Originally Posted by mariner888
Greetings micksh. Many thanks for testing.
The UVD2 in 5670 could not playback the raw 1920x1080/60p L4.2 Panasonic clip smoothly in DXVA. Did the new UVD3 in 6x cards resolve this issue?
I've also posted a new L4.2 encode of the 1920x2160 top/bottom clip for your kind testing. Best regards.
Description: 1920x2160/60p 2Dto3D Top/bottom L4.2http://www.sendspace.com/file/owupa4
OK. That level 4.2 file worked with DXVA.
DXVA didn't work in MPC-HC and PowerDVD 10 but it worked fine in ffdshow and TMT3.
On HTPC with HD6850 I have Core 2 Duo 3GHz (E8400). CPU usage was
60% - MPC-HC (internal video filters)
100% - PDVD 10
15% - WMP (ffdshow DXVA)
5% - TMT 3
For the previous 2 files (I tried only 2 first) I got the same CPU usage in MPC-HC and PDVD 10 but TMT3 and ffdshow didn't work at all. UPDATE: ffdshow actually worked. It appeared that I need to load some good file to WMP first, then it would play your files. Without DXVA though, 100% CPU usage. If I load your file first, WPM crashes.
I also have Geforce GTS 240 with latest drivers on desktop and I tried these. I don't have any blu-ray player installed but I can tell that none of these files worked in ffdshow and MPC-HC. Just black screen in MPC-HC. The only way I could play these was through VLC Player, with high CPU usage.
PS. Maybe I was wrong about level 5.1 DXVA. It looks like AMD video cards should support AVC profile 5.1. There is probably some limitation on frame size - your files have double frame size.
PS2. On both PCs I have DXVA working fine in every program for every level 4.1 1080p video. Latest stable ffdshow build from December.