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DXVA 2.0 Hardware Decode for Intel UHD Graphics 770

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Under all categories of DXVA 2.0 Hardware Decode at the advanced tab for Intel UHD Graphics 770 I see "Supported Yes", but No against all resolutions. This seems illogical to me. Am I missing some setting to better detect capabilities?

TIA

DXVA 2.0 Video Decode
Supported Yes

AV1 Profile 0 (main)
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No

H.264 variable-length, no film grain
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No

HEVC Main 10 profile
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No

HEVC Main profile
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No

MPEG-2 variable-length
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No

VC-1 variable-length 2010
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No

VP9 profile 0
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No

VP9 profile 2 10-bit
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Supported Yes
480p No
720p No
1080p No
4K No
 

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Interesting.. let me try to reproduce
 

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Interesting.. let me try to reproduce
Thanks.

It looks like an issue with Alder Lake. I see the same profiles with Iris® Xe Graphics in a NUC12WSHV5, but not in a NUC11TNH (Tiger Canyon) also running Iris® Xe Graphics, where all profiles show Yes against all resolutions.

All cases with Windows 11 Pro 23H2 fully patched. Original post Intel UHD Graphics 770 in system running Intel Core i7 12700K.
 

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I have absolutely the same problem as raymondjpg has. My CPU is Core i5 12500 (Alder Lake), with Intel UHD 770, Windows 11, 23H2, build 22631.3155 (current on 2024-02-25), Motherboard is ASUS Prime z690-P. I have tried to install a lot of drivers, from ASUS (all of them are pretty outdated, but WHQL verified) and just from Intel. The same result. All drivers were reinstalled with DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller).
It causes the real problem with mp4 decoding - video player sticks for first 1-4 seconds. This is especially noticeable in short videos. All videos (including downloaded reference examples) were tested on another PC with ancient intel CPU and graphics - no issues. And the same behavior (video sticks) on "Windows->Settings->Apps>Video playback" tab (built-in player), i.e. it's global problem. Neither specific driver, nor specific player causes this problem. I also tried to change monitor to another one using two new video cables (HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.4). Clean windows installation occurred useless. The problem did not disappear. Any suggestions would be appreciated
 

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The decoder works perfectly, I often encode with qsv and there are no problems.
I think the problem is with GPU-Z. As you can see, what is "NO" in GPU-Z is "Yes" in DXVA Checker.

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I have absolutely the same problem as raymondjpg has. My CPU is Core i5 12500 (Alder Lake), with Intel UHD 770, Windows 11, 23H2, build 22631.3155 (current on 2024-02-25), Motherboard is ASUS Prime z690-P. I have tried to install a lot of drivers, from ASUS (all of them are pretty outdated, but WHQL verified) and just from Intel. The same result. All drivers were reinstalled with DDU (Display Driver Uninstaller).
It causes the real problem with mp4 decoding - video player sticks for first 1-4 seconds. This is especially noticeable in short videos. All videos (including downloaded reference examples) were tested on another PC with ancient intel CPU and graphics - no issues. And the same behavior (video sticks) on "Windows->Settings->Apps>Video playback" tab (built-in player), i.e. it's global problem. Neither specific driver, nor specific player causes this problem. I also tried to change monitor to another one using two new video cables (HDMI 2.0 and DP 1.4). Clean windows installation occurred useless. The problem did not disappear. Any suggestions would be appreciated
maybe install some "Codec Pack" like back days ago & try to change player, I think VLC has so much embedded codecs that shouldn't have any issues with anything you throw in to it.
 

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Thanks everyone for your response! Especially Gica for his screenshots. I was able to reproduce what was depicted on them. As for other players, yes, VLC really does not have any delay at the beginning of playback, just as Windows Media Player Legacy does not have it. So the problem is GPU-Z – it doesn't read the data correctly. The second problem is Windows Media Player. VLC has its own built-in codecs and does not use external ones.
Thank you for your valuable time and advice!
 

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Thanks for reporting, this will be fixed in next release
 
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