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Old Today, 08:43   #24241  |  Link
jmone
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Neither your "FX6_Sample.mp4" (HEVC 4:4:4 but 25fps and low bitrate) or my HEVC UHD HDR 10Bit 444 50fps.mov uses HW Accelerated in either JRiver Media Center or MPC-HCx64 (from your zip file) with LAV set to CUVID. They all drop back to SW Decoding (avcodec) in LAV.

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That's better - thanks but I've asked about ffmpeg -benchmark... test with FX6_Sample.mp4 and (if hardware decoding not work with 50fps but due test with HEVC UHD HDR 10Bit 444 50fps.mov I'm sure Ampere can - may be Turing can't) FX6_Sample_25fps.mp4 - it was at http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...08#post1934308

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What do you think - is it possible to add support of 4:4:4 h265 in LAV Video Decoder via CUVID for nVIDIA's Turing and Ampere owners like jmone and (may be - I don't know exactly) you?
May be its time for adding Dolby-E support https://github.com/FFmpeg/FFmpeg/com...dd7b8fad188add in LAV Audio Decoder I've asked http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...35#post1928735 with Sample Eurovision 2019 Tel Aviv.ts contained Dolby-E audiotrack there?
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He has already said that CUVID is deprecated. Don't expect any updates for it. Plus CUVID does not support exporting HDR metadata, so it is becoming useless.

There is no Dolby-E decoder in FFmpeg yet. Only a parser.
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