This filter works by providing a new reference clock, locked to the video card hardware clock.
Consequently, frames are rendered at the speed estimated by the video card vertical sync.
ReClock DirectShow Filter can also be considered a frame rate adaptor for media files that do not match the video card refresh rate (for instance, you will be able to play 23,976fps IVTC NTSC on a PAL TV).
Other powerful features of ReClock DirectShow Filter are hardware and software rate adaptation in real time, the multi-channel audio capabilities and the dynamic range compression options.
In order to enjoy the features of ReClock DirectShow Filter, you need to have installed on your computer either PowerDVD
or Arcsoft TMT 3.
Another thing you should know if you want to use ReClock DirectShow Filter is that you must not delete the “ASAudioRenderer_bak.dll” file. It is a backup for “ASAudioRenderer.dll”, necessary for the application’s functioning.
ReClock DirectShow Filter is being constantly improved, and its last versions include support for PowerDVD 16, replacement of default renderer with Windows 10, also prevent possible dll side-load attack during installation and fixed HD DVD playback with ArcSoft TMT & PowerDVD 7. Change (PowerDVD 10 and up): Replaces cladr.ax file.
ReClock DirectShow Filter prevents jerky playback and you simply have to install it in order to improve your video watching experience.
It replaces the DirectSound Audio Renderer, which is the default audio rendering filter used with Microsoft DirectShow.