MPC Video Decoder causes BSOD on XP with DXVA and Intel GMA500
|Reported by:||snowbird50||Owned by:|
I recently bought an Asus 1201HA with Z520 CPU and Intel GMA 500, and XP SP3 installed, which accelerates (DXVA) MP4 AVC video perfectly using PowerDVD9.
When I installed MPC-HC 1249, and opened any MP4 AVC file I got a BSOD! I have installed both the latest beta 1650 and the earlier 908 and 604 with the same result.
By simply deselecting the internal H264/AVC (DXVA) Transform filter, (which disables DXVA in the internal MPC-Video decoder) the problem goes away. Deselecting the internal H264/AVC (ffmpeg) Transform filter as well (which totally disables the internal MPC-Video decoder) and making the CoreAVC video decoder the highest merit also makes the problem go away, however making the external Gabest MPC-video Decoder the higest merit, the BSOD returns.
Using Zoom with CoreAVC plays the video correctly. Using Zoom with the Gabest MPC-Video Decoder also creates a BSOD.
While others have reported that MPC-HC works correctly with the GMA 500 under W7, I believe this demonstrates a bug in the DXVA support portion of the MPC-Video Decoder when used with the GMA500 on XP.
Before reporting this as an MPC-HC bug and providing the requisite information, I want to verify that this is the correct place to report a "filter" bug. I am willing to work with you to provide what ever info is required to fix this. See bug 233 requesting GMA500 support for more info and attachments.
Change History (17)
comment:4 Changed 6 years ago by tetsuo55
- Cc casimir666 added
- Component changed from MPC_HC_AUDIO_RENDERER to MPC_HC_CODECS
- Keywords unconfirmed added