DXVA Checker 3.1.0

Modern graphics card offer the possibility to decode partially or completely a video stream using DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA), in order to reduce CPU usage dramatically. Some software players like Media Player Classic Home Cinema includes an embedded video decoder that uses this technology, to decode H.264 and VC-1 with hardly any CPU time required. But how to check if your video card support DXVA? The answer is a small freeware utility called DXVA Checker. DXVA Checker will test if your video card support DXVA (DirectX Video Acceleration).

What's new in this version:
No longer check resolution for Decoder Device without alternative name
Fixed can't create D3D11 Decoder Device in Decoder Device Creator
Removed renderer selection menu in DirectShow/MediaFoundation Decoder Check
Fixed might not change DXVA2 Decoder Device in Movie Player
Added support to select output format of decoder in Movie Player
Added original sink filter for decode benchmark (removed unneeded process when disable DXVA)
Added support to set repeat count of benchmark
Added support to change output(blit) resolution of DXVA Processor Device in DXVA processing benchmark
Changed "VMR" and "EVR" to "DXVA Processing" and "VMR Renderless" and "EVR Renderless" to "DXVA Decoding"
Minor changes and fixes

DXVA Checker Screenshot

DXVA Checker Interface

Latest version: 3.1.0 (11 Aug 2014)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7
Download: DXVA_Checker_310.7z (2.8 MB)

See also:
DXMan
Win7DSFilterTweaker
InstalledCodec
Codec Tweak Tool

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