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Old 18th June 2019, 23:40   #23541  |  Link
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A question about mixing to stereo, is it better to let lav audio decoder do the mixing or mpc-be's sound processing?
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@Asmodian:

"May". I won't guarantee that all decoder chips made by all GPU vendors do. I have only limited experience with some Nvidia chipsets, they don't mind.
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GOP size should be pretty irrelevant for any DXVA decoders, since it doesn't even get told about such things. The only thing hat matters is number of reference frames, dimension, and sticking to a supported profile.
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