My computer is Core i7 6700. with Intel HD Graphics 530 GPU.
I would like try to encode HEVC with hardware encoding.
As I know HEVC hardware encoding will be shipped with graphics driver for Skylake processor.
I installed intel latest graphics driver (18.104.22.16831) but it fail to load HEVC plugin.
Do you have any idea?
Please download and install latest driver(4352) on your machine from this link: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25620/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-7-8-1-10-15-40-6th...
Please download the latest samples and following the description on this thread to run HEVC HW encoding: https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-media-sdk/topic/593838. Let me know if you still see issues.
i have asus ux501 vw with i7 6700hq processor . why my laptop can't play HEVC videos ? my driver are up to date
it is interesting that my smartphone with a not very powerfull cpu plays the HEVC videos
My machine is similar to yours and it is i5-6440HQ with HD530. But the driver version is 22.214.171.12444, this should pretty new in Windows 10. I have no problem to deal with HEVC.
Could you clarify the OS version and driver version?
Also it would be help if you can post the command line you used and error message?
I am not sure if you are a normal user or a developer, in this forum, we are discussing Intel Media SDK for hardware acceleration. I am not sure your comment of "can't play" means.
If you are using a software player from third party, you have to consult with them for support.
If you do use Media SDK to develop software, please post in other post in the forum.