Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Astyanax, May 20, 2020.
which games, some just aren't going to be sharpened anymore because of how they work.
HDR is still messed up with those when playing movies with MPC-HC and MadVR set to auto switch to HDR.
Dragon Ball Z Kakarot,Ys VIII Lacrimosa of Dana,Tokyo Xanadu eX+ and many others,I don't know how they work, but Image sharpening in all games worked very well in 442.xx drivers,now some games not working in new drivers.
I watched HDR content yesterday with madvr, there was some stuttering when the player was kept in windowed mode but after transitioning to full screen the video played fine.
HDR also looked fine quality wise.
After closing the player, the screen went back to SDR mode automatically as expected.
It didn't for me, the behavior was the same as the previous insider release. My monitor switched to HDR as soon as I launched an HDR movie but the movie still looked as if I was playing an HDR movie without activating HDR in Windows or my monitor hadn't switched to HDR. Player windowed or full screen didn't matter.
I reverted back to the 445.98, which play HDR fine when the player goes to full screen.
you probably have the player set wrong.
Thanks, I didn't know. I'll reinstall them later to try.
edit: nvm still the same issue even if I set the compositor to 8bits, madvr starts HDR in windowed mode in 10 bits. I tried to force 8bits in the madvr settings, but it didn't do anything.
Did you check "Use NVIDIA color settings"?
You need 10 bit output:
Set 10bit under MadVR native display bitdepth as well, make MadVR pass-through the HDR metadata to the display.
no you don't, the madvr fullscreen switch controls the desktop depth automatically and is the preferred way to move to 10bpp, nvidia's controls are invasive and cause issues.
@X7007 how did you have your madvr/mpchc setup?
looking at that, you have Menu's and stuff enabled for fullscreen mode, You can't have any sort of GUI enabled, it prevents madvr going into directflip
you're forcing the display to RGB btw, HDR content is 4:2:0 or 4:2:2 at best.
I set this settings in Madvr to 10 bits, I set to 8 bits in the screenshot to see if it changed anything but it didn't. With my compositor/Nvidia color settings set to default 8 bits, Madvr should show NV HDR 8 bits RGB FULL, yet it shows that it's in 10 bits. Would have been easier to fix if MadVR didn't remove the method selection to use to switch to HDR. I'd have switched to OS HDR to auto switch to HDR instead of using the NV HDR mode.
You mean the color settings in the Nvidia panel? It's always set to "let other applications control color settings"
The menu were for the screenshot. It doesn't matter, menu or not it's still the same issue.
I reverted back to the 445.98 once again, not gonna try to waste time to fix an issue that seem to be related to madvr and not the drivers. HDR worked fine when I used the OS HDR mode switching to HDR in windows settings or played HDR games. Thanks for the help guys.
Dumb question but since this is a zip file how would I install it?
Went back to 445.98 as R451 coming out soon, 450.99 is stable but i wait for the final build.
Unzip it then look inside the driver folder where it say setup.exe
I tried but said installation failed or cannot continue rather
Does the INF support earlier builds of Windows 10 just in case you aren't using the new builds for Windows 10 20H1 or the number itself which would be 19041.208 as of the latest cumulative and if it does not then maybe that is why it stops.
EDIT: Stuff like this for example.
So build 18362 or higher but nothing earlier for that example.
(Which I believe would be 19H1 or the current main Windows 10 build until 20H1 here comes out fully instead of just insider channels or manual installs via installation media.)
%NVIDIA_A% = NVIDIA_Devices,NTamd64.10.0,NTamd64.10.0...14310,NTamd64.10.0,NTamd64.10.0...16299,NTamd64.10.0...17134
Well that answers that then.
So either some other error or a mix of the standard driver and trying to install the DCH driver which I believe isn't normally supported unless the setup software removes the standard driver first and then proceeds.
EDIT: Without a error message or other log info it's kinda hard to just estimate what might be failing here.
Could also try to go via the device manager and install through the INF but that would skip the other software the setup utility would be handling I'd imagine.
(Or a complete driver cleanup first but that's rarely ever required other than for specific troubleshooting.)
Hmmm I think I'm just going to wait for the new nvidia driver and windows version since it's only a few days away
If a user toggles on the Hardware-accelerated GPU Scheduling setting, the NVIDIA display driver will accept the users request however this feature is not officially supported with NVIDIA display driver 450.99. Official support will come with an upcoming Game Ready Driver update.
After testing If you do a clean install of 450.82 then upgrade to 450.99 Hardware-accelerated GPU Scheduling works but clean install of 450.99 Hardware-accelerated GPU Scheduling uncheck when i reboot but upgrading from 450.82 to 450.99 it stay check.