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Originally Posted by seiyafan View Post
In the hardware device option for copyback, is there any difference between the GPU card and the iGPU in the Intel processor?
It depends on the video decode capabilities of your iGPU and dGPU. Use the one with the broadest format support. For example you could have a modern Intel CPU that could decode HEVC and VP9 but an older - even if powerful for madVR - dGPU that cannot, or the opposite.
You can check the capabilities of each with this tool: http://bluesky23.yukishigure.com/en/DXVAChecker.html

If both GPUs have the same format support, it's best to do some playback tests comparing the CPU/GPU load with each.
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