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Old 15th September 2018, 19:56   #961  |  Link
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The scripts:
container not specified - no picture
FRIMSource(codec="h265", filename="file_name.m2ts", cache=1, num_frames=240)

container="ts" - error
FRIMSource(codec="h265", filename="file_name.m2ts", cache=1, num_frames=240, container="ts")
So it is only single command FRIMSource() ?
Than it shall work. You have to have something wrong in installation.

Try to check the following:

1. Install FRIM package into single directory, e.g. c:\FRIM
(and remove all other occurrences)
2. Add this directory to PATH
3. set this path into plugins64.reg and load to registry
4. test it first with some h.264 encoded file
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Old 15th September 2018, 20:03   #962  |  Link
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As to "I'm not sure whether you read the first post of this thread
Free H.264 MVC 3D Encoder ..."
Sorry, I've missed the important part.

I've tried it and I would like to ask you some questions about:
(Better if there is a written instruction.)
- VBR - avg, maximum; obviously I can change them. But, working with x264, I prefer Constant QP with control over the maximum bitrate.
- are there other parameters available
- performance - with no more than 38% CPU load I've got 7 fps.

In general, the most information the better.
FRIMencode32.exe -help will show all options (and there are planty od them - you can play with them and find most suitable for you)

Performance: MVC encoding is heavy process, depending on CPU and also disk speed (using SSD will make it a bit faster). It operates with uncompressed video which is 6 MB per frame! If you have i5/i7, you can use -hw mode (install always latest GPU drivers)
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Old 15th September 2018, 20:30   #963  |  Link
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When I've tried x265 with 3840x2160 frames the CPU load was around 100% and the result was 0.7 fps.
I have 6-core 2 CPU @3.33 GHz 48 GB RAM machine, GeForce GTX 1050. Not shure if x265 used GPUs. Probably not.
HDD @150 MBps siquential read/write. I don't do encoding at all. Now, out of curiosity, I'm trying 3D Blu-ray reencode.

As to the FRIMSource() I'm happy with .264, .265 files.
At the beginning, I've used Intel's SDK plug-ins, later - FRIM's.
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Is it possible for you to compile an MVC encoder using x265/244 encoder?
I'm not entirely happy with FRIM Encoder - its performance and parameters.
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Is it possible for you to compile an MVC encoder using x265/244 encoder?
I'm not entirely happy with FRIM Encoder - its performance and parameters.
You are missing the point:
- x265 is HEVC, it has no MVC - even not defined by norm specification
- x264 is only AVC, it has never ever implemented MVC.
- Intel Media SDK it likely the only free MVC encoder...

But you can purchase the professional one - from Sony... enjoy
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