nvdec setup failed 483 for hevc

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  1. micropone

    micropone Young grasshopper

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    nvdec setup failed 483 for hevc error in logs..

    dell i7 6700
    36tb raid 4 bay qnap
    nvidia nvs 510
    windows 10
    not open to the internet..
    13 cameras all poe


    new system running nvidia nvs 510 updated drivers etc. using nvidia cuda in the cameras menu and each camera hardware accelerated decode all using cuda and gpu 1 (which is the nvs 510 card not the intel)
     

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  2. eroji

    eroji n3wb

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    Getting the same thing. I'm using GT 1030 with latest nVidia driver. Both H264 and H265 are giving the same error using 8 Hikvision DS-2CD2185FWD-I. There has to be more people experiencing issues.
     
  3. micropone

    micropone Young grasshopper

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    i guess not eroji
     
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    Burratha n3wb

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    I *did* have it, but after fiddling a bit with the drivers (latest) and settings, I don't seem to get the error any more.

    Main App Settings
    Cameras Tab - Hardware accelerated decode (restart) set to "Nvidia CUDA"

    Camera Settings
    Video Tab
    Hardware Accelerated Decode: Default
    Limit decoding unless required (ticked)
    GPU - any

    I'm writing to the disk (continuously) and alerting on trigger
    File format: Blue Iris DVR (BVR)
    Video compression : Re-encode with settings (Encoder H264 - H.264/MPEG-4 AVC) 80% quality, AAC Audio, (Use Nvidia CUDA hardware acceleration ticked), GPU (any)

    CPU is about 10-12%
    intel XEON X5660 @ 2.80 Ghz
    12GB RAM
    Windows 10 Pro

    hope this helps?
     
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  5. bp2008

    bp2008 Staff Member

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    Hard to say if that card even supports NVDEC since it isn't in the support matrix. Based on its product page it may support H.264 decoding but not H.265.
     
  6. bp2008

    bp2008 Staff Member

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    @Burratha You must have some very important camera overlays for it to be worth re-encoding the video.