I got a error that told d3d was removed when I using hardware decoder/post processing/hardware encoder to process high definition videos in some ATI/NVidia platform. Is there anybody can tell me why it happens and how to resolve this issue?
- Moved by Jesse Jiang Friday, November 09, 2012 6:20 AM (From:Building Windows Store apps with C++ )
Yes, it says the device has been removed. Sometimes the TDR error message will pop up , ,some time the driver will crash and show blue screen.
But when I use MediaTranscoder class and open Hardware transcoding, the error never shows up. When I use source reader + video processor + sink writer and enable Hardware MFT, The error will happen frequently. My question is: it's a driver bug or some parameter I set are wrong?
- Edited by Hans567 Wednesday, November 07, 2012 5:07 AM
In this forum, we are talking about the Windows Store App in Windows 8.
I think your question is not based on Windows 8, I will move this one to off-topic.
For the Direct X question. Please ask help in this forum.
Jesse Jiang [MSFT]
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