Software: Win7 64 bit
Hardware : Intel HD Graphics HD 3000 (as part of i7 2630QM), latest Intel drivers
+ Nvidia GT 540M, Forceware 280.26
No problems with the 11.1 release (there were similar issues with 11.1 beta, but they didn't show up in the release version).
Youtube video rendered by 11.2 via Nvidia
Same video rendered via Intel's adapter, no issues.
This particular video presents artifacts in 720p, but NOT in 480p. Generally, most videos will have artifacts.
What version of Flash Player 11.2 do you have installed? We are investigating the issue now, but if you are not using the latest pre-release build can you try the one posted today: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer11-2.html.
Yes, I've installed beta 2 (auto-updated, 188.8.131.52), and the screenshots taken are from beta 2 plugin in IE9 x64, but the same happens in Firefox x86 and Nightly x64, as well as in IE9x86. The issue was present in beta 1 but when I saw the same in beta 2 I decided to report it.
When the video is expanded to fullscreen, the artifacting disappears and the issue is gone.
I switched adapters by explicitly running the browser through one or the other adapter, as Optimus allows you to. Nvidia being active was also confirmed by Optimus tools.
I have a desktop Nvidia where it is the sole graphics card in the system but I won't have access to that until Friday, then I'll check.
Ryan Morales wrote:
Thanks for investigating further on your desktop configuration. Would you be able to open a bug for tracking purposes here?
Your link does not lead anywhere. When you update it, I will. There is a bug form I can fill in, right?
my reproductions were performed on dailymotion, and the green lines and video miscolouration only occured outside of full screen.
also sometimes the video's were not affected, while others were.
negative, its the resolution actually.
any content thats 720 or a multiple/divisor of will have green lines in windowed mode.
the DailyMotion video's are 360p, though the main site's player is unaffected
youtube 360 and 240p content are also affected