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|0000255||madVR||bug||public||2015-03-01 07:43||2015-03-14 16:52|
|Platform||x86_64||OS||Windows||OS Version||8.1 Update 3|
|Summary||0000255: Renderer does not release increased system timer on unload|
|Description||When madVR is unloaded without closing mpc-hc it does not release its "hold" on the system timer (tick rate). I admit that this is not a very common use case but nevertheless EVR does release it and it's probably just good practice to do so.|
Related doom9 post is here. You recommended I open a ticket. This originally caught my eye because I saw a mpc-hc bug ticket regarding timer resolutions and I couldn't reproduce it with EVR since that does release the higher timer resolution.
 http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1708359#post1708359 [^]
 http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1710039#post1710039 [^]
 https://trac.mpc-hc.org/ticket/5240 [^]
|Steps To Reproduce||Probably unneeded but here they are anyway:|
1. In mpc-hc open a video file which uses the madvr renderer.
2. After it starts playing go to file -> close.
3. Keep mpc-hc open and measure system timer rate with your favorite measuring program such as clockres from sysinternals.
Expected result is that it should not still be increasing the tick rate (i.e. 15.625ms).
Actual result is that it is still increasing the tick rate (i.e. 0.500ms).
Repeat the same test with EVR-CP and the expected result will match the actual case (15.625ms).
|Additional Information||Fix is probably trivial since all it probably needs is a call to NtSetTimerResolution with the SetResolution flag set to FALSE.|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Media Player (with version info)||mpc-hc 188.8.131.52 (cccp 2014-12-25 beta)|
|Splitter (with version info)||LAVSplitter 0.63.0.0 (cccp 2014-12-25 beta)|
|Decoder (with version info)||LAVVideo 0.63.0.0 (cccp 2014-12-25 beta)|
|DXVA2 Scaling Active||no|
|Aero / Desktop Composition||On|
|Problem occurs with mode||all modes|
|GPU Model||GTX 780 Ti|
|GPU Driver Version||347.52|
|In theory I've fixed this. It's kinda hard to test, though, because the media players all set their own timer resolution, and Windows auto resets it when the process closes. So a lot of parties involved which are all tampering with the timer resolution. At least according to my logs madVR now properly restores the timer resolution.|
|2015-03-01 07:43||TheRyuu||New Issue|
|2015-03-14 16:51||madshi||Note Added: 0000760|
|2015-03-14 16:52||madshi||Status||new => closed|
|2015-03-14 16:52||madshi||Assigned To||=> madshi|
|2015-03-14 16:52||madshi||Resolution||open => fixed|
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