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Old 27th January 2020, 20:32   #1181  |  Link
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Any chance for a build which does not require SSE2?
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Old 27th January 2020, 20:38   #1182  |  Link
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Being from PAL land I always found that even standard 3:2 NTSC pulldown results in ugly motion judder, it's just that people from NTSC land are so used to it that they don't even notice it any more.
Yeah, but the judder caused by duplicating every fourth frame is noticeably worse than the result of 2:3 pulldown. Being accustomed to the latter doesn't make the former any less annoying.
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Old 27th January 2020, 20:48   #1183  |  Link
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Groucho, you are absolutely correct. Keeping my old hardware I do hardly sacrifice anything, and I keep my carbon dioxide footprint low. Sustainability, repair instead of throwing things into the trash bin...
I don't know much about CO2 emissions caused by the manufacture of TFT screens, but considering the German insistence on burning coal for power generation, the energy savings you would've had by now if you had switched to a TFT panel with a LED backlight 10 years ago would probably have made up for the manufacturing emissions several times over... You could've bought used, too.

Like, yeah, I can absolutely sympathize with repairing things, I do it myself a lot, but come on. Don't pretend this is anything other than obstinacy at this point.

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Old 27th January 2020, 21:22   #1184  |  Link
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Groucho, you are absolutely correct. Keeping my old hardware I do hardly sacrifice anything, and I keep my carbon dioxide footprint low. Sustainability, repair instead of throwing things into the trash bin...
Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't the old hardware (especially old CPU and GPU) need more power to do the same operation that can be done in new hardware? which mean more energy and heat which mean again more carbon dioxide footprint?
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Old 27th January 2020, 21:35   #1185  |  Link
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Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't the old hardware (especially old CPU and GPU) need more power to do the same operation that can be done in new hardware? which mean more energy and heat which mean again more carbon dioxide footprint?
Yes, especially a CRT consumes a lot more power than a modern LCD/LED screen as TheFluff already mentioned.
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Yes, Core and Nehalem burns more coal to run. Nehalem idles at 100w while i7-9700k idles at 40w. When they are loaded they use more electric.
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Yes, Core and Nehalem burns more coal to run. Nehalem idles at 100w while i7-9700k idles at 40w. When they are loaded they use more electric.
manolito uses a P3 Coppermine from around 2000 (130 nm manufacturing process).
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Yes, especially a CRT consumes a lot more power than a modern LCD/LED screen as TheFluff already mentioned.
yes but not like old cpu vs new one, old CRT will need around 100 W but LCD need maybe around 50 W, but if you use some old cpu (non-SSE2) to did some filtering it will use around 100 W for many Hours for whole video, but same filter and video in Modern cpu (even sandy bridge) will be only few minutes with that 100 W
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Old 27th January 2020, 22:55   #1189  |  Link
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yes but not like old cpu vs new one, old CRT will need around 100 W but LCD need maybe around 50 W
It depends, I guess. My old 32 inch Sony CRT used about 130 W, my current Panasonic 42 inch LCD (which is already 7 years old) 35 W.
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manolito uses a P3 Coppermine from around 2000 (130 nm manufacturing process).
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yes but not like old cpu vs new one, old CRT will need around 100 W but LCD need maybe around 50 W, but if you use some old cpu (non-SSE2) to did some filtering it will use around 100 W for many Hours for whole video, but same filter and video in Modern cpu (even sandy bridge) will be only few minutes with that 100 W
Coppermine is a 180 nm processor (wiki). Assuming he has a fast 1 GHz version, he is using 30 W TDP to run a computation that could complete in 1/640th the time* on a modern 8x 5 GHz 95 W processor. In other words, his computer produces 200 times the CO2 emissions of modern equipment. Now, he could upgrade to a 130 nm Tualatin refresh (wiki) and get an amazing 1.4 GHz, in which case it would only be 140 times the CO2 emissions...

*Modern vs archaic: 5x freq * 4x IPC * 4x SIMD * 8x cores = 640x

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Coppermine is a 180 nm processor (wiki).
Ooops, got that mixed up with Tualatin methinks.
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on a modern 8x 5 GHz 95 W processor
Haha! More like 300+ W.

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# LSMASHSource_x86_20200118(HolyWu).dll
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LSMASHVideoSource("...")  # Access Violation, it dont like the ellpisis, [also bad with 1 or 2 dots]
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Who ever would test it without a proper filename ... in the DVD Studio I worked for, long ago, we called this class of tests "janitor tests", because a janitor would have no clue which kind of parameter is sensible. Today it would be called "fuzzing", I believe
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Thanx HolyWu.
Of course '...' filename should never be used, but Access Violations should also never occur.
[I just checked AviSource("...") just to see if same happened, nope, no A.V. all OK].

Ah LigH, reminiscing about his days as a janitor, such a dreamer
[Fuzzing, also User Friendly, or Idiot Proofing(my favourite)]

EDIT: Fuzzing, automated providing of a mixture of random inputs intention to catch problems, [did not know that, not quite Idiot Proofing]:- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuzzing
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https://github.com/HolyWu/L-SMASH-Wo...ks_20200207.7z[*]LWLibav: Restore the functionality of opening index file as source.
Awesome! Thank you!
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  • Update to FFmpeg-20200207-343ccfc.
  • LWLibav: Restore the functionality of opening index file as source.
It's working on MeGUI's One-Click! Testing it out and so far the index file size is waaaay smaller too.

Thanks for including it back.
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  • Update to FFmpeg-20200207-343ccfc.
  • LWLibav: Now only certain frames are marked as interlaced internally when enable repeat control. Although it had no effect on the decoded pictures whether the stream contain repeat flags or not, it did affect the value of frame property _FieldBased in VapourSynth for streams containing repeat flags.
  • LWLibav: Improve the logic of frame rate deduction.
  • LWLibav: Restore the functionality of opening index file as source.
  • AviSynth/LibavSMASH: Fix crash when open an invalid file path.
Thank you for the new version!
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Hi, the same DLL is used for both AviSynth and VapourSynth ? Thank you.
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