win2000, on Oct 11 2008, 07:04 AM, said:
Hi, I tried it.
This Application wouldn't display partial completely.
Umm.... I think DXVA look like working...but ?
How does this software display when the computer unsuported DXVA with XP ?
on my pc is the same - its work (buth on windows xp the window is little different) the window shows that you have DXVA support by drivers, but you must have DXVA supported directshow codecs like "CyberLink 264 Decoder Filter" and if you drag'n'drop some H264 video file ovet the window, the program show to you if you have DXVA supported directshow codecs installed. its eazy to check with CLVsd.ax (copy from cyberlink powerdvd 7 or 8, and install from run "rundll32.exe CLVSD.ax,DllRegisterServer") then download:
SAMSUNG 1080i PURE HDTV HDV Demo
unrar and drop file over DXVA checker's window
the file is MPEG2_C encoded
if you dont have any DXVA there is no lines in the window...
This post has been edited by pr0fessor: 19 October 2008 - 05:53 AM