The DXVA Checker will check to see which codecs you have on your computer. This becomes important only when you want to run the latest HEVC standard on your computer. This software DXVA Checker which be able to do this for you. The HEVC is used today for VLC, mpv, MPC-BE, PotPlayer or Kodi and Real Alternative. You will also see the HEVC Video Extension standard for video as well as for pictures.
Much like other encoders and decoders such as the x265 Encoder. There is now a move to better quality video with even smaller size files. The HEVC standard is now sweeping across the video and sound editing field. In order for the DXVA to work you might need to activate your hardware acceleration if you want speed.
You can add this program to your media players preferences and view it from there as it integrates. As an example with VLC player it will integrate under preferences. See the graphic on the side. In the VLC player you can find it after installation in the input/codec tab of the player and you can then choose it from there. This will then allow you to check your compatibility with the new format of sound and video.
Requirements DXVA Checker
- Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Runtime x86 (32bit/64bit Windows)
- Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Runtime x64 (64bit Windows).
- Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
What the DXVA Checker do
The software as you might know and explained before is software tool used to check the compatibility of a computer’s graphics card with DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA). This is meant to improve video playback performance. The software will test your graphics card’s ability to perform hardware-accelerated decoding of H.264 (x265) and VC-1 video formats. It will also determine the suitability of a computer for playing high-definition (HD) video content.