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Qsv errors when transcoding on Intel 12th Gen platform


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Ok, thanks.

I'm out of ideas for today. I'll get an Alder Lake system in a few days, then I'll be able to reproduce (hopefully).

There have been huge changes in Intel graphics drivers and middleware with Gen 12. Unfortunately it seems that some are working and some are not.
For reference, what's your CPU model?

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6 hours ago, softworkz said:

There's a report that driver version 3222 would be working:

 

Could you try this version?

Hi, Sorry for the delayed reply, I will try this driver as soon as possibile. 

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visproduction

Error mentioned earlier: [h264_qsv @ 000001702de700c0] Error during encoding: device failed (-17)

This gets several Google search results:
The latest is 

 

Also ffmpeg ticket that is supposidly fixed:
https://trac.ffmpeg.org/ticket/5708

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13 hours ago, visproduction said:

Error mentioned earlier: [h264_qsv @ 000001702de700c0] Error during encoding: device failed (-17)

This gets several Google search results:
The latest is 

 

Also ffmpeg ticket that is supposidly fixed:
https://trac.ffmpeg.org/ticket/5708

This is surely unrelated. 

This conversation is about 12 Gen CPUs. These use a different Media SDK runtime which is not working properly and stable (neither Linux nor Windows).

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15 hours ago, softworkz said:

This conversation is about 12 Gen CPUs. These use a different Media SDK runtime which is not working properly and stable (neither Linux nor Windows).

I thought this was just a Linux issue ?

I've had zero issues running transcoding on a 12th Gen Windows 11 build since day 1 of the 12th Gen release ?

 

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7 minutes ago, rbjtech said:

I've had zero issues running transcoding on a 12th Gen Windows 11 build since day 1 of the 12th Gen release ?

I had thought the same initially, but there seem to be different results as per SKU.

Do you see the same bogus SDK version in your logs?

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5 minutes ago, softworkz said:

I had thought the same initially, but there seem to be different results as per SKU.

Do you see the same bogus SDK version in your logs?

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It appears so yes - but I don't have any issues ?

>>>>>>  Hardware Decoders for hevc
        [X] QuickSync Intel UHD Graphics 770 - D3D11 - H.265 (HEVC)
        [ ] QuickSync Intel UHD Graphics 770 - D3D9 - H.265 (HEVC)
        [ ] DX11VA Intel(R) UHD Graphics 770 - H.265 (HEVC)

>>>>>>  Hardware Encoders for h264
        [X] QuickSync Intel UHD Graphics 770 - D3D11 - H.264 (AVC)
        [ ] QuickSync Intel UHD Graphics 770 - D3D9 - H.264 (AVC)

>>>>>>  Selected Codecs
Decoder QuickSync Intel UHD Graphics 770 - D3D11 - H.265 (HEVC)
        Adapter #0: 'Intel(R) UHD Graphics 770 - D3D11' Id:18048 (Driver: , Vendor: 32902, SDK Version: 1.255)
        Max Bitrate: 234 Mbit/s - Frame Sizes: 16x16...16384x16384 - Width Alignment: 2 - Height Alignment: 2
        Color Formats: NV12, P010 - Bit Depths: 8, 10, 12, 14
        Profiles: Main Profile (Level 6.2), Main 10 Profile (Level 6.2), Main Still Picture (Level 6.2), Range Extension (REXT) (Level 6.2)

Encoder QuickSync Intel UHD Graphics 770 - D3D11 - H.264 (AVC)
        Adapter #0: 'Intel(R) UHD Graphics 770 - D3D11' Id:18048 (Driver: , Vendor: 32902, SDK Version: 1.255)
        Max Bitrate: 234 Mbit/s - Frame Sizes: 32x32...4096x4096 - Width Alignment: 16 - Height Alignment: 16
        Color Formats: NV12 - Bit Depths: 8
        Profiles: Baseline Profile (Level 5.2), Main Profile (Level 5.2), High Profile (Level 5.2)

From the Intel Command Center -

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3 minutes ago, softworkz said:

You have a pretty old driver. That could be a reason as well.

Yep - I've not upgraded it on purpose - as it works, I've never seen the need to introduce possible issues .. ;)

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2 minutes ago, softworkz said:

You have a pretty old driver

Well - "pretty" old in the sense that there have been many versions since then. 1273 must be from January or February 2022. It's not even listed anymore, so I suppose it has been retracted or is it a manufacturer-specific driver...?

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I still have various older drivers (the self contained exe) from intel if you think they may help - 1069 and  1191.   I don't have 1273 for some reason.

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Most interesting would be whether 3222 (reported working) would be working for others as well. Primarily Renyu...
(don't want to ask you to risk your working setup)

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I'm not sure if this is relevant here, but I'm running a 12th gen Intel (i5-12600k) and the latest intel drivers completely break quicksync for me.

 

I've tried both 3222 and 3413, and both lead to qsv disappearing as a transcoding option all together.  Have gone back to 30..1994, which works perfectly.

Just a note to add - I also have a pcie gfx card (amd 5600xt), and use both the onboard intel and amd card to each drive a monitor.

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