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Update 1.12 - Improved HEVC Support & Bug fixes

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ggodin  [developer] Jun 12 @ 10:19pm 
tanker: I reverted the default decoding method back to DXVA (how it used to be) a few hours after release so it’s a different issue than reubanngann. If you are able to play it smoothly with a third party decoder, then select Software as the Decoding option in Virtual Desktop; this will use your third party decoder.
tanker_ Jun 12 @ 6:35pm 
Having identical behavior to reubengann. Major audio/video desync in all HEVC encoded videos, all decoder options reproduce this it seems (unless I'm supposed to close VirtualDesktop in-between selecting a new option?). Saw your comment about downloading the HEVC extension for Win10 and still seems to reprouce the issue even with it installed (haven't tried restarting Windows though since I installed it). Decoding the same videos using MPV (third-party decoder) playback with zero dropped frames.

Sample encoded video specs:
2048x2048 HEVC 29.97FPS
AAC audio encoding, stereo, 48khz
ggodin  [developer] Jun 9 @ 10:23am 
EvidencePlz: Click on the “Get the App” link and this will open the app in the store and say “Launch” if it is already installed.
EvidencePlz Jun 9 @ 9:40am 
is there a way to find out if i already have the hevc video extension installed ?
EvidencePlz May 31 @ 11:38pm 
you are doing god's work, dear dev
ggodin  [developer] Apr 21 @ 9:02pm 
Thanks reubengann for reporting this. I’ll have the stop fixed shortly, I can’t reproduce the desynced audio/video however. What file format are you playing?
reubengann Apr 21 @ 8:44pm 
Seeking in videos now causes desynced audio/video. Program is also locking files even after "stop" is pressed, and the OS can't move/rename them. Neither problem existed in previous version.