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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-02-2018, 10:47 PM - Thread Starter
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OK hello folks!

All these "under the hood" technologies - Whether it is CUDA or NVENC - Should these just work automatically when the system is used for a specific task? - eg DVD ripping? - What I'm asking also is do they need to be configured to work?
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So gave winX a download to see how it runs on mine.
Dont have a DVD drive anymore but have a few dvd still stored in ISO rip on a 7800rpm HDD so maybe a bit faster then straight from a DVD but not as fast as from a SSD image.
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There is option to select what encoder to use. Be defult mine had both enabled. Redbox in screen shot.

CPU and GPU 850fps (GPU had cuda load on it and downclocked a profile(2000mhz/11600mhz), CPU only 60% load on 4 cores)
CPU only HEVC 480fps (limited to 8 cores,max they let you set 100% load)
GPU only NVENC 630fps (1080ti OC to 2062mhz 100% load 20% load CPU)
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Those are fast times - Earlier today I had 540 FPS but usually no where near this. What can be done apart from ticking the Intel box hardware encoder. CPU is 4790 K Haswell
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Hi,

Over many discs the general FPS has varied - 230 FPS has been common - So has 250-260 - Or lower - On occasion 300 FPS and once a whopping 540 FPS and a 450 and a 350.

Are some disks quicker than others? - Why would there be blistering performance as a flash in the pan and then average performance most of the time?

Is there something I could do to tinker the system? - or is it just pot luck? - CPU is 4790 K so is quite potent ish with HD4600 and stock cooler (currently) - Any help here appreciated especially if there is additional performance to be had - thanks
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Type of disk would make a difference, Since a single layer disk is going to rip faster then a duel layer since its got less it needs to read off the disk.
You can rule of speed of disk by ripping the dvd to a iso on your HDD first then convert the ISO to mp4.

Also the content of the video would make a difference. Lots of slow motion is easier to encode then lots of high pace scenes.


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Ah so you say if I create ISO then this is quicker - I'll try this sometime

I did have some steady 350 FPS today - Using the Asus Z97-AR 4790 K inside the tuning utility which seemed to make a difference but more needs learning about the BIOS.

The DVD's are just the single layer 4.7 GB disks while the HDD is hybrid SSD / mechanical Seagate which I thought was 5400 rpm but literature suggests it is 7200 rpm

Also tried the i7 3930 K and only 140 FPS - Sandy Bridge E - Surely better is available -Any how if a better cooler is used more boost could be obtained.

When I wrote this query the CPU was around 15% but after a tweak (experimental) the CPU useage was up to 23%+ - So better cooler, more mhz on the CPU and more CPU useage in the resource monitor.

Better results today overall - Made no sense for 2 core 4 thread to be nearly as fast
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OK time for an update on this situation. The creators of WIN X, Avangate, state all the technologies on their website that are used for decode/encode DVD's etc.....both AMD and nVidia technologies are mentioned but it appears AMD Radeon won't work with this software for hardware acceleration.

So I tried again last night on 3770 K with a nVidia GTX 1050 Ti - The results were impressive - 300 -400-500 fps so was evident hardware acceleration was working.

On Haswell CPU's QSV (quick sync video)_works with Intel iGPU and usually gets 200+ fps which is not too bad but with nVidia card the differences are great.]]

At some point I'll try handbrake
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