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Terry Daniels
15 faster encoding
on Nov 24, 2017 at 6:37:46 pm

just got a ryzon 5 cpu
i have heard certain new video cards take advantage of the new 15 encoding engine
can some one give me a list
Thanks


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Terry Daniels
Re: 15 faster encoding
on Nov 24, 2017 at 9:18:29 pm

a bit confusing as im trying just to find out what works and what does not


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John Rofrano
Re: 15 faster encoding
on Nov 25, 2017 at 2:17:42 pm

[Terry Daniels] "...can some one give me a list"
I don't believe such a list exists. Here is the spec sheet from MAGIX:

Supported GPU

NVIDIA
1 GB recommended for 4K — required for Smart Zoom/Smart Scale/Smart adaptive deinterlacing, and GPU-accelerated video processing.
For hardware rendering (NVEnc):
• GeForce 600 series onwards (6xx, 7xx, 9xx, 10xx)
• Quadro Kxxx, Mxxx and Pxxx

AMD/ATI
Requires an OpenCL-enabled GPU and Catalyst driver 11.7 or later with a Radeon HD 57xx or higher GPU. If using a FirePro GPU, FirePro unified driver 8.85 or later is required.

Intel
Intel Skylake or newer processor required for QSV accelerated 8-bit HEVC/AVC decoding and encoding, Intel KabyLake or newer processor required for QSV accelerated 10-bit HEVC encoding and decoding.

Hopefully someone who has done some "real world" testing can add provide anecdotal information (which is what I believe you were asking for).

~jr

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Aaron Star
Re: 15 faster encoding
on Nov 25, 2017 at 7:51:34 pm

There are plenty of other posts, that discuss cards types that people are seeing an NVENC benefit from. I would try one of those, if that is main factor you feel you should choose a GPU by.


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