Build 763 - display showing multiple repeated images simultaneously

Paul Webster

New member
build763-multi-image.jpg

The video preview window is showing the same image multiple times in black and white.
Source in this case in a .ts of H.264 recording from BBC Four but happening with other recordings that worked fine with earlier VideoReDo builds.

This particular one:
Mux type : TS Stream
TS mux rate : 10.141 Mbps
Video: Encoding : H.264
VideoStreamID : xC9
Frame rate : 25.00 fps
Encoding size : 1920 x 1080
Aspect ratio : 16:9
Header bit rate : 25.000 Mbps
VBV buffer : 572 KBytes
Profile : High/4.0
Progressive : Progressive
Chroma : 4:2:0
Entropy mode : CABAC
Bit rate : 5.210 Mbps
Audio Stream: 1 (Primary) Codec : AAC
Format : LATM/LOAS
Channels : 2.0
Language : eng
PID : xCA
PES Stream Id : xC1
Sampling rate : 48000
Subtitle: 1-1 Type : DVB Subpic
PID : 0xCB
Language : eng
Page : 1



Installed and rebooted (in case of DLL in memory issues) but still happens.

Windows 10 Home
Version 1709
OS Build 16299.248
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
1) What graphics card do you have?

2) Go to Tools>Options>Playback, what is the value of the video driver and the acceleration checkbox?

3) If acceleration is checked, then switch to VMR9 or if already VMR9 set to EVR.

4) You can also try un-checking acceleration. One of these combinations will work.

PS. Build 763 is no longer beta, you can post your questions in the regular TVSuite V5 forum.
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
Glad it's resolved. EVR is the preferred driver for Win 10, however there appears to be some issue with the Radeon driver and EVR.

Can you do me a favor? Switch back to EVR and uncheck acceleration and see if that works correctly?
 

Paul Webster

New member
Yes - switching back to EVR and turning of acceleration also works.

Which is likely to give me the best (fastest I guess) when scrolling through content (manually searching for ads)?
 

Danr

Administrator
Staff member
I think anything with acceleration would be slightly faster, or there are circumstances where we temporarily disable acceleration such as when rotating a video or displaying captions. On a reasonably quick system I don't think you'll notice the difference especially at HD resolutions or below. Maybe at 4K.
 
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