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Trevor
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08/05/2020 8:19 pm  

I'm trying to playback a 2160p60 YV12 capture I took with my Elgato 4K60 Pro Mk.1. I'm not sure why the HDDs show no activity. MPC-HC was installed as part of K-Lite 15.4.4.

MPC-HC (Nightly, 64-bit)
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Build information:
Version: 1.9.2.12 (943e342dd)
Compiler: MSVC v19.16.27035
Build date: Apr 5 2020

LAV Filters:
LAV Splitter: 0.74.1.34
LAV Video: 0.74.1.34
LAV Audio: 0.74.1.34
FFmpeg compiler: MinGW-w64 GCC 9.2.0

Operating system:
Name: Windows NT 10.0 (build 18363)
Version: 10.0 (64-bit)

Hardware:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Eight-Core Processor
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER (driver version: 26.21.14.4587)


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Trevor
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09/05/2020 6:00 pm  

I think I figured it out. I switched "DirectShow Video" from madVR to Enhanced Video Rendered (custom presenter).


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Trevor
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10/05/2020 5:06 pm  

Well, I don't know. I did what might have been my first successful 2160p60 RGB capture, but strangely enough I had to switch DirectShow Video back to madVR to get it to play and even then, it wasn’t perfect. However, at 5,008 Mb/s, I don’t think I’ll be doing any more RGB.


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Balázs
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19/05/2020 6:10 pm  

Yes, RGB for 2160p60 can be huge, the raw data is 3840*2160*3*60 bytes if using RGB24, ie. roughly 1,500 MB/s, which is 12 Gb/s, so yes, compressed at 5 Gb/seems about right.


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