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Old 21st November 2013, 23:11   #261  |  Link
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Minor update FRIM 1.16 is available.
Thank you. Any chance you could implement an option to use software decoding and hardware encoding in FRIMTranscode?
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Old 21st November 2013, 23:23   #262  |  Link
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Anyone know if there's a way to tell FRIM to start encoding from a specific frame number?
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Demux with split option in TsMuxer. The only way I know.
Tsmuxer doesn't support split option when demux is activated.
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Thank you. Any chance you could implement an option to use software decoding and hardware encoding in FRIMTranscode?
1. you can try to use par-file (example):

-sw -i::h264 input.avc -o::sink
-hw -i::source -o::h264 output.avc


2. FRIM was so far compiled on Windows 7 and I didn't have a chance to test it on Intel Graphic card in -hw mode.
In near future I expect to have access to I7 Haswell so I'll check also -hw mode myself and try to figure out what's going on there.
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Old 21st November 2013, 23:25   #264  |  Link
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Tsmuxer doesn't support split option when demux is activated.
Mux with split and Demux it.


FRIMTranscode GUI 1.03(b)

version 1.03(b)
- Add Hardware acceleration option
- Add FRIMTranscode 1.16
- some minors corrections.

Edit: Please re-download it because an option have change (-n become -length)

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Jdobbs, I am just curious how soon one may expect 3D support. Just rough timeline will do for know.
I'm going to be going away for the Thanksgiving holiday starting Friday, so that will delay it. I don't think it will be too terribly difficult (given the fact that FRIM and TSMUXER is carrying most of the load). But since I'll have to do some testing before release, I'd guess mid-December. Maybe earlier if I get a real groove going.
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I'm going to be going away for the Thanksgiving holiday starting Friday, so that will delay it. I don't think it will be too terribly difficult (given the fact that FRIM and TSMUXER is carrying most of the load). But since I'll have to do some testing before release, I'd guess mid-December. Maybe earlier if I get a real groove going.
Thanks in advance for your work !
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I'm going to be going away for the Thanksgiving holiday starting Friday, so that will delay it. I don't think it will be too terribly difficult (given the fact that FRIM and TSMUXER is carrying most of the load). But since I'll have to do some testing before release, I'd guess mid-December. Maybe earlier if I get a real groove going.
ok, thanks for info and have happy thanksgiving and in the mean time I will continue to run test and keep posted if I come across something interesting.
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Old 22nd November 2013, 00:05   #268  |  Link
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version 1.03(b)
- Add Hardware acceleration option
Thank you for this. However, the output is useless if -hw is used for both decode and encode. If you have the time and the inclination, perhaps you could alter the Hardware acceleration is such a way that decoding is done in software and -hw is used for encode only?
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ok, thanks for info and have happy thanksgiving and in the mean time I will continue to run test and keep posted if I come across something interesting.
Just remembered, I'm not leaving until Saturday. So I'll get some of it done tomorrow.
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I seem to get occasional glitches with FRIMTranscode.exe. Has anyone else experienced this? It happens with full length movies, you may not get it with short test clips.
The safest way seems still to be with FRIMDecode / FRIMEncode via pipes.

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1. you can try to use par-file
Wow, this parameter file seems to be working:

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-sw -i::mvc left.264 right.mvc -o::sink
-hw -i::source -o::mvc hw_sink_outcombined.264 -vbr 22000 48000 -profile high -level 4.1 -u 5 -l 6 -cpbsize 3750 -n 500 -gop 24 4 0 O
It reports this while running:

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MFX SOFTWARE Session 0 API ver 1.7 parameters:
Input  video:   AVC
Output video:   to child session
MFX dll:        C:\Users\xxxxxxxxxx\encoders\libmfxsw32.dll

MFX HARDWARE Session 1 API ver 1.7 parameters:
Input  video:   from parent session
Output video:   AVC
MFX dll:        C:\Users\xxxxxxxxxx\encoders\libmfxhw32.dll

Session 0 was NOT joined with other sessions
WARNING: partial acceleration
Session 1 was NOT joined with other sessions
Ohhkay, I should probably have put the "-n 500" on the decoder line...

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-hw -i::source -o::mvc hw_sink_outcombined.264 -vbr 22000 48000 -profile high -level 4.1 -u 5 -l 6 -cpbsize 3750 -n 500 -gop 24 4 0 O
Please note that -n has been renamed to -length ! (which is more self-explanatory - see Release notes )
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Please note that -n has been renamed to -length ! (which is more self-explanatory - see Release notes )
I'm still on FRIMTranscode 1.15 - you're too quick!

Ooh, v1.16 reports more data:

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Session 0:
Media SDK impl          SOFTWARE (C:\Users\xx\encoders\libmfxsw32.dll)
Media SDK version       1.7
Memory type             system

Input  video            AVC
Source picture:
  Resolution            1920x1088
  Crop X,Y,W,H          0,0,1920,1080
Frame rate              23.976

Output video            (to child session)

------------------------------------------------------------
Session 1:
Media SDK impl          HARDWARE (C:\Users\xx\encoders\libmfxhw32.dll)
Media SDK version       1.7
Memory type             d3d

Input  video            (from parent session)

Output video            AVC
Destination picture:
  Resolution            1920x1088
  Crop X,Y,W,H          0,0,1920,1080
Frame rate              23.976
Bitrate control         VBR
  avg,maximum           30000,48000
GOP structure:
  GOP length            24
  I-/P-frame distance   4
  IDR-frame interval    0
  GOP type              Opened
Num of slices           8
Target usage            3
Session 0 was NOT joined with other sessions
WARNING: partial acceleration
Session 1 was NOT joined with other sessions
Nice!

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Old 22nd November 2013, 00:29   #274  |  Link
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I seem to get occasional glitches with FRIMTranscode.exe.
That sounds a wee bit worrying.
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Please note that -n has been renamed to -length ! (which is more self-explanatory - see Release notes )
Is there a way to force i-frames at certain points for chaptering?
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Is still normal?

Code:
Transcoding finished
MFX session 0 transcoding passed
Processing time: 57.71 sec
Number of processed frames: 1000
MFX session 1 transcoding passed
Processing time: 58.42 sec
Number of processed frames: 500
This was with "-length 1000".
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That sounds a wee bit worrying.
Hmmm....... yes. I got it in two cases now (version 1.15 still).
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I seem to get occasional glitches with FRIMTranscode.exe. Has anyone else experienced this? It happens with full length movies, you may not get it with short test clips.
The safest way seems still to be with FRIMDecode / FRIMEncode via pipes.
Only with Stereoscopic Player, not with TMT6.
For me, I think is SP.
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Only with Stereoscopic Player, not with TMT6.
For me, I think is SP.
Ahhh.... so there is hope ....
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Interesting. Using the ::sink solution mentioned earlier, I can use "-level 4.1" and -labrc options together without transcoder errors. Or perhaps that collision was somehow fixed in v1.16.
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