SmoothVideo Project (SVP) 4.6.272

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SVP, or SmoothVideo Project, aims to improve the visual experience of watching videos on a computer by increasing the frame rate from the standard 24 frames per second to 60 frames per second or higher.

This can make the video appear smoother and more lifelike, with less motion blur and stuttering.

SVP is designed to work in real-time, meaning that the video is processed as it is being played, and it can be used with any video player that supports video playback on a computer.

SVP enhances the performance of your video player by increasing the frame rate of the video.

It works by generating additional intermediate frames between the original ones, resulting in a smoother animation and reducing motion blur.

SVP is not a media player itself, but rather a tool that works in the background to improve the performance of your preferred video player. It is designed to be user-friendly, with a simple GUI and an icon in the system tray.

Once you install SVP on your computer, you are also deploying other useful components, such as SVP Manager and core plugins: Avisynth, ffdShow, LAV Filters, Haali, madVR, VCRedist, ReClock, the MPC-HC video player and SVPtube – a small app for watching YouTube videos.

SVP has several key features that help to improve the video playback experience on a computer:

- Frame rate conversion: SVP can increase the frame rate of a video up to 60, 120 or even 144 frames per second, which can make the animation appear smoother and more lifelike.
- NVIDIA Optical Flow support: SVP can use NVIDIA's Optical Flow technology, also known as DLSS3, to improve the quality of the interpolated frames.
- RIFE neural network interpolation: SVP uses a neural network to generate additional frames, which can result in a higher-quality interpolation than traditional methods.
- NVIDIA TensorRT support: SVP can use NVIDIA's TensorRT technology to accelerate the neural network interpolation, which can improve performance on a computer with an NVIDIA GPU.
- Support for multiple video players: SVP can be used with most video players, including popular ones such as Plex and VLC.
- 4K and HDR support: SVP can process videos in 4K and HDR (High Dynamic Range) format, which can result in a more immersive visual experience.
- VR and BD3D support: SVP can be used to improve the video playback in VR (Virtual Reality) and BD3D (Blu-ray 3D) format in selected players.
- Play, convert and stream: SVP can be used to play, convert and stream videos in real-time.
- Regular updates: SVP is regularly updated to add new features and improve performance.
- Android video player: SVP also has an Android video player which can play videos with increased frame rate on android devices.

Overall, SVP is designed to provide a better video viewing experience by increasing the frame rate and using advanced technologies to improve the quality of the video.

Changes to SmoothVideo Project (SVP) 4.6:

- improved RIFE/TensortRT support
- fixed wrong CPU load monitoring, especially in Windows 11
- fixed “Vapoursynth Filter” usage in some video players (e.g. ProgDVB)
- run VLC with OpenGL renderer supporting HDR
- adjusted for recent mpv 0.37 changes
- fixed NVIDIA Optical Flow (NVOF) low quality on GF 3xxx/4xxx series
- Windows: fixed blinking when playing Dolby Vision content (needs MPC Video Renderer)
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Reviews & Comments
SmoothVideo Project (SVP) 3.1.4
on 13 March 2013
I am really amazed by how smooth my films are playing right now. Tried most common video formats and they all seem to work very well.

Recommended codec pack imo.