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Old 5th January 2021, 23:37   #30281  |  Link
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BD Rebuilder v0.61.19

I have updated the first post of this thread with a link to the latest version of BD Rebuilder (v0.61.19). Changes for this release:
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- Corrected an issue in which attempts to
  encode secondary video with NVENCC would
  result in another encode of the primary
  video stream by incorrect reference. 
- Fixed an issue in which --vpp-deinterlace
  might incorrectly be used in --avs mode
  during NVENCC encodes, causing an encode
  failure.
- Corrected an issue in which setting a 
  FIXED_CRF (with the hidden option) and
  choosing CRF for full backup encoded was
  preventing "keep original video" from
  occurring.
- Added a workaround to an odd error that
  can randomly occur in NVENCC when trying
  to encode a single frame.
- Fixed an issue in which 30fps sources that
  are being inverse telecined my still result
  in a keyint (gop size) of 30.
- Reenabled the MULTIPROCESS hidden option.
  Note: MULTIPROCESS is disabled when the
  NVENCC encoding option is selected.
- Other minor corrections and cosmetic fixes.
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Old 6th January 2021, 09:21   #30282  |  Link
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Thank you very much and happy New Year.
All the best for you and your beloved. Stay healthy,

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Old 6th January 2021, 17:52   #30283  |  Link
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Have you set the following two options?

MIN_M2TS_SIZE=0
MIN_PLAYLIST_MINS=0
I thought I set these in the INI file... looks like I should set it in the config via the app instead... worked as soon as I edited and saved it within the app!

Any option to avoid extracting and remuxing when no re-encode is required or is it necessary to remux regardless? Thanks again and Happy New Year!
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Old 7th January 2021, 00:58   #30284  |  Link
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I thought I set these in the INI file... looks like I should set it in the config via the app instead... worked as soon as I edited and saved it within the app!

Any option to avoid extracting and remuxing when no re-encode is required or is it necessary to remux regardless? Thanks again and Happy New Year!
It becomes a real goat-rope if you try to do it without extracting first. It's much cleaner to have a group of elementary stream that are used to reconstruct it.
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Old 7th January 2021, 04:16   #30285  |  Link
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It becomes a real goat-rope if you try to do it without extracting first. It's much cleaner to have a group of elementary stream that are used to reconstruct it.
Yeah that makes total sense!

One last question, what's the difference between

Full Backup with Edit Mode (Manual Blanking)

vs

Movie & Menus (Auto-Blank Extras) with Edit Mode (Manual Blanking)

Using the Options:

BLANK_THRESHOLD=0
MIN_M2TS_SIZE=0
MIN_PLAYLIST_MINS=0


I found that I get ALL the streams for blanking if I use
Movie & Menus (Auto-Blank Extras)
with Edit Mode (Manual Blanking)

But missing streams using
Full Backup with Edit Mode (Manual Blanking)
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Old 7th January 2021, 10:57   #30286  |  Link
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I would like to test multiprocess on UHD/x265, but only HD/x264 is enable on multiprocess.

How can I enable x265 on multiprocess?
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Old 7th January 2021, 15:50   #30287  |  Link
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I would like to test multiprocess on UHD/x265, but only HD/x264 is enable on multiprocess.

How can I enable x265 on multiprocess?
You can't. It was never supported. I may have a look at it -- but there were good reasons why I didn't implement it originally.
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Old 7th January 2021, 16:22   #30288  |  Link
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With some films with a slightly lower bit rate, the cpu load constantly changes from high to low. Two encoding processes would fix the problem.

I use the preset "High Quality CFR" for uhd on my AMD Threadripper 1950x.
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Old 8th January 2021, 16:29   #30289  |  Link
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I have updated the first post of this thread with a link to the latest version of BD Rebuilder (v0.61.19). Changes for this release:
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- Reenabled the MULTIPROCESS hidden option.
Thank you for MULTIPROCESS coming back. Just running an encode.

@all: DGDecNV users should use build 222 or higher as it massively increased indexing performance. It's running at approx. 300MB/s here where it used to be at around 100 MB/s with previous builds. It's like PacMan eating up the progress bar :-)

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Old 8th January 2021, 16:44   #30290  |  Link
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@all: DGDecNV users should use build 222 or higher as it massively increased indexing performance. It's running at approx. 300MB/s here where it used to be at around 100 MB/s with previous builds. It's like PacMan eating up the progress bar :-)

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Thank you. Glad you like it. Use 223 because it improves demuxing for MKV when you have mechanical hard disks involved (must set option 'Optimize for HDD').
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Thank you. Glad you like it.
Yes, definitely. Thank you very much. I then saw 223 is out, but your binaries area holds the latest version only anyway. Always a good idea to follow the improvements. Keep up the good work, too.

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Old 9th January 2021, 04:59   #30292  |  Link
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DGDecNV users should use build 222 or higher as it massively increased indexing performance.
Huh? The version I am using is 2053 and I downloaded that on 4/26/2019.

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Huh? The version I am using is 2053 and I downloaded that on 4/26/2019.
When running the app, under about it tells you the build number.

I was on 2053 but an older build. I just re-downloaded tonight, and yes 2053 build 223 is faster.
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Huh? The version I am using is 2053 and I downloaded that on 4/26/2019.
Link to the update thread: http://rationalqm.us/board/viewtopic...=463&start=250

Link to DGDecNV: http://rationalqm.us/dgdecnv/dgdecnv.html
That one has a link to the binaries area

Simply redo what you've done on 4/26/2019

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With some films with a slightly lower bit rate, the cpu load constantly changes from high to low. Two encoding processes would fix the problem.

I use the preset "High Quality CFR" for uhd on my AMD Threadripper 1950x.
How about using 2 instances of BDRB (with different output folders), if you want the CPU fully utilized? That way you can get 2 Jobs done at the same time.
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Huh? The version I am using is 2053 and I downloaded that on 4/26/2019.
There is the major build number 2053 and the minor build number called the slipstream number. Why have things seemed to stall at major build 2053? Crackers seem to follow only the major build number.

Subscribe to the Binaries Notification thread and you'll get an email whenever a new slipstream is released. It's definitely worth upgrading to the latest slipstream. Be careful to regenerate your INI file if you are coming from a significantly older version.
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There is the major build number 2053 and the minor build number called the slipstream number. Why have things seemed to stall at major build 2053? Crackers seem to follow only the major build number.

Subscribe to the Binaries Notification thread and you'll get an email whenever a new slipstream is released. It's definitely worth upgrading to the latest slipstream. Be careful to regenerate your INI file if you are coming from a significantly older version.
Hadn't tried DGDecNV on my new GTX-1660, so I thought I'd give it a try for the hell of it and downloaded the newest release. For the particular job I was running it is twice as fast as Directshow/LAV Filters (with CUVID enabled). Nice. Didn't expect that. I got 132fps on an X264 encode compared to a little over 60fps.
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Hadn't tried DGDecNV on my new GTX-1660, so I thought I'd give it a try for the hell of it and downloaded the newest release. For the particular job I was running it is twice as fast as Directshow/LAV Filters (with CUVID enabled). Nice. Didn't expect that. I got 132fps on an X264 encode compared to a little over 60fps.
Yeah I was amazed even with the upgrade over the build of DGDecNV I had downloaded in early December.

Before 223, alt movie MKV with NVEnc with my GTX1660ti/i7-10900k it was taking about 30-35 min per movie. With 223 and Optimize for HDD checked, and the same settings... the 5 movies I did last night took 10-15 min each!
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Old 9th January 2021, 17:25   #30299  |  Link
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Great to hear guys! We're making performance improvements across the board for DG tools. Currently in progress: DGIndex.

Also looking to solve the internationalization issues (non-Unicode code base).
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There is the major build number 2053 and the minor build number called the slipstream number. Why have things seemed to stall at major build 2053? Crackers seem to follow only the major build number.

Subscribe to the Binaries Notification thread and you'll get an email whenever a new slipstream is released. It's definitely worth upgrading to the latest slipstream. Be careful to regenerate your INI file if you are coming from a significantly older version.
In anyone could help in private with build 223, I'll be very gratefull.
Thanks for u're time, kind regards.
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