From now on I’ll post latest versions only in the initial post of this thread. With vectors it was faster, but required hardware specific tweaks and was making it slower for others. Unfortunately OpenCL is not mature enough to provide means of automatic performance optimization. I didn’t success to found a link to this driver (and I found two cd iso on bittorent, but I don’t try to get them) … Can someone with Nvidia please test this, it should resolve the ‘code selection failed to select’ issue.

  • See the Wine Application Database for details on individual applications.
  • It will typically be installed by an installer from one of the vendors.
  • If it works, it’s something with the rest of your .bat file setup.
  • If you did then wipe out everything Autotools created.

Today this is still true for Nouveau for most NVIDIA GPUs while on AMDs Radeon GPUs the open driver now mostly matches or exceeds the proprietary driver’s performance. As you know in Mac GPU video encoding are supported by Elemental and video decoding by a shit api which not exposes decoded frames as OpenGL textures or OpenCL image objects.. I have tested OpenCL ocldeviceQuery and fails to search platform ID and is clear the driver doesn’t include opencl.dll nor nvcompiler.dll.. Restore this file from backup only Microsoft-related files will be restored.

1 Unknown Extension Error Message:

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Then the results have to be copied back to the host. It might even become a bottleneck due to Host – Device synchronizing. When OpenCL is faster than the CPU implementation this points to some other issue somewhere. I wont go into details because it would be just wasted. I created some more OpenCL-lookahead/DGDecNV decoding benchmark-spreadsheets in the meantime.

@trougnouf a Thanks, I’ll add that package to the conflicts list, since these two packages really shouldn’t be used at the same time anyway. I have seen many posts talking about freeze while boot, but none relates to this package or I have not found any. While frozen I can switch to a command tty, so I think is something drivers related which brokes the graphical environment but I have no idea what can be incompatible or conflicting. It is also entirely possible that you have an OpenCL-using service that loads on boot and doesn’t allow your machine to reach a desktop. In which case, there’s probably no hope for a working OpenCL on your system until the upstream AMDGPU Pro package is updated to address the issue. I didn’t notice the obvious 30MB reduction in package size, or lack of working PAL driver, since I don’t have the respective hardware.

Qgis 2 18 “the Program Can’t Start Because Qgis_appdll Is Missing From Your Computer”

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I think it may be something with my configuration. But i’ve tried sources files from your git and then I’ve tried with the latest x264 sources, no luck so far… Without knowing what the error actually is I cant really help. Try pasting the failed command into a VS command prompt and read the error message from that as hopefully it should give more detail. If you get an instruction error with release builds you may want to check what processor you are testing on. By default the project compiles with SSE2 requirements so if your processor does not support those then you will need to turn them off.

Guess Microsoft still hasn’t fixed it in latest win 10 update since seems to be known problem for 1511 build… p.s. Didn’t have to do step 4 though since install.wim was already there when I extracted the windows ISO. Similar to a lot of errors that occur with Windows, the failed Opencl.dll could be a result of bugs that are in the system.