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    VLC plugin video output goes to green screen after one or two videos

    Here's what it looks like when it happens: https://youtu.be/vH_L8jHx32E
    Usually I'll start the playlist, let the first video play through and then as soon as the second one starts it goes all green like that.

    NDI Tools 3.7
    VLC 3.0.4 64 bit
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    I'm just an idiot. My graphics card drivers were wildly out of date.

    Edit: I thought that had fixed it but alas no.
    Last edited by TVsVeryOwn; 11-16-2018 at 11:07 AM.

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    Same issue here

    Quote Originally Posted by TVsVeryOwn View Post
    Here's what it looks like when it happens: https://youtu.be/vH_L8jHx32E
    Usually I'll start the playlist, let the first video play through and then as soon as the second one starts it goes all green like that.

    NDI Tools 3.7
    VLC 3.0.4 64 bit
    Windows 10
    I'm seeing the same issue. Did you find a solution?

    It happens every time when VLC is playing the last video in the playlist and I hit "next" (the first video in the playlist starts playing, I can hear the audio, but the screen goes green)

    Also happens when I add URLs from youtube to the playlist. The first YT video plays fine, but the next shows as a green screen. If I press "stop" and "play" again the video plays normally. This is a shame because I wanted to use VLC to play several YT videos in sequence and send the stream to NDI

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    In VLC Player 3.x set the Hardware-acceleration decoding to 'DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA) 2.0' this will fix the green output issue with the NDI plug-in.
    Kane Peterson
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    NewTek, Inc.

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    Fixed !

    Quote Originally Posted by kanep View Post
    In VLC Player 3.x set the Hardware-acceleration decoding to 'DirectX Video Acceleration (DXVA) 2.0' this will fix the green output issue with the NDI plug-in.
    Thank you kanep! that fixed the issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuran View Post
    Thank you kanep! that fixed the issue
    Great to hear.
    Kane Peterson
    Solutions Architect
    NewTek, Inc.

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