does any one know if rx vega work with blu ray using blue ray software like cyberlink? im intrested in gettign a vega and had past experience with rx 480 which at the time did not support blu rays, does anyone know if amd added that type of support
Using Cyberlink Advisor on my workstation, with a R7 1700 and Vega Frontier Edition:
I don't pass UHD Blu Ray requirements with a Ryzen7 and Vega FE - which I find absurd to be honest. The problem isn't as much the GPU as it is the CPU i this case - Cyberlink requires Intel SGX for UHD BluRay, which is available only on some Kaby Lake as far as I know. I don't quite understand why though, would mean dropping support for more than 75% of users. Most likely an issue on Cyberlink side due to not updating their support;
Standard BluRay passes just fine, with the exception that I don't have a BluRay optical drive;
BluRay 3D also passes with the exception that I don't have neither a BluRay unit or a 3D Display.
Hope this helps - please mark as solution if it answers your question.
thank you, i feel like now i can make the switch back to red team knowing the blu ray will work.
I had the same problem with cyberlink so I left a bad review because it's expensive and doesn't have good support like daquteness said. I recently downloaded laewo, it's slow but works great and it's free. Make sure to go to direct site and downloaded safely. Luckily I got a hd copy also but I can definitely tell the difference with the blu ray. Give it a look and let us know if it works for you.
I am using Cyberlink on an AMD A10-6700 APU. It is a Richland core and has the Radeon HD 8670D GPU , running at 800 MHz. The RX480 is 4 times as powerful as the 8670, give or take. I cannot see why it would not work with any version of Cyberlink PowerDVD. I have run PDVD 15,16, and 17 on it without a problem, and played BluRays and HD-DVDs (used different software for that).
I do not use 3D though. I have no desire for it.
I had an hp envy laptop with similar specs and cyberlink worked fine also but they are way biased when it comes to desktops. I got a hdcp compliant monitor and graphics card and a good optical drive and I still didn't meet cyberlink requirements. 4k playback requirements are even worse.
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