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Old 29th August 2006, 16:58   #1  |  Link
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HybridFupp with stats file


I'm wondering if the hybridfupp avsi script version 0.92b addon for avisynth can have something like a stats file generated for the first pass it goes through? Then on the second pass and any other passes after that, it will automatically just use the settings that the stats file recorded instead of having to reanalyze the incoming video and thus speed up encoding greatly.

I know that if it could just read off the stats file for the 2nd time and onwards, then my encoding time for those passes would be speeded up by 3 times.

I'm also aware of the tool "hg avs optimizer" that does just this and writes a modified avisynth script, but it applies a filter to the entire frame, where as if I understand it correctly, hybridfupp applies filters to different parts of the frame depending on the appropriateness of it.

The reason I'm asking is because I'm trying to do 1080p encoding here using x264 built 558 and i'm getting less then 2 fps on a dual core system with 2 GB of ram. So anything that could help would be great. Thanks.

I'm also trying the MT plugin for avisynth for it to use both cores of my dual core system, but don't see much of a speed up either. Here is my script:

# Modify the path so that it finds your decomb dll file #

# Modify the path so that it finds your MPEG2DEC dll file #



# Modify the path so that it finds the d2v file you created using dvd2avi #
#Crop(left, top, -right, -bottom)
Crop(0, 0, -0, -0)

# Assume Top Field
# Assume Bottom Field

# Reduce down to 23.976 fps



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