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I tried to find samples from the site of microsoft for using DXVA. I found DXVA-HD but it is for windows 7 and I cant find nowhere clearly stated that DXVA-HD can be used under Win10. I have to install it through exe and then a iso. Before going through that I decided to ask first. I found examples of video processing for Windows 10.5... i can't run those, because my Windows is 10.4.. and plus, I don't want to deploy it for the cloud, I need it as a simple exe/dll.
It would be helpful if somebody tells me what should I search on google for in order to use video acceleration with DirectX12, because there are DXVA1, DXVA2, DXVA-HD and lot of other therms and all is a big mess for me. I only need to extract a given frame as RGB and keep it in GPU memory. I am dealing now with Dx12 and I dont want to use Dx11 for video processing because my brain will become a huge mess, and it could be hard(i imagine) to extract the RGB frame to GPU memory with Dx11 and then Dx12 to work with it.

Just point me in some direction, please!

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There is no D3D12-based video hardware acceleration (yet). Your only options are DXVA which are all D3D9-based, or the D3D11 video APIs (ID3D11VideoDevice and family). Alternatively, you can do software decoding of the video and simply upload the result to GPU memory like Bink.

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