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Old 11th June 2021, 11:31   #121  |  Link
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Hi ProWo,

I haven't used this little gem for a little while now, so I have a question...I notice that in "Video Conversion" there is a "Colorspace" option...does this allow a HDR to SDR conversion ??

I have since downloaded the latest beta build, and I am wondering if you could add an nVidia Decoder & Encoder options for those of us that have suitable nVidia GPU's.

http://rationalqm.us/mine.html

https://www.videohelp.com/software/NVEnc
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Old 12th June 2021, 16:14   #122  |  Link
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Hi ProWo,

I haven't used this little gem for a little while now, so I have a question...I notice that in "Video Conversion" there is a "Colorspace" option...does this allow a HDR to SDR conversion ??

I have since downloaded the latest beta build, and I am wondering if you could add an nVidia Decoder & Encoder options for those of us that have suitable nVidia GPU's.

http://rationalqm.us/mine.html

https://www.videohelp.com/software/NVEnc
Belong the colorspace option: No, it isnt for HDR to SDR conversion, but for conversions between HD (g.e. 1280x720) and SD (g.e. 720x480) resolutions.
HDR to SDR conversion is be done by conversion of HDR stream without the check of HDR encoding.

What about Nvenc i'll see what can be done.
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Belong the colorspace option: No, it isnt for HDR to SDR conversion, but for convetsions between HD (g.e. 1280x720) and SD (g.e. 720x480) resolutions.
HDR to SDR conversion is be done by conversion of HDR stream without the check of HDR encoding.

What about Nvenc i'll see what can be done.
Hi ProWo,

Not sure why there are 2 identical posts (might as well delete one).

OK, so thanks for replying, and I did a little test yesterday with HDR to SDR, or your BT 709 option...

I loaded a HDR HEVC movie (Batman), and basically only chose the BT 709 option, and let it go....other than being extremely slow (even with my 12 core CPU), I only let it run for about 10 minutes, and played what it had processed, and it looked pretty good, I checked it with Mediainfo, and it definitely wasn't HDR anymore

If that conversion could be done using nVidia GPU's, that might speed up the process.

Anyway, that's my feedback.

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Old 14th June 2021, 22:32   #124  |  Link
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Hi, Pauly Dunne
Sorry, but for further there will be no support for hardware acceleration.
Too many limitations, many options and filters can't be used, output quality can suffer.
My motto: Better slow, but good quality.

Read also: https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/...e-acceleration

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Hi, Pauly Dunne
Sorry, but for further there will be no support for hardware acceleration.
Too many limitations, many options and filters can't be used, output quality can suffer.
My motto: Better slow, but good quality.

Read also: https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/...e-acceleration
Hi ProWo,

Well, that's sad, but if you don't think it's the way to go, then that's it.

Thankyou for at least looking into for me.

But having said that, since posted my request, I went looking, and found another FFMPEG based app called Axiom....it seems to do a lot.

Have been testing it, seems OK, but like every new thing one tries, requires a steep learning curve.

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June 21, 2021 update to version 2.8.0.
Fixed: Some minor bugs.
Improved: Minor improvements in code and program-flow.
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July 16, 2021 update to version 2.8.1.
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Improved: Pre-processed streams handling (up to 10 streams now), unified color palette.
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July 22, 2021 update to version 2.8.2.
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July 27, 2021 update to version 2.8.3.
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