[QUOTE=rosariorose9;2554770]I know that there was a discussion of the CUDA issue earlier, but I can’t find it - so, please excuse me if this has already been asked and answered.
Anyway, I’m now encountering this problem for the first time when using Ripper. I get a message that “CUDA cpu accelleration for video encoding enabled”, and the program then crashes - giving me the message: “A Vidia graphics driver CUDA causes a crash problem.”
The driver for my N Vidia (GeForce 310) is up to date. Any solution??[/QUOTE]
If you have DirectX 10 or DirectX 11 you can use the DXVA setting which you’ll find works just as good as the CUDA.
“[B]D[/B]irect[B]X[/B] [B]V[/B]ideo [B]A[/B]cceleration” is a Microsoft API that runs on NVIDIAâ€™s current CUDA architecture in Windows VISTA(DirectX10), Windows 7(DirectX11) and Xbox 360 platforms that allows video decoding to be hardware accelerated.