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Old 3rd October 2022, 19:52   #1  |  Link
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High Quality vs Highest Quality?

I'm just after opinions on what people use to encode to main movie? High Quality is alot quicker that Highest (very slow) and I was thinking of just going for the High Quality for time saving. Any feedback would be much appreciated
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I almost always use automatic quality setting
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Highest here, and most important: I did never regret that decision
watching reencoded 50GB -> 25GB content years later on upgraded monitors TFT FHD 40" -> OLED UHD 55"...
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Highest here, and most important: I did never regret that decision
watching reencoded 50GB -> 25GB content years later on upgraded monitors TFT FHD 40" -> OLED UHD 55"...

Do you go main movie only or full back-up? Also, how long on average does it take using 'highest'?
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Full Backup.

Time effort depends on BD size and CPU/GPUs used.
Different CPUs here, on a i7-4960X it was fine to me already,
so I did not watch the encoding times too close.
I just give what quality asks for.

A more recent system for H.264 BD-ROM 40GB -> BD-R 25GB

DGDecNV RTX3080 -> x264 i9-11900K
Pass 1 208..170fps
Pass 2 42..28fps

The same system for H.265 Archive backup

DGDecNV RTX3080 -> x265 i9-11900K
Pass 1 15..9fps

NVEnc on RTX3080 is sinfully fast, too fast for me ;-)
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Full Backup.

Time effort depends on BD size and CPU/GPUs used.
Different CPUs here, on a i7-4960X it was fine to me already,
so I did not watch the encoding times too close.
I just give what quality asks for.

A more recent system for H.264 BD-ROM 40GB -> BD-R 25GB

DGDecNV RTX3080 -> x264 i9-11900K
Pass 1 208..170fps
Pass 2 42..28fps

The same system for H.265 Archive backup

DGDecNV RTX3080 -> x265 i9-11900K
Pass 1 15..9fps

NVEnc on RTX3080 is sinfully fast, too fast for me ;-)
Hi, is DGdecNV using the GPU? What's the quality like as I'm currently using integrated graphics on an 19 12900k.
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