Devil May Cry 5 (DMC) Cutscenes Lag, Stuttering And Audio Out Of Sync Fix

One of the most anticipated titles of 2019 has finally launched. It is clear by now that Capcom’s Devil May Cry 5 is winning hearts all over the globe. This game is easily one of the top contenders for the Game Of The Year title. The extremely fluid combat system combined with next gen graphics that Devil May Cry 5 features is proving to be very fruitful.

Even though, Capcom has done a very good job in optimizing Devil May Cry 5, some players are still facing some performance issues here and there. Fortunately, most of the issues regarding fps drops, lag and stuttering can be easily fixed with some small tweaks. But there are some issues that require special attention.

A lot of players have been reporting lately that they are witnessing lag, stuttering and out of sync audio issues during the cutscenes of Devil May Cry 5. Even people with high end hardware are facing this issue. Here is how you can fix cutscenes lag, stuttering and out of sync audio issues in Devil May Cry 5:

Devil May Cry 5 (DMC) Cutscenes Lag, Stuttering And Audio Out Of Sync Fix

Method 1

How To Fix Cutscenes Lag And Stuttering In Devil May Cry 5 Step #1

  • Go to the folder where you have installed Devil May Cry 5

How To Fix Cutscenes Lag And Stuttering In Devil May Cry 5 Step #2

  • There you will notice a .ini file called dmc5config.ini, open it

How To Fix Cutscenes Lag And Stuttering In Devil May Cry 5 Step #3

  • Make changes to the following lines:
    Replace ‘Capability=DirectX12‘ with ‘Capability=DirectX11
    Replace ‘TargetPlatform=DirectX12‘ with ‘TargetPlatform=DirectX11

How To Fix Cutscenes Lag And Stuttering In Devil May Cry 5 Step #4

  • Click on Save

Method 2

You can also try tweaking the graphics settings in order to eliminate the lag and stuttering. Here are the best graphics settings for Devil May Cry 5 to fix the lag, stuttering and audio out of sync during cutscenes:

Go to Options > PC Options > Graphics

[Note: We have tested Devil Cry 5 with the following settings on i3 8100 and Nvidia GTX 1050 ti. And it runs perfectly]

Frame Rate : 60

V-sync : On [Note: Turning V-sync on has completely eliminated the lag and stuttering during cutscenes for a lot of players]

Rendering Method : Normal

Resolution Scaling : 100%

Texture Quality : Medium

Texture Filtering Quality : Medium

Mesh Quality : Medium

Anti-aliasing : TAA

Motion Blur : Variable

Effects Quality : Low

Shadow Quality : Medium

Shadow Cache : On [Keep it On always]

Ambient Occlusion Type : SSAO (Variable)

Bloom : On

Lens Flare : On

Volumetric Light Quality : Low

Screen Space Reflections : Variable

Subsurface Scattering : Variable

Chromatic Aberration : Off

You are good to go!

 

 

 

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