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Quote Still waiting for 10-bit support...


With lastest Cyberlink's Video Decoders most of 10-bit h265 4K files are being decoded with hardware acceleration via DXVA2 but free LAV Video Decoder seems to decode almost all available 10-bit h265 4K files.




Too late but good.
Quote This will be finally solved after many conversations with Cyberlink. They finally found the error. And there is a registry workaround until next patch.

Download the file below.

Enjoy!




Thanks, seems fixed after 4 years xD
Quote This is what support said to me. This is crazy!!!!!!



Dear Bogdan,
Thank you for writing back.
We understood that you observed that there are difference between
direct video playback by PowerDVD and launching PowerDVD main program
window.As earlier mention, under current program design,
PowerDVD does NOT alternate Windows operating system's Windows style
setting, but just using PowerDVD custom style setting in PowerDVD main
program Window. PowerDVD does NOT deliver such commands to
alternate the shadow effect for other programs' windows or the whole
Windows style in system. By further checking with engineer team,
PowerDVD cannot reversely modify or control the shadow effect turning
off condition, which is NOT made by PowerDVD, but the operating system
(Windows) alternated it for all other programs at the moment when
PowerDVD main program window was launching.

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"By further checking with engineer team,
PowerDVD cannot reversely modify or control the shadow effect turning
off condition, which is NOT made by PowerDVD"

Really??? I have screenshoots that it DOES turn off shadows. WTF.




You would expect different from those cheapo indian support? laughing

Don't waste your time. I'm using MPC-BE for years since PDVD's support is dead.
Quote I wrote to support and they told me to contact Microsoft. It's not PowerDVD's fault.

Then...

How do you explain...

When I open PowerDVD without movie, the shadows are deactivated.

When I open PowerDVD with a movie, the shadow remains active.

...?!

This will never be solved. I'm amazed about this.


For me, the problem disappears only when I close PowerDVD.
Quote Has anyone figured out how to keep the window shadow activated?

I have PowerDVD 16 and this bug is still not solved.

When I open PowerDVD without movie, the shadows are deactivated.

When I open PowerDVD with a movie, the shadow remains active.

I hate this old and still unsolved visual bug.


Seems Cyberlink doesn't wanna solve it at all yell
Quote: It is supported. Its just via software not full decode in suitable GPUs

Clearly that is going to be something for the UHD 4k bluray release

For Pdvd16 they will just do error fixes as needed for maintenance




Even their software playback is pure garbage compared to ffmpeg yell
Still waiting for 10-bit support...
Still waiting for 10-bit support...
It didn't work.
UIUseHVA is 2 for me.
It's in HKEY_CURRENT_USER under mpc-hc key:

http://i.imgur.com/5JyjafW.png
Quote: ok so i shared my 4k content on DLNA over powerdvd 16 to my samsung UHD 65 inch 4K tv and over network path all my 4k videos playing in perfect quality, so i have a quastion why on my machine powerdvd 16 4k is bad but on my tv over lan all good????
my machine cpu i5 6500 skylake, motherboard gigabyte z170, gpu geforce gtx 4gb, 1tb ssd and 3 tb hdd 7200 rpm


That's different story, please create a new topic.
http://www.anandtech.com/show/9152/futureproofing-htpcs-for-the-4k-era-hdmi-hdcp-and-hevc

GTX960/950
Please add support for HEVC 4K 10-bit with DXVA2 undecided
And still no change in PowerDVD 16 ...
Thanks, seems I have to use the latest version of AnyDVD
It makes no sense, many people will switch to popular Media Player Classic or other players.
Please remove it, even Media Player Classic has no problem.
Your welcome, GTX960 can play up to 120FPS
Use MPC-BE or MPC Video Decoder to play it with DXVA2 native.
For LAV, you have to use DXVA2 copyback.

undecided
Why can't PowerDVD 15 play HEVC 4K 10-bit with DXVA2?

Nvidia GTX 960 fully supports it undecided
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