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Why d3d11 output images are so brightness?




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Intel(R) Media Server Studio 2016 R2 - System Analyzer (64-bit)

The following versions of Media SDK API are supported by platform/driver
[opportunistic detection of MSDK API > 1.19]:

    Version    Target    Supported    Dec    Enc
    1.0    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.0    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.1    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.1    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.2    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.2    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.3    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.3    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.4    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.4    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.5    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.5    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.6    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.6    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.7    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.7    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.8    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.8    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.9    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.9    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.10    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.10    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.11    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.11    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.12    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.12    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.13    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.13    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.14    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.14    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.15    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.15    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.16    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.16    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.17    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.17    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.18    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.18    SW    Yes        X    X
    1.19    HW    Yes        X    X
    1.19    SW    Yes        X    X

Graphics Devices:
    Name                                         Version             State
    Intel(R) HD Graphics 530                  Active
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M                   Active

System info:
    CPU:    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz
    OS:    Microsoft Windows 10 Famille
    Arch:    64 bits

Installed Media SDK packages (be patient...processing takes some time):
    Intel(R) Media SDK 2016 R2

Installed Media SDK DirectShow filters:

Installed Intel Media Foundation Transforms:
    Intel(R) Hardware M-JPEG Decoder MFT : {00C69F81-0524-48C0-A353-4DD9D54F9A6E}
    Intel(R) Hardware VP8 Sync Decoder MFT : {451E3CB7-2622-4BA5-8E1D-44B3C41D0924}
    Intel(R) Hardware VP8 Decoder MFT : {6D856398-834E-4A89-8EE5-071BB3F58BE4}
    Intel(R) Quick Sync Video H.264 Encoder MFT : {4BE8D3C0-0515-4A37-AD55-E4BAE19AF471}
    Intel(R) Hardware H265 Encoder MFT : {BC10864D-2B34-408F-912A-102B1B867B6C}

Concise Description of the Issue: The output image when using d311 is so brightness black are grey and red are so fade.


Look at the attach file to download screenshots.

Here you can download a zip where i decode some frames with d3d9 renderer and d3d11 renderer. One also with the original image without h264 compression. We can see that d3d9 is really close to the original, just a litlle noised due to h264 compression but the d3d11 one is really too much brightness. Black is grey and Colors are fade.

Does anyone have idea why this decoder has problem?


I have an other decoder which used Nvidia GPU card and with d3d11 i have not this problem.


Thanks for your response.


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Hi Paul,

so just to be sure, it seems to me the decoding, but about decode+playback. is that correct?

The problem with Decode+playback can be related to screen settings, so d3d9 is not reflected and enable all the color enhancement assumed to be enabled on platform.