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  • Jerry
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    There are a couple of threads on the forum dealing with this.
    I always go to the starting point. That driver is the one that came with my Asrock Z97 Extreme 6 board. Your original driver is probably the same.
    The Win 10 driver is good as well.

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  • Bassman
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    Thanks Jerry. You are genius. Works fine again after installing your driver.

    How do you know which driver works? Just trial and error testing?

    And what is up with these Quicksync drivers? They are broken as often as they work.

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  • Jerry
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    That is the problem.
    Try this driver For Windows 7 64.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B78...ew?usp=sharing

    If you're using Windows 10 you need to use driver 10.18.10.4252.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B78...ew?usp=sharing
    If the driver keeps getting changed by Windows update download this handy tool to fix that:
    http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...owhide.diagcab
    Last edited by Jerry; 09-13-2015, 10:55 AM.

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  • Bassman
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    I do not know what I am looking at inside the event log...:)

    I have the very latest QS driver updated using the Intel update tool.

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  • Jerry
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    Look at the event log and see if it gives any details.
    What driver version are you using?

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  • Bassman
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    What do you think, should I just move to Edius 8? I was waiting for Windows 10 but I can wait longer for Windows 10.

    Just to make sure, the plugin works with Edius 8?

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  • Bassman
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    I did that as well :) That is what started all of this. I tried a non-QS encode of an hour and a half football game in 1080p60... It stop-errored sometime in the night.

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  • Jerry
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    Back off the OC and see if that makes a difference.
    Last edited by Jerry; 09-11-2015, 11:02 PM.

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  • Bassman
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    I don't know. I have not used it in a while but I now remember realizing it was not working a few months back.

    What is odd is that QS is working inside the AVC plugin, it just stalls during the encode.

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  • Jerry
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    What changed from the last time you had QS working?

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  • Bassman
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    Hey Jerry,

    No, but what installation - AVC plugin or new Intel drivers? Because QS is not working using the Edius internal encoder either.

    I use Microsoft SE.

    And, does the AVC plugin work with Edius 8? If so I might just switch.

    Thanks.

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  • Jerry
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    Tim, was the temp folder cleared and the anti-virus turned off prior to installation?

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  • Claire
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    Originally posted by Bassman View Post
    Can't go to Edius 8 as the plugin is for v7.
    Before installing Edius 8 first make a copy from the Edius 7 plugin folder of the TMPGEncLibraryAVC folder and the file TMPGEncE7AVC.tpi then after installing Edius 8 paste these to the Edius 8 plugin folder.

    That's what I did, works just fine.

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  • Bassman
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    Yes, I should mention that I have had Quicksync working in the past.

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  • THoff
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    Is your on-board video connected to a monitor? You don't have to use it, but it should be plugged into a second input on a monitor so that the on-board video isn't shut off.

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