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I am currently trying to replicate this matter. As soon as I can, I will send you a message with my findings.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Thanks for you patience.
I was trying to replicate this issue with and Intel® HD Graphics 4600 and also Intel® HD Graphics 5000 but I did not get same results.
Computer model: Dell XPS15
Test video drivers 3907
Movie: Transformers Age of Extinction 1080p
Klite MPC-HC 10.7
I also was playing the movie with full screen mode while hitting <F11> key.
That's weird. I have installed drivers 10.18.10.3907. I'm using Windows 8.1 x64. This is what MPC-HC reports:
Version: 1.7.6 (ebc29cf)
Compiler: MSVC 2013 Update 2
Build date: Jul 5 2014 09:16:52
LAV Splitter: 0.62.0.0
LAV Video: 0.62.0.0
LAV Audio: 0.62.0.0
FFmpeg compiler: MinGW-w64 GCC 4.8.3
Name: Windows NT 6.3 (build 9600)
Version: 6.3 (64-bit)
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz
GPU: Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600 (driver version: 184.108.40.20611)
Driver version is wrong there, right? Shouldn't it show 10.18.10.3907?
I updated right now K-Lite Codec MEGA pack to version 10.7.5.
I'm pretty sure this problem started to appear after installing 3907 drivers.
OK, thank you ALLAN, I downloaded the latest MPC-HC version (Nightly 253) and I RESET settings. Now it's fixed. May be I changed something I shouldn't had in the past, but If I did it, I don't remember.
Anyway, I'm still getting the GPU driver version wrong. Should I re-install Intel's latest drivers?
EDIT: OK, I'm sorry, that my nVIDIA's GT 755M's drivers version. It's weird because the report says Intel HD's, not nVIDIA's. Everything is solved, thanks!
I'm glad it has been addressed. That sounds so much better.