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Old 26th January 2010, 00:32   #21  |  Link
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If someone as u say are interested in implementing DVB-TS support internally, AAC and Mpeg1-L2 support and would be the start on making the worlds first opensource RT H264 encoder.
If we could implement some kind of v4l input support and UDP multicast read support and multicast output support that would be even better
Well, VLC already does most of these things.
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Old 2nd February 2010, 06:39   #22  |  Link
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CUDA quality similar to --preset veryfast???? Last I heard, CUDA encoders were beyond terrible. I would call performance like this "not so terrible"!
Bear in mind that I am using low-bandwidth (640 kbps) and low-latency settings.

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I think the CUDA stuff is useful for quick transcodes for portable devices etc, but not much else. I'd be interested to see some test encodes, if you can post them
I am not sure if I may post sample images maybe I could reproduce my results later on some other content.
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Bear in mind that I am using low-bandwidth (640 kbps) and low-latency settings.
Why would you use low-latency settings? You're not doing low-latency streaming as far as I can tell.

Furthermore, does Badaboom even have a comparable low latency mode? I don't recall that it supported very small VBV or zero input delay, which would make such a comparison rather unfair.
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