thank you for info and help in testing.
splacc16 wrote:No CPU usage until I click "Hide ad".
It is true, because splitcam is in Pause during 30 sec or while you press Hide Ad, Play or choose the other Video source
splacc16 wrote:Then, deckavs.sys thread in "System" process uses max. CPU and video is frozen.
At this time splitcam connects to your camera and tries to receives a video stream with max resolution of your cam. After it splitcam sends that stream to your target software. But CPU cannot process the frames with this resolution and you see max CPU loading.
Your CPU: Core i5, i7 .....?
splacc16 wrote:There is only 640x480 4:3 Resolution now.
This week we finish the next beta copy where you see more resolutions of your cam.
splacc16 wrote:There is only 640x480 4:3 Resolution now. I have to select it again, then the video works and CPU usage is normal.
So 640x480 is a resolution, which CPU can process.
splacc16 wrote:Previous versions of SplitCam were able to scale 720x576 5:4 to 1024x576 16:9 by selecting "Resolution: from source" and "Wide pixel".
Since 7.x version we changed Splitcam engine. Now the program works only with original resolutions of video source. So if your cam has the resolutions: 640x480 and 720x576, then you see those resolutions in Options. We believe it is correct, because splitcam sends the quality video to our SplitCam Video Filter for splitting with minimal CPU loading.
Plus, SplitCam Filter has a possibility to change the original resolution of frame by asking it from the target software (skype, inet browsers and etc). So if your software requires 1280x720 and your original frame is 640x480, then the filter make this resize for it. But before start the filter always offers the software to work with original resolution.
splacc16 wrote:The other problem is that I cannot scale to 16:9 anymore.
In 7.x version wide/squre pixel is used only for resizing video in Splitcam window. That feature does not influence on output stream.
Splitcam window has 512x384 4:3 (square pixel) or size of your monitor for the fullscreen mode. The input stream will be always translated to 4:3 format for that window. This is good for 4:3 input frames but it is not for 16:9 frames. So Wide Pixel allows splitcam to convert 16:9 to 4:3 correct.