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Old 19th April 2024, 05:35   #25  |  Link
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More safely use _e.XX builds for SMDegrain. Latest is https://github.com/DTL2020/mvtools/r.../r.2.7.46-e.03 . If it also not work on AVX - the only way is fallback to pinterf' 2.7.45 builds.
Hi DTL,

Another day, another lot of tests to figure out what's going on here...

So I thought I'd do it all on the AVX E5-2697 v2 dual CPU system, cut to the source, (so to speak), and I've uncovered several problems

I was using AVX2 builds of HDRTools & plugins_jpsdr that were causing unexpected problems, so I have revised that situation, and then I tried your latest compile of mvtools,
and I used the AVX DX12 (I have DX installed on this particular PC), and had no issues, tried noDX12, that worked. (any reason why you've done DX variants ?)

Have not got an AVX PC without DX installed, so I can't check that.

So after all that fiddle, I think I've got it sorted, next test is that it behaves itself using the Distributed Encode function from another AVX2 PC (the Ryzen's), in which I will use the DX12 AVX compile.
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