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How to test the samples?

Li__Desmond
Beginner
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Greetings from a beginner programmer, I've downloaded the samples and the codes are able to build and compile. As I've clicked the application (e.g sample_decode.exe), the console exits itself.

I wonder how I could test the samples where I've found the ones in "_bin/content" folder.

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Mihail_P_
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Run them from the console window (cmd.exe for example) You will see the output of the samples there.

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Li__Desmond
Beginner
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Thanks. As I've input the parameters based on the examples from ReadMe PDFs (e.g sample_encode.exe h264 -i input.yuv -o output.h264 -w 720 -h 480 -hw

Errors showed up in the command prompt with:

[ERROR], sts=MFX_ERR_UNKNOWN(-1), CEncodingPipeline::GetFreeTask, m_TaskPool.SynchronizeFirstTask failed at src\pipeline_encode.cpp:1516

[ERROR], sts=MFX_ERR_UNKNOWN(-1), CEncodingPipeline::Run, m_pmfxENC->EncodeFrameAsync failed at src\pipeline_encode.cpp:1851

[ERROR], sts=MFX_ERR_UNKNOWN(-1), wmain, pPipeline->Run failed at src\sample_encode.cpp:1072

Frame number: 0

Encoding fps: -0

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