UHD rip with NVENC - Info request

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UHD rip with NVENC - Info request

Post by RELEONE1946 » Wed Nov 01, 2017 4:10 am

Hello everyone.
I am a new member.

I have windows 10 to 64 bit, a Gefroce 970 GTX video card, and Mediacoder: version 0.8.49 build 5890 (Premium).

I was going to change the video card, with a 1000 series (Pascal).
Because, my video card is not able to use NVENC and encode to "main10" and 10 bit color.

I wanted to know if with a 1000 series. I could make encoding from UHD source via NVENC, without any problem.
Using the "Main 10" profile, 10 bit colours and also having the ability to keep HDR instructions.

I have read that the 1060 GTX video card has a lower CUDA CORE, but a higher clock than the 970 GTX.
Which of the two parameters is most important to make the rip more quickly?

Thank you.

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Re: UHD rip with NVENC - Info request

Post by flagpole » Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:25 am

I have a 1050 Ti, I'm perfectly willing to perform any tests you want me to.

Though at the moment I'm not exactly sure it's possible to use the main10 profile with NVENC
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Re: UHD rip with NVENC - Info request

Post by Netherland » Sun Dec 03, 2017 2:09 am

I don't think you would get much more improvement with 1060. It's only marginally better than 970, no?

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