NVENC DECODE

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Gee
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NVENC DECODE

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Its not possible for HandBrake to do ENC and DEC by NVENC? Please make it possible.. Emby can also dec and enc with NVENC. This would be VEEERY nice :D

Woodstock
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Re: NVENC DECODE

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Why do you think it would be nice? The software decode is not that slow that it would be noticeable while doing an encode, and it is MUCH more tolerant of bad sources than hardware decoders.

Gee
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Re: NVENC DECODE

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on 4k hdr IT IS SLOW.. only 30fps and my gpu is only on 10% while transcoding. IT IS a must have feature

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Re: NVENC DECODE

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An Activity Log is required for support requests. Please read How-to get an activity log? for details on how and why this should be provided.

I'm a bit skeptical of 30fps on 4K HDR.

Woodstock
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Re: NVENC DECODE

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I'm confused. What does GPU load have to do with NVENC? NVENC is separate hardware from the GPU, just on the same chip.

And, without a log, we cannot know what filters (which run on the CPU, not NVENC) you are using. There are a LOT of things that affect speed.

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