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how to enable intel quick sync

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by PraPRApRA, Aug 22, 2014.

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  1. PraPRApRA

    PraPRApRA Thread Starter

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    hey,

    i have been trying to enable intel quick sync for "action mirillis" gaming recorder for mp4, since there is no original and 1080p option available for me in that tab, i have tried enabling it through bios but there was no change still..any advices..??
    thanks lot
     

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    Typical cause for something being greyed out is that it's not supported. Most likely, your hardware does not meet the hardware requirements.
     
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    WoW... this took a while for me to figure it out, my "video controller" in device manager was standing on thinking mark had to "scan hardware changes" for it.. i got i7 4770k so it is compatible with it.....still creepy tho cause when i tried to update the driver it wont find any updates
     
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    Don't "scan" or use "auto update". Manually download and install the drivers.
     
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    when i tried to search for these updates through "device manager" it wont find anything...it wanted me to download these drivers manually instead searching for the right one for me
     
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