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Old 16th January 2021, 01:38   #30321  |  Link
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According to Mediainfo, the maximum bitrate with v0.61.19. is limited 30.0 to Mb/s
With v0.61.18 it was 40.0 Mb/s.
I 'm using alternate movie-only output, MKV container 1920x1080 640kbs DD5.1.
Using NVEnc encoder One Pass CQM, Constant Quality Mode (CQM): 19.
Look in ALTERNATE.TXT and make changes as needed. See the new configuration parameter:

mBitrate=Maximum bitrate (and VBV buffer size) for VBR video encoding. Uses system defaults when not specified.
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Not sure why. I guess it's possible it could be something specific about my HDMI-->VGA adapter. Don't know for sure.
OK, thanks for the update. The card has arrived, so I am waiting for the two adapters to arrive (one HDMI and the other DP).

I'll try it with the HDMI adapter and if it doesn't show anything, I'll do your trick.

UPDATE: The HDMI->VGA adapter will arrive in today's mail.

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The GTX-1660 is installed and operational. The HDMI->VGA converter worked great. No having to start out with HDMI. This is the adapter that I bought: https://www.ebay.com/itm/HDMI-to-VGA...53.m2749.l2649

I had previously downloaded the latest driver, so once the system came up, I installed it.

Now, when I get a chance, I'll have to play with UHD->25BD conversions.
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The GTX-1660 is installed and operational. The HDMI->VGA converter worked great. No having to start out with HDMI. This is the adapter that I bought: https://www.ebay.com/itm/HDMI-to-VGA...53.m2749.l2649

I had previously downloaded the latest driver, so once the system came up, I installed it.

Now, when I get a chance, I'll have to play with UHD->25BD conversions.
Good to know. I may have to pick one up. Switching for bios changes can be a real pain in the butt.
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Look in ALTERNATE.TXT and make changes as needed. See the new configuration parameter:

mBitrate=Maximum bitrate (and VBV buffer size) for VBR video encoding. Uses system defaults when not specified.
Thanks, jdobbs. It works.
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Good to know. I may have to pick one up. Switching for bios changes can be a real pain in the butt.
The initial MB BIOS boot screen showed up, so one can hit the appropriate function key to get into the BIOS settings (which I didn't do as I had no need).

UPDATE: I had to some some rebooting, so I checked that I able to get into the BIOS. Yep.

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OK, I'm ready to do a UHD to 25GB BD test backup. The trouble is that with so many posts regarding settings, I don't even know where to start to get a complete backup, with menus and special features. A sample INI file would be helpful. Thanks.
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OK, I'm ready to do a UHD to 25GB BD test backup. The trouble is that with so many posts regarding settings, I don't even know where to start to get a complete backup, with menus and special features. A sample INI file would be helpful. Thanks.
That is an easy one
Mode: Full
Settings:
Encoder - NVEnc
Output size - BD25
Quality - Highest (Very Slow) - One Pass (CQM)

Choose your favourite Languages/Subtitles in Setup (I prefer to keep Audio intact at that target size)

And you are ready to go

If you are in need of a Quickie, choose Good (Fastest) in Quality settings ... but that's real quick then
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