mirkosp wrote:The_TEKnician wrote:13fps
Boy, you haven't seen anything yet...
BasharOfTheAges wrote:13fps is amazingly fast. Complain when it takes your system 4 days to process the source for a single video.
EvaFan wrote:Split your source into sections and render two or more different avs files of the sections according to how many cores your computer has if you don't want to try an MT version of avisynth. In that speed test I did, offloading the denoising to a decent enough video card increased the performance by about 300% alone.
Thats pretty damn cool, dude! I have a quad core i7, too! If I weren't as lazy as I'm making myself out to be, I'd definitely use that plugin.mirkosp wrote:About multithreading, a way to multithread in avisynth that is actually stable and safe for quality and doesn't require different builds:
Works by giving each filter its own thread, so depending on which filters, the order they are used in, and how many there are, the benefits could be minimal or actually perceivable.
Mister Hatt wrote:mfw people talking about 4 days to do most of a series of content. I remember when it would take more than that for 20 minutes of footage and raws were 35GB
Zarxrax wrote:Mister Hatt wrote:mfw people talking about 4 days to do most of a series of content. I remember when it would take more than that for 20 minutes of footage and raws were 35GB
Encoding uphill, both ways, in the snow, amirite?
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