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    The newest LAV filters has hardware HEVC decoding support. Which video cards supports it?
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  2. LAV Filters changelogs:

    2bf7d352d2de HEVC DXVA2 support Sep 16, 2014 Hendrik Leppkes <h.leppkes
    so the answer to your question is all video cards with dxva2 support
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    Originally Posted by somespirit View Post
    LAV Filters changelogs:

    2bf7d352d2de HEVC DXVA2 support Sep 16, 2014 Hendrik Leppkes <h.leppkes
    so the answer to your question is all video cards with dxva2 support
    I set the DXVA2 mirror mode in lav filters and later DXVA2 native mode, but there is no difference in CPU usage...
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    The minimum requirements? I thought about choosing Nvidia 750ti or AMD 265 for 4k ?
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  5. Originally Posted by Stears555 View Post
    Originally Posted by somespirit View Post
    LAV Filters changelogs:

    2bf7d352d2de HEVC DXVA2 support Sep 16, 2014 Hendrik Leppkes <h.leppkes
    so the answer to your question is all video cards with dxva2 support
    I set the DXVA2 mirror mode in lav filters and later DXVA2 native mode, but there is no difference in CPU usage...
    you are using Lav Filters 0.62 maybe and in this version no hardware support for h265, wait for next release of lav filters or compile latest source, here is changelogs: https://code.google.com/p/lavfilters/source/list , but some one have to compile the source to have latest changes in use
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    Originally Posted by somespirit View Post
    Originally Posted by Stears555 View Post
    Originally Posted by somespirit View Post
    LAV Filters changelogs:

    2bf7d352d2de HEVC DXVA2 support Sep 16, 2014 Hendrik Leppkes <h.leppkes
    so the answer to your question is all video cards with dxva2 support
    I set the DXVA2 mirror mode in lav filters and later DXVA2 native mode, but there is no difference in CPU usage...
    you are using Lav Filters 0.62 maybe and in this version no hardware support for h265, wait for next release of lav filters or compile latest source, here is changelogs: https://code.google.com/p/lavfilters/source/list , but some one have to compile the source to have latest changes in use

    DXVA or CUVID is the better in NVIDIA cards? It has a HEVC option too. I use this version:

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    bump!
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    Any idea?
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  9. Here: http://tmod.nmm-hd.org/LAVFilters/ is a link with a compiled/moded LAV Filters. HEVC h/w decoding enabled.

    @Stears555: do you compile LAV yourself? Or do you have a link to a compiled version? I'm asking, 'cos the link I use contains a lower than yours version (0.62.0.3324 at the moment).
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    Originally Posted by AllisOne View Post
    Here: http://tmod.nmm-hd.org/LAVFilters/ is a link with a compiled/moded LAV Filters. HEVC h/w decoding enabled.

    @Stears555: do you compile LAV yourself? Or do you have a link to a compiled version? I'm asking, 'cos the link I use contains a lower than yours version (0.62.0.3324 at the moment).
    My Lav filters version is part of the newest Shark ( ADVANCED_Codecs_v477 ) codec pack


    Do you use Cuda or DXVA for Hevc HW decoding?
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    Is it possible that the previous version is better for hevc HW decoding?
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  12. Sorry, but I stopped following (very amateurishly) HEVC decoding development a while ago. But if I have time this evening (I can't promise) I can check up what is happening with HW decoding on my graphic cards.

    The lowest GPU usage I have with Strongene's Lentoid HEVC decoder, but I don't think it uses HW acceleration.
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    Originally Posted by AllisOne View Post
    Sorry, but I stopped following (very amateurishly) HEVC decoding development a while ago. But if I have time this evening (I can't promise) I can check up what is happening with HW decoding on my graphic cards.

    The lowest GPU usage I have with Strongene's Lentoid HEVC decoder, but I don't think it uses HW acceleration.
    Lentoid uses opengl. Did you try the hw hevc decoding with LAV filters?
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  14. Stears555: maybe you'll find something interesting here: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=171219
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