Sorry that the MFX decode/encode metric is not showing up for you.
Are you trying to view the metric with system analyzer or the HUD? Are you using "analyze application" or using the automatic detection to find the application?
While you are getting back to me about that, I will test a couple things on my end to see if I can reproduce this issue.
We just released a new version of GPA that had some media fixes in it. Could you please try the new version of GPA (2015 R4)?
Let me know if you are still seeing zero!
We found out that this is an issue when rendering with DX11, if you use the DX9 render path you should be able to see metrics. A fix is currently in progress. I'll post back here when the issue has been resolved
Hi Seth, has there been any progress?
as you say, i try it using D3D to decode,but get same reslut.
sample_decode h265 -i 3_CrowdRun_1080p50_speed.h265 -p 33a61c0b4c27454ca8d85dde757c6f8e -hw -d3d -f 60 -wall 2 1 1 0 1 100000
Has this been resolved? I am also seeing this problem and I am running GPA 2016 R1 and Intel Media SDK R2.
sample_decode.exe h264 -i 720p.h264 -o amp.yuv -hw -d3d shows 0.0 % decode usage
sample_decode.exe h264 -i 720p.h264 -o amp.yuv -hw -d3d11 shows 0.0 % decode usage
MFX Engine Usage goes up some percentage but decode is always zero.
Intel(R) HD Graphics 530
Driver Version: 18.104.22.16844
Operating System: Windows* 10 Pro (10.0.10586)
Physical Memory: 16168 MB
Vendor ID: 8086
Device ID: 1912
Device Revision: 06
Video BIOS: 1024.3
Hi Carl, Yiling,
I'm sorry but this has still not been resolved. Engineering is still working on a solution, but let me see what I can do to expedite the process.
Thank you for your patience!