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> problems with car (or just my software?), some problems with my DNTV Live
00dc2
post Apr 9 2005, 05:27 PM
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I bought a DNTV Live card recently and have a few small problems...

I cant get every type of video devoder in the Video Decoder setting section to actually work...

My setup:
XP Professional (SP1)
Athlon64 socket939, 3000+
MSI K8N Neo2 (Bios updated 02/17/3005)
Smedia geforce2MX400 (provided by microsoft)date:1/7/2001,version5.1.2001.0)
DirectX version: 4.09.00.0904 (9.0c)
no overclocking
no bluetooth
disabled CoolnQuiet in Bios
disabled gigaLAN in Bios
disabled Nvidia Mac LAN in Bios
installed PowerDVD6 got trial version today
DNTV Live 1.1.1

Cyberlink:
HD:
dxva: blocky artefacts
softare: perfect
SD:
dxva: perfect
software: perfect

Intervideo:
HD:
dxva: artefacts
software: artefacts
SD:
dxva: perfect
software: perfect

Cyberlink Power DVD6:
HD:
dxva: artefacts
software: stutter
SD:
dxva: perfect
software: perfect

DNTV Live:
HD: stutter
SD: perfect

NVIDIA Video Decoder V4:
Error: "Failed to Create Tuner1 Video Decoder"

Dscaler:
Error: "Failed to Create Tuner1 Video Decoder"

This stutter i am talking about means the frame rate is low for about 3/4 sec then really high for 1/4 sec.. something like that.

It seems like my video card drivers and windows directx are not happy together?
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renura
post Apr 9 2005, 06:07 PM
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DNTV Live:
  HD: stutter
  SD: perfect

NVIDIA Video Decoder V4:
Error: "Failed to Create Tuner1 Video Decoder"

Dscaler:
Error: "Failed to Create Tuner1 Video Decoder"
Assuming that you have a good enough signal, most probably video card related. I am not sure whether that particular card support DxVA, if it does not there is no point enabling it with certain decoders.

Try different video card drivers, ensure refresh rate of display is a multiple of 25Hz (ie 50/75/100 Hz)

The errors indicate that either you don't have the relevant video decoders (ie Nvidia and Dscaler) or they are not registered.

Cheers

Renura


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