That is... Very interesting. I'm almost definitely sure it's your graphics card. Unchecking hardware acceleration would in this case fix your problem, but I haven't been able to reliably implement a run-time toggle for it (that's why it's greyed out). The picture controls are greyed out because I haven't implemented them yet (I've only written the GUI front-end, so changing the values does nothing). What might also do the trick is changing the plugin to use double buffering instead of triple buffering. Eyeballing it, it seems like the frames go forward, forward, backward, so taking out the third buffer could work.Draco said:
This isn't software capture. A capture card will capture anything output through the DVI/HDMI port. If there are things you don't want to capture, put them on a different monitor.P4rD0nM3 said:Hey Muf, is it possible to just capture a specific executable for this like the OBS default? Sometimes I don't have to capture my alt-tabs.
Could you try DatapathPlugin-20130316-32R ? I've fixed most of the bugs related to turning hardware acceleration on and off, although switching on the fly while streaming/previewing still results in unpredictable behaviour, so I wouldn't recommend doing that.Draco said:I believe I tried that version before (when I was able to uncheck h/w accel) and it made no difference back then. I forget which version this was though, so if it did anything at all, who knows. :)
Yes, along with YUY2. I hope I can use DXVA-HD to convert the format entirely on the GPU so the buffer won't have to touch system memory.P4rD0nM3 said:Do you have plans of supporting RGB24?
DirectShow Vision Soft. Vision DMA DirectShow x 17% slower 33% slower Vision Soft. 17% faster x 14% slower Vision DMA 33% faster 14% faster x
Strange. It seems to be rendering frames out-of-order. Do you have nvidia? If so, try setting "Maximum pre-rendered frames" to 0 in the nvidia control panel.Draco said:I tried out DatapathPlugin-20130316-32R and no dice, seems to still do the jitter-dance. Toggled H/W Accel on/off and restarted OBS to test each time. Argh. :(
Yes, they work just fine with DirectShow. RGBEasy just offers higher performance.Boildown said:Will these work with directshow in case development ends on the RGBEasy version? The dual-link DVI one intrigues me, but I don't want to fork out for one of these cards if its dependent on RGBEasy which may not be kept up with new developments of the OBS code.
Sounds like somebody made a loss of about $700 :P.Boildown said:Just so you know, I have a Datapath VisionRGB-E1s that I picked up off ebay coming in the mail, so you'll have someone else interested in this plugin and testing it. Price was practically the same as an Avermedia, so I can just sell that and use this if all goes well. Thanks!