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deepakty
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DXVA - 0x887600ff Error returned by IAMVideoAccelerator::Execute()

I am developing Directx Video Acceleration(DXVA 1.0) based AVC Decoder.
I have Intel US15W Embedded Graphics Display adapter. This Display adapter
has Intel GMA 500. I am having Windows XP on my system.

Please correct me If I am wrong that, Intel GMA 500 doesn't support "DXVA_Slice_H264_Short".
I am calling BeginFrame(), sending DxVA buffers using Execute() and then calling EndFrame().
All these fucntion calls return S_OK.

But when I call Execute() to check the status of the frame,by passing "DXVA_Status_H264" buffer,
it returns error code "0x887600ff". Can you please tell me why this error is coming?

Also please let me know, if there any documents provided by Intel for DxVA.
I got hold of "h264_AVC_X4500_Acceration_esardell.pdf". But this is for G45/GM45 chipsets.
Can I use this document for Developing AVC DXVA decoder on GMA 500 chipset also?
Please let me know if any additional information is required. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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Arti_G_Intel
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Quoting - deepakty
I am developing Directx Video Acceleration(DXVA 1.0) based AVC Decoder.
I have Intel US15W Embedded Graphics Display adapter. This Display adapter
has Intel GMA 500. I am having Windows XP on my system.

Please correct me If I am wrong that, Intel GMA 500 doesn't support "DXVA_Slice_H264_Short".
I am calling BeginFrame(), sending DxVA buffers using Execute() and then calling EndFrame().
All these fucntion calls return S_OK.

But when I call Execute() to check the status of the frame,by passing "DXVA_Status_H264" buffer,
it returns error code "0x887600ff". Can you please tell me why this error is coming?

Also please let me know, if there any documents provided by Intel for DxVA.
I got hold of "h264_AVC_X4500_Acceration_esardell.pdf". But this is for G45/GM45 chipsets.
Can I use this document for Developing AVC DXVA decoder on GMA 500 chipset also?
Please let me know if any additional information is required. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Hello deepakty - apologies for the late reply, our forum resource is in transition.

Can you give me the name you see under Display adapters when you run devmgmt.msc?

Regards
Arti
Eric_S_Intel
Employee
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Quoting - deepakty
I am developing Directx Video Acceleration(DXVA 1.0) based AVC Decoder.
I have Intel US15W Embedded Graphics Display adapter. This Display adapter
has Intel GMA 500. I am having Windows XP on my system.

Please correct me If I am wrong that, Intel GMA 500 doesn't support "DXVA_Slice_H264_Short".
I am calling BeginFrame(), sending DxVA buffers using Execute() and then calling EndFrame().
All these fucntion calls return S_OK.

But when I call Execute() to check the status of the frame,by passing "DXVA_Status_H264" buffer,
it returns error code "0x887600ff". Can you please tell me why this error is coming?

Also please let me know, if there any documents provided by Intel for DxVA.
I got hold of "h264_AVC_X4500_Acceration_esardell.pdf". But this is for G45/GM45 chipsets.
Can I use this document for Developing AVC DXVA decoder on GMA 500 chipset also?
Please let me know if any additional information is required. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

Hi deepakty,

Actually, the GMA500 is a bit different then our desktop and mobile IIG parts. It does support DXVA_Slice_H264_Short(). This message was posted a while ago, is this still a problem? Id be happy to assist if it is.

Thanks
Eric


daniel4xt
Beginner
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Hi deepakty,

Actually, the GMA500 is a bit different then our desktop and mobile IIG parts. It does support DXVA_Slice_H264_Short(). This message was posted a while ago, is this still a problem? Id be happy to assist if it is.

Thanks
Eric



daniel4xt
Beginner
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Quoting - daniel4xt
This is a very informative thread. But I'll like to have more information on this subject. At get traffic website I have a similar question asked by a newsletter subscriber.

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