of hardware acceleration (DXVA2) for H.264 etc. It was also made available on Windows XP with >net 3.5, but lacks the hardware acceleration features on XP.

!!!! VMR9
Video Mixing Renderer uses Direct3D 9.x to control the video hardware..

!!!!
VMR7
An older version of VMR9.
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Supported renders are:

'''EVR''',
a newer video renderer introduced in Windows Vista, with slightly better colour and support for the next version of hardware acceleration (DXVA2) for H.264 etc. It was also made available on Windows XP with >net 3.5, but lacks the hardware acceleration features on XP.

'''VMR9''', stands for Video Mixing Renderer uses Direct3D 9.x to control the display hardware (graphics card).

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VMR7''', is an older version of VMR9.
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This tab contains configuration options related to the playback of audio visual content.
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These options allow you to pick a render (software mechanism or physical device) to use for video and audio. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.
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These options allow you to set the rendering systems used by N-PVR to play video. If the default option works for you, itís best to leave as it. If you get error messages or do not see video or hear audio, work your way down the list, or try changing the decoders.

!!!! EVR
EVR is a newer video renderer introduced in Windows Vista, with slightly better colour and support for the next version of hardware acceleration (DXVA2) for H.264 etc. It was also made available on Windows XP with >net 3.5, but lacks the hardware acceleration features on XP.

!!!! VMR9
Video Mixing Renderer uses Direct3D 9.x to control the video hardware..

!!!! VMR7
An older version of VMR9.

!!!! Overlay
The precursor to the newer DirectShow video renderers, Overlay uses less system resources, and allows for slightly under powered machines to still run a stable video playback. With Overlay you may speed things up, but you may lose the ability to change the Aspect Ratio during video playback and transparency effects used on the OSD
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Set the audio renderer (device) to use from the list. It is recommended to leave this as 'Default', which means it will use whatever the Windows' default audio render.
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These options allow you to set the decoder ([[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codec|codec]]) used by N-PVR to play audio visual content.
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Set the decoder to use for MPEG2 Video playback.

!!! H
.264 Video
Set the decoder to use for H.264 Video playback.

!!! MPEG1 Audio
Set the decoder to use for MPEG1 Audioplayback
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Set the decoder to use for AC3 Audio playback.
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Set the decoder to use for E-AC3 Audio playback.
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Set the decoder to use for ACC Audio playback.
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Set the decoder to use for HE-ACC Audio playback.
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!! Renderers
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!!! Video Renderer
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!!! Audio Renderer
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!! Decoders
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!!! MPEG2 Video
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!!! AC3 Audio
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!!! E-AC3 Audio
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!!! ACC Audio
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!!! HE-ACC Audio
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