Gom Player by Performance
Friends, as you know, Gom Player, like other programs running under Windows, works equivalent to the hardware performance of your computer. In other words, if you have a computer with good features, you will get better quality images while watching videos, and you can wrap movies faster. If your processor or ram is weak, it will take a little longer for you and sometimes it gets very boring.
According to the performance structure, Gom Player offers the user 2 options while installing:
-For low performance PCs
-For those who want to get high quality yield
If you have a low-performance PC (this means a Pentium 4 3.00 Ghz processor and AMD Athlon 64 3000 2.0 Ghz if we think of it as today)
If you choose the high quality option, you may not see any difference when playing a video with a small pixel size.
But when you play a 720p quality HD video, you will see that this quality returns to you as anti-performance.
For this reason, we encourage GOM Users to choose the appropriate option according to their PC performance when uploading.
in technical language
Let’s try to explain this a little more technically.
Overlay Mixer and VMRD9 (Directx 9) video out outputs, when you open a video on your computer, the video is presented to you through these outputs.
When you select the low performance setting, Overlay Mixer is activated and videos are shown on this channel.
When you select high performance, the VMRD9 channel is activated. You provide a higher quality appearance, but you compromise on performance.
Also, since version 2.1.8 in this last period, there is Output type in Gom Player; Enhanced Video Renderer. I recommend you try this too. An in-between output type that can provide both quality and performance for low-performance PCs.