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Old 25th May 2020, 23:58   #2281  |  Link
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Originally Posted by Beelzebubu View Post
Dithering should be fine. Does --help include a description for --denoise-noise-level? It might be built without CONFIG_DENOISE (in which case the --help output will be missing also). Otherwise I'm not entirely sure, it has worked fine for me. Does it work on 8-bit material?
well seem work only if you have noise_model.exe in same directory than aomenc.exe ... ?
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Old 26th May 2020, 01:50   #2282  |  Link
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Originally Posted by soresu View Post
Isn't all this pointless when hardly any TVs actually support 12 bit though?
Certainly for the moment, yes. Perhaps 12-bit could become a default with VVC or AV2.
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Old 26th May 2020, 17:42   #2283  |  Link
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Oh man, the new Cortex X1 CPU core has twice the NEON units of the A78 and previous Axx cores.

At 4x 128 bit units that's some real grunt for an off the shelf design, should be noice for encoding.
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