Hi Natasha, Thank you for your comments and sorry for my late reply. In the mean time I’ve been testing with a clean install of windows 10 (only TrendMicro installed) and the latest Intel driver (188.8.131.5205). I also (re)installed Webview2, as you suggested.
Unfortunately I’m still encountering the issue. After startup of the player the first couple of layouts are rendering fine, but after a few minutes things will be rendered uncomplete. Mostly images, video (and backgounds) are rendered ok, but text widgets are not.
We’re so pleased with Xibo and all it’s possibilities (connecting to Sharepoint and MS SQL gives a world of opportunities ) but this issue spoils the fun .
I’m suprised that there’s not al lot of other users having this issue!?
Are there any further steps I can take to debug this problem? Hope you can help once more!
Yes, updated everything there was to update (as far as I know). Ran the Dell maintenance app and installed all recommended updates and the more (beta driver etc).
Could you check the exact processor model in your NUC’s; I’m curious
Thanks for opening this issue (I created this ticket).
For others, there is a workaround available, however!! graphic isn’t smooth anymore, so running movies or other animation things, you will notice a stutter, but other things are working. All you have to do is Disabling hardware acceleration in the Windows* registry.
Still having issues with this topic. Intel claims the latest drivers have fixed the issue, but we are still seeing text disappearing after a movie has played. We have tried disabling HW acceleration as a workaround, but then the movies play slow and also become unusable. Any further updates on this?
The issue is with the dot net Framework and Intel’s drivers, there’s nothing we can do to influence them fixing that. The article you have linked has reports from users where the problem is solved in a specific driver version and then broken again in a later driver release, so I’d try using the specific driver that they mention.