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Old 20th January 2019, 15:39   #10  |  Link
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x265, with its 2x larger block sizes, actually hits that limit earlier. For 1080p I run two encodes at once on my i9 7900X.
Yes, there's a clear difference between CTU 64 and 32 what comes to parallel processing in the encoder. Of course, if you do extensive processing in Avisynth or better yet, Vapoursynth before feeding data into the encoder, the general utilization level should be higher by default.
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