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  • CPU/GPU Loss of Cuda Support

    I have lost the support for cuda after version 10.0.2.0 tried the latest version 10.0.2.1 and still lost the cuda option only gives me software. I am running a Geforce GTX 550 Ti with driver 335.23 any help would be great. Thanks

  • #2
    Same thing here only with a 980ti
    DVDFab 10.0.2.1
    Drive 378.49

    ----- process working ------
    0m 00.08s: opening drive D
    0m 00.08s: opened i/o
    0m 00.09s: got media type 15
    0m 01.15s: got max lba 18789055
    0m 02.07s: got disc type 20
    0m 02.08s: type Blu-ray BDMV
    0m 02.09s: volume label MECHANIC_RESURRECTION
    0m 02.11s: bd set region A
    0m 02.12s: internal path D:/BDMV/
    0m 02.40s: aacs 1 bd+ 0
    0m 04.90s: got bdmv
    0m 04.92s: got agid 0
    0m 04.97s: sent host cert chal
    0m 04.98s: got drive cert chal
    0m 04.99s: BEC 1
    0m 04.99s: DRIVE_VENDOR 0x0073
    0m 05.05s: got drive key
    0m 05.58s: got host key signature
    0m 05.58s: verified drive signature
    0m 05.58s: verified host signature
    0m 05.64s: sent host signature and key point
    0m 05.65s: got bus key
    0m 06.65s: got volume id
    0m 06.66s: got volume id mac
    0m 06.67s: volume id is correct
    0m 06.68s: got vid
    0m 08.16s: blu-ray B9C7CA6B6F639E37ADD0B9C0A31B68511A0A0001
    0m 08.82s: cert BEE=0x00 same
    0m 09.06s: D C7FC7737
    0m 09.11s: main playlist 00000.mpls
    0m 09.12s: selected region A
    0m 09.13s: bd set region A
    0m 09.13s: got vuk
    0m 09.64s: got unit key 1
    0m 10.18s: Get BluPathData and RRdata
    0m 13.38s: StealthyClone with BluPath
    0m 17.02s: got bdmv
    0m 20.10s: got extended bdinfo
    0m 20.11s: opened blu-ray
    0m 20.12s: info: create config(bluray2video)
    0m 20.13s: info: crop value after clone: left = 0 right= 0 top=138 bottom=136 enable=1 mode=1
    0m 20.13s: info: use profile(M2TS.Default)
    0m 20.14s: info: bluray playlist(0),angle(0),chapter(1->8),BDAV(no)
    0m 20.14s: info: 3D working_mode(disable), 3D format(sbs_lef_right)
    0m 20.23s: info: stream input@ Video(4113)[codec(h264) size(1920*1080) fps(24000/1001) interlace(0) duration(5917)sec opcode(compress)]
    0m 20.25s: info: perset file config OK !
    0m 20.26s: info: set output video frame_rate(24000/1001)
    0m 20.27s: info: recommand= 33562680, Shrink support= 1, enable= 1, cuda_cap= 1 , cpu_count= 8
    0m 20.27s: info: vdecode hevc= 0, h264= 1, vc1= 1, mpeg2= 1, vencode h264= 6, hevc= 6 , plat = 5
    0m 20.28s: info: stream output Video(4113)[codec(h264) size(1920*808) fps(24000/1001) interlace(0) bitrate(5580) duration(5917)sec]
    0m 20.29s: info: stream input@ Audio(4352)[codec(truehd) channels(6) sample(48000) bitrate(640000) bitdepth(24) opcode(compress)]
    0m 20.30s: info: stream output Audio(4352)[codec(ac3) channels(6) sample(48000) bitrate(448000) bitdepth(16) opcode(compress)]
    0m 20.30s: info: stream input@ SubPicture(4608)[codec(pgssub) language(English) opcode(render)]
    0m 20.31s: info: SubMode(Render) -- Display Only forced Subtitle(true)
    2m 51.42s: UILog:MsgWork:WorkStatus_Start
    0m 20.40s: CUDA GPU acceleration for video decoding enabled
    0m 20.53s: --- connect filter failed(module_vdecode_cuda_new query_failed module_vdecode_cuda_new init_decoder_failed) ---

    2m 51.67s: ------------------ convert work finished ------------------
    2m 52.68s: UILog: MsgWork:current work finish: 3
    2m 56.65s: UILog: Run Work to end.
    2m 56.66s: DriveX msg: remove media in driveX D.
    2m 57.16s: Source manager: open source flag:1,1,1,1,1
    3m 18.26s: Source manager: open source flag:1,0,1,1,1
    3m 35.49s: Exit process: stop running.
    3m 35.49s: Exit process: preview pfn_releaseplayer end
    3m 35.51s: Exit process: preview pfn_deinit end
    3m 35.51s: Exit process: preview FreeLibrary end
    3m 35.52s: Exit process: finish MainUI.
    3m 35.52s: Exit process: finish FreePref.
    3m 35.54s: Exit process: finish AVEditWrap Release.
    Last edited by CBR929; 02-11-2017, 03:18 PM.

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    • #3
      There are some issues with driver compatibility for some of the older chipsets like the 550, your driver may be one of those. I have a 570 with the 348.9 driver that works great with DVDFab (full CUDA support), download it from nvidia and try it. Check here: http://www.geforce.com/drivers You should also read this post for a summary of hardware acceleration in DVDFab: http://forum.dvdfab.cn/showpost.php?...36&postcount=1
      Tips for Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum........User Manual for DVDFab v10 (pdf)..........Cinavia Removal FAQ
      Converting Expiring Licenses to Lifetime..............DVDFab Movie Server FAQ......................BDFix FAQ
      Customized Output Filenames in Ripper...............MetaInfo FAQ........................................DRM Removal FAQ
      DVDFab License Activation..................................Making P-ISO FAQ.................................Hardware Acceleration FAQ

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      • #4
        I tried several different Nvidia drivers including 348.9 and none were able to restore Cuda. I reinstalled 10.0.1.8 Beta and my Cuda options were available.

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        • #5
          The support for the older chipsets or drivers under Win 10 was dropped or broken in DVDFab beginning around v10.0.1.9 or ...2.0, I do not know if this was due to a change from Microsoft, Nvidia or internal conflicts in DVDFab. Still works fine for earlier Windows versions. I am checking to see if there may be updates for this in the future.
          Tips for Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum........User Manual for DVDFab v10 (pdf)..........Cinavia Removal FAQ
          Converting Expiring Licenses to Lifetime..............DVDFab Movie Server FAQ......................BDFix FAQ
          Customized Output Filenames in Ripper...............MetaInfo FAQ........................................DRM Removal FAQ
          DVDFab License Activation..................................Making P-ISO FAQ.................................Hardware Acceleration FAQ

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          • #6
            Thanks for checking.....

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            • #7
              The problem is with WIn10, a M$ update may correct it; if not, the DVDFab devs will look at it. There have been problems like this off and on since the earliest releases of Win10.
              Tips for Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum........User Manual for DVDFab v10 (pdf)..........Cinavia Removal FAQ
              Converting Expiring Licenses to Lifetime..............DVDFab Movie Server FAQ......................BDFix FAQ
              Customized Output Filenames in Ripper...............MetaInfo FAQ........................................DRM Removal FAQ
              DVDFab License Activation..................................Making P-ISO FAQ.................................Hardware Acceleration FAQ

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              • #8
                I have good CUDA support with GTX980 and 378.49 Windows 10 Pro.
                How to post the internal log


                Things should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
                Albert Einstein

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                • #9
                  ?? This is what I was told. It may vary with the precise version or update level on a particular platform. It is working flawlessly for me on Win7. Problem is with older nvidia chipsets I think. 980 may be OK.
                  Tips for Supplying DVDFab Logs in the Forum........User Manual for DVDFab v10 (pdf)..........Cinavia Removal FAQ
                  Converting Expiring Licenses to Lifetime..............DVDFab Movie Server FAQ......................BDFix FAQ
                  Customized Output Filenames in Ripper...............MetaInfo FAQ........................................DRM Removal FAQ
                  DVDFab License Activation..................................Making P-ISO FAQ.................................Hardware Acceleration FAQ

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                  • #10
                    The OP reported on a 980ti that's what prompted me to check on my 980. I guess they are more different than I thought?
                    How to post the internal log


                    Things should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
                    Albert Einstein

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                    • #11
                      Hi Hooded,

                      Please post the FabCheck log file, thanks!

                      And also the report from GPU-Z.

                      Wilson
                      Please post your logs the default location is:
                      For DVDFab9_Win7 & Win8 C:\Users\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab9\Log
                      For DVDFab10_Win7 & Win8 C:\Users\User Name\My Documents\DVDFab10\Log
                      For Mac: /User/User name/Documents/DVDFab10/Log
                      Please use attachment button and attach your most recent, Internal log and post right here.
                      If it's the burning issue, please also attach burn log.

                      Thanks!

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                      • #12
                        Here is my GPU and dvdfabcheck files,

                        Having the same issue
                        Attached Files

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                        • #13
                          Why don't you enable PhysX acceleration on the card. May not help but sure won't hurt anything.
                          How to post the internal log


                          Things should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
                          Albert Einstein

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                          • #14
                            Hello guys,

                            so if I understand it in the right way there's no workaround if I haave an 980ti? ...should I go back to a specific version of Nvidia driver AND DVDfab version?

                            Thank you ahead of time for reply!

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