Wow Many Thanks!

If I can code C++ I might do that, but I'm a .Net guy, I let someone else take care of memory for me lol

So in theory, if SVP runs on 64bit and potplayer 64 bit will be able to address more memory?
I've 16gb of ram sitting here dying to see some action.  What would it take to get SVP on 64bit?

I've set to to use "To Pixel" AND num of threads to 15, and it works.

Keeping 19 threads and set to use "To Pixel" Potplayer Crashes.

Lowering to 10threads and set to use "To Pixel" works fine.

From windows Task Manager, I can see Potplayer using ~1gb of ram b4 it crashes.

1. Motion estimation accuracy on the Profile for 1920x1080@24 is set "To half-pixel"
2. yes, Potplayer works fine w/o SVP on the same videos that it crashes with SVP
3. here's the log:

Last processed file parameters:
Filename: MIDD705_HD1.wmv
Frame size and frame rate: 1920x1080 pixels, 30 fps

Detected monitor parameters
Screen size and refresh rate: 1920x1080 pixels, 120.008 Hz

Video smoothing info
Smooth factor: 4:1
Resulting video frame rate: 120 fps

Current detected profile: 1920x1080@24

Profile settings of video processing
[ExMethod=MSmoothFps_ByPixel]    Smoothness improvement: Normal
[ExAlgo=1]            SVP-shader: 1. Simple
[ExMulti=MON]            Framerate change: To screen refresh rate
[ExMiniCount=1:1]        Interpolated frames size: Full size
[ExRad=4p]            Search radius: 4 pixels
[ExSearch=4]            Search type: Hexagon
[ExPel=2]            Motion estimation accuracy: To half-pixel
[ExRecalc=0]            Recalculation of vectors: Do not recalculate
[ExBlockSize=16x16]        Blocks size: 16x16 pixels
[ExOverlap=4]            Blocks overlapping: 0.25 of block
[ExSadml=0]            Bad areas artifacts suppression: Nothing
[ExSadgamma=1]            Bad areas artifacts mask: Normal
[ExBlend=true]            Processing of scene change: Frame blending
[ExDwnResize=0]            Reduce resolution: Do not reduce
[ExConvertFps=false]        Frame blending to screen refresh-rate:false

Settings by menu
[svp_libflowgpu=1]        GPU-acceleration (OpenCL): true
[ExTreads=19]            Number of threads: 19
[Borderlight=0]            Light at black borders: false
[ExStretch=0]            Frame stretch: Do not stretch
[ExCrop=-1]            Cropping: Do not crop
[VDelay=0]            Video delay: 0 ms
[ExDemo=0]            Demonstration mode: false
[ExTearingTest=0]        Tearing test: false
[EFrameDoubling=0]        Emergency framedoubling: false
[StopSmoothDelayOnRewind=1]    Smooth on rewind: Turn off by 1 sec

4. nope, codec packs confuses me tongue

0. Potplayer will crash either showing this error:

Problem signature:
  Problem Event Name:    APPCRASH
  Application Name:    PotPlayerMini.exe
  Application Version:
  Application Timestamp:    4d252720
  Fault Module Name:    KERNELBASE.dll
  Fault Module Version:    6.1.7601.17651
  Fault Module Timestamp:    4e211319
  Exception Code:    e06d7363
  Exception Offset:    0000b9bc
  OS Version:    6.1.7601.
  Locale ID:    1033
  Additional Information 1:    0a9e
  Additional Information 2:    0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
  Additional Information 3:    0a9e
  Additional Information 4:    0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789

or a pop-up error:

Unhandled exception occurred [0xE06D7363@0x7605B9BC] at
Addtional exception information has been stored locally
and this application will be terminated

If I switch player and use Media Player Classic, sometimes it works perfectly (first few times of use after reinstall SVP), but sometimes, it'll only play at 30fps or it'll play for a second or so, then pause for a long time, and may or may not play again (or crash MPC)

0.1 No dice on 24->60 either, same behavior as to screen refresh rate.

Also, I'm on Normal profile, can't use advanced profile on 1080p videos.

I'll check out the guide.  Thanks so much for helping.

(Donated $30bucks, a few beers for the new year  wink )

First of all thanks for making SVP, this software kicks so much ass!

I've a 120hz monitor and I've no problem with SVP watching video up to 720p@24fps boosting frames to 120fps.  However, when playing 1080p@24fps, especially WMV format, I've trouble getting it to run at 120fps.
Is it possible to encode those 1080p video @120fps with SVP?

Or if my hardware powerful enough and since I'm noob in all these video processing stuff (splitter,decoder,etc are all new to me), I messed up with the config or setup?

my hardware spec:
i7 2600k @4300mhz (43X100Mhz)
SLI GTX 570 @780Mhz core clock, 1560Mhz shader clock, 1900Mhz memory clock