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0000353madVRbugpublic2015-10-25 02:482018-01-15 14:01
net147 
madshi 
normalcrashalways
assignedopen 
IntelWindows7 64-bit SP1
0.89.12
MPC-HC 1.7.9 846eff0 64-bit
LAV Splitter 0.65.0
LAV Video Decoder 0.65.0.9-git
DXVA2 Native
auto mode
no
On
windowed mode
NVidia
GeForce GTX 760
355.82
0000353: Moving MPC-HC player window from primary to secondary monitor causes playback to stop
If you open a H.264 video, it starts playback on primary monitor. Dragging the player window to the secondary monitor causes the playback to pause for a few seconds or so and then changes to either Stopped or Paused state. Clicking play again causes audio to play for a fraction of a second and then go back to Stopped or Paused state.
See description.
It used to work fine in older MadVR versions - playback would pause for a few seconds or so and then continue.

0.86.11 - ok
0.87.10 - ok
0.87.13 - ok
0.87.14 - ok
0.87.15 - bad
0.87.16 - bad
0.87.21 - bad
0.88.11 - bad
0.89.12 - bad
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Issue History
2015-10-25 02:48net147New Issue
2015-10-25 02:50net147Note Added: 0001218
2015-11-21 15:41lanboostNote Added: 0001236
2016-05-10 21:17Ede_123Note Added: 0001331
2016-05-22 03:15Ede_123Note Added: 0001351
2018-01-14 13:17madshiNote Added: 0002027
2018-01-14 13:17madshiAssigned To => madshi
2018-01-14 13:17madshiStatusnew => feedback
2018-01-14 13:58Ede_123Note Added: 0002029
2018-01-14 14:25madshiNote Added: 0002030
2018-01-15 11:22net147Note Added: 0002125
2018-01-15 11:22net147Statusfeedback => assigned
2018-01-15 14:01madshiNote Added: 0002126

Notes
(0001218)
net147   
2015-10-25 02:50   
I mistyped the media player version. It should be "MPC-HC 1.7.9 846eff0 32-bit" not 64-bit.
(0001236)
lanboost   
2015-11-21 15:41   
Can confirm this is a issue for

Windows 10 x64 (build 10240)

Nvida gtx 960 (358.91)
MPC-HC (1.7.10)
madVR 0.89.17

Doesn't matter what video I watch, freezes and doesn't replay when moving to other monitor
(0001331)
Ede_123   
2016-05-10 21:17   
Same issue here with
 - madVR 0.90.17
 - MPC-HC 1.7.10 (including LAV Video Decoder 0.66.0)
 - Windows 10 x64

When closing MPC-HC or starting a new video after playback got stuck in the mentioned state there's the following madVR report shown for a fraction of a second:
 - creating Direct3D device failed (80070005)

The issue can be worked around by disabling DXVA2 video decoding in LAV Video Decoder (obviously undesirable)
(0001351)
Ede_123   
2016-05-22 03:15   
Possibly related: bug 404
http://bugs.madshi.net/view.php?id=404 [^]
(0002027)
madshi   
2018-01-14 13:17   
Does it happen for all of you only with DXVA2 native video decoding?
(0002029)
Ede_123   
2018-01-14 13:58   
For me it happens with "DXVA2 (native)" mode.
Setting it to "DXVA2 (copy-back)" solves the issue.

My current system information:
 - madVR 0.92.10
 - MPC-HC 1.7.13 (including LAV Video Decoder 0.70.2.1-git)
 - Windows 10 x64
 - Intel(R) HD Graphics 520 (driver version: 22.20.16.4836)
(0002030)
madshi   
2018-01-14 14:25   
How about lanboost and net147?

@Ede, have you tried D3D11 native decoding with a nightly LAV build? Does the same issue occur with that?
(0002125)
net147   
2018-01-15 11:22   
@madshi Works for me using "DXVA2 (copy-back)" instead of "DXVA2 (native)" in "Video decoder" internal filter settings.

madVR 0.92.10
MPC-HC (64-bit) 1.7.13
Windows 7 SP1 64-bit
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760
(0002126)
madshi   
2018-01-15 14:01   
Ok, thanks, so we can probably conclude that the issue only occurs with DXVA Native decoding. Will have to double check that...