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Old 1st November 2012, 21:35   #21  |  Link
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Which I don't understand, why do I need huge amounts of virtual memory if I have huge amounts of RAM. Don't I need more swap space if I have less RAM?

Anyway, I would very much hope that your virtual memory settings don't influence x264 encode speeds. If you are actively using virtual memory during the encode it would be very very slow and with 8 GB you should be fine even if you turn off virtual memory (which I do not recommend).
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Old 2nd November 2012, 00:41   #22  |  Link
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Yes you are right. That question was irrelative to the encoding matter..
Anyway im still trying to understand why my cpu is not working in full potential ever without resizing/deinterlacing.
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does anyone have a working downloadling for the GPU.dll ?
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