Problem with 1080p/720p videos

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Problem with 1080p/720p videos

Post by michael007 on Fri Oct 19, 2018 4:40 pm

Hello,

Not sure yet if this is a codec problem.
I have a older pc with Windows 10 pro, E6400 core2duo, with a Nvidia GTX-260 with K-Lite Mega v1453.

When I play 1080 videos (sometimes with 720p too) on youtube or a gaming streaming site, the video freezes and audio continues.
Maybe this has something to do with hardware acceleration??

When I play some 1080 videos with MPC (with H/W), the frame rate drops and audio is 3 seconds out of sync.
This happens also when I use a link to stream in MPC.

Any ideas?
Thanks!
Michael

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Re: Problem with 1080p/720p videos

Post by Admin on Sat Oct 20, 2018 6:57 pm

Use DXVA2 native instead of DXVA2 copyback (if you aren't already). Not much else you can do on such an old system.

Playback on your web browser uses the video decoder from Microsoft. The settings from the codec pack do not have effect on it.

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Re: Problem with 1080p/720p videos

Post by michael007 on Sun Oct 21, 2018 12:12 pm

Admin wrote:Use DXVA2 native instead of DXVA2 copyback (if you aren't already). Not much else you can do on such an old system.

Playback on your web browser uses the video decoder from Microsoft. The settings from the codec pack do not have effect on it.

Thanks!
I was afraid for that answer. DXVA2 is enabled indeed.
Need to buy a new system haha!

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Re: Problem with 1080p/720p videos

Post by Admin on Sun Oct 21, 2018 3:40 pm

There is one setting for the driver that might help:
NVIDIA control panel > Manage 3D settings > Global Settings > Power Management Mode > Select "Adaptive" (instead of the default "Optimal")

Very old drivers don't have this setting, but I think the latest one for your card has it. If you use the default driver that was installed automatically by Windows, then you could also try manually installing latest driver from NVIDIA website. That sometimes also helps to solve problems.

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