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Old 23rd January 2024, 23:40   #20  |  Link
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Originally Posted by Atak_Snajpera View Post

Are you sure that bottleneck is not in your script?
It looks like encoder is waiting for frames from script.
This looks like a very standard x265 high-core-count encode to me. I've never seen it stay at a steady 100%. I think the valleys in performance correspond with P-frame frequency. Since non-reference b-frames can be encoded in parallel, some sort of variance like that would make sense.
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