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Old 9th December 2018, 11:10   #81  |  Link
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Use file "yuv"
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ffmpeg.exe -y -loglevel error -i Untitled.mp4 -an -f yuv4mpegpipe -frames 1 -vf scale=1920:1080:in_color_matrix=bt709:in_range=limited:out_color_matrix=bt709:out_range=limited,format=yuv420p 111.yuv | 
vvc.exe -i 111.yuv -b video.vvc -wdt 1920 -hgt 1080 --FrameRate=25000/1000 --InputBitDepth=8 --InputChromaFormat=420 --QP=0 --Profile=next 
--QuadtreeTULog2MaxSize=5 --QuadtreeTUMaxDepthIntra=4 --QuadtreeTUMaxDepthInter=4 --IntraPeriod=1 --DecodingRefreshType=1 --GOPSize=1 --FramesToBeEncoded=1 
--ConformanceWindowMode=0 --SEIDecodedPictureHash=3 --CTUSize=32
The parameters in red must be entered.
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Old 9th December 2018, 23:23   #82  |  Link
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Just tested it; it works. Thanks ^_^
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Old 20th January 2019, 12:04   #83  |  Link
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VVC Test Model v3.2 has been released: https://vcgit.hhi.fraunhofer.de/jvet/VVCSoftware_VTM

Hopefully some of you guys will do some new compression comparisons to h265, vp9, x264 and av1.

changelog: https://vcgit.hhi.fraunhofer.de/jvet...tware_VTM/tags

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VVC Test Model v3.2 has been released: https://vcgit.hhi.fraunhofer.de/jvet/VVCSoftware_VTM
Oh, that's interesting.

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Hopefully some of you guys will do some new compression comparisons to h265, vp9, x264 and av1.

changelog: https://vcgit.hhi.fraunhofer.de/jvet...tware_VTM/tags
I will indeed as I have an 8K 4:2:0 SDR footage at 60fps progressive.
LigH, can you compile the new version?
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Old 30th January 2019, 00:27   #85  |  Link
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I will indeed as I have an 8K 4:2:0 SDR footage at 60fps progressive.
I am profoundly curious to hear how long it takes to encode that!

Previous test models for VVC were quite a bit faster than AV1, at least. But 8K...

It would be interesting to compare 8K HEVC v. VVC. I've heard suggestions that both EVC and VVC will have higher relative gains to HEVC at 8K.
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Old 6th February 2019, 18:21   #86  |  Link
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Old 12th February 2019, 17:44   #87  |  Link
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Thanks for the new builds. The quality/efficiency is improving steadily with each major version. The encoding speed is getting slower and slower, but that's to be expected as they add more tools into the encoder. Now it's around 3 times slower than the slowest preset of aomenc.
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Old 26th February 2019, 19:15   #88  |  Link
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VTM-4.0.1 is released

Changes
  • Fix tickets #153, #183, #185, #188, #190, #191, #193, #194, #195, #196, #197, #199, #200
  • Add JVET-M0277 on PCM and loop filter
  • Add JVET-M0428 on deblocking optimization
  • Add JVET-M0451 on interop syntax
  • Add JVET-M0600 on rate control
  • Add encoder speedup for JVET-M0102 (ISP)
  • Add macro to disable MMVD
  • Other minor improvements

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Old 13th March 2019, 14:54   #89  |  Link
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New upload: VVCSoftware VTM-4.0.1 ccf7079 (MSYS2, MinGW32 + GCC 7.4.0 / MinGW64 + GCC 8.3.0)
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Old 1st April 2019, 01:10   #90  |  Link
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I tried to encode an 8K 12bit video on my Windows Server 2019, but it outputs:

Error: The internalBitDepth must not be greater than the bitDepthConstraint value

Which basically means that the profile I'm trying to use doesn't support such an high bit-depth.
Is there a 12bit profile that I can use or do I have to encode at 8bit/10bit only?
I ended up encoding at 10bit with a few tests, like:

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ffmpeg.exe -i "\\VBOXSVR\Share_Windows_Linux\Production\AVS\test2.avs" -strict -1 -an -f yuv4mpegpipe -vf scale=7680:4320:in_color_matrix=bt709:in_range=limited:out_color_matrix=bt709:out_range=limited,format=yuv444p 111.yuv | vcc.exe -i 111.yuv -b "raw_video.vvc" -wdt 7680 -hgt 4320 --Profile=next --FrameRate=60000/1001 --InputBitDepth=12 --OutputBitDepth=10 --InternalBitDepth=10 --InputChromaFormat=444 --QP=8 --FramesToBeEncoded=5220 --GOPSize=1 --IntraPeriod=1 --ConformanceWindowMode=0 --SEIDecodedPictureHash=3 --CTUSize=32 --BitstreamFile=vvc.bitsteam

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Which parameters do I have to set to set Reframe equal to 4?
I tried with --GOPSize=2 --IntraPeriod=4 as Intra must be a multiple of the GOPSize, but it fails to encode.
Also --GOPSize=4 --IntraPeriod=-1 fails to encode.
If I manage to get it right, I'll share the encode at different --QP. The only bad thing is that it takes minutes (yes, minutes) to encode even a single frame on my home system and it's a faster (but still slow as hell) on my work machine. What speed do you usually get on your systems?


Last but not least, in case anyone needs this to encode SD/HD/FULL HD 8bit contents, here is VVCSoftware_VTM_V4.1.0 (Encoder and Decoder) for Windows XP x86: Link

Working example (Image): Link

The reason why I specified the resolution and the bit depth is only 'cause above FULL HD you'll end up using too much RAM and it's gonna crash. (Not that everyone wants to encode an 4K/8K on such a system).
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Old 2nd April 2019, 09:06   #91  |  Link
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Hi FranceBB
Profile NEXT is the successor of only profile MAIN.
Profile MAIN is only 8bit and has chroma format of 420.
As you added 10 bitdepth the encoder automatically changed to the profile MAIN10, which has nothing to do with the VVC codec. At least this is recommended in the .cfg settings.
Of course you can change the parameters so that the encoder changes for the 12 bitdepth profile settings to MAINREXT.
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m_bitDepthConstraint     = ( ( m_profile == Profile::MAINREXT || m_profile == Profile::NEXT ) ? 16 : 8 );
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Profile NEXT is the successor of only profile MAIN.
Profile MAIN is only 8bit and has chroma format of 420.
Nooo! We can't have ANOTHER generation of codecs that have a default profile that's 8-bit only. We are entering the HDR era, and 10-bit really need to be the baseline for everything.
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Nooo! We can't have ANOTHER generation of codecs that have a default profile that's 8-bit only. We are entering the HDR era, and 10-bit really need to be the baseline for everything.
There should always be different profiles for 8-bit and 10-bit. The difference is only how you word the spec to make supporting both "main" profiles mandatory at the same time. HEVC already did a pretty good job at that, and 10-bit decoders are pretty wide-spread.
What is a "default profile" beyond an implementation detail, anyway?

Even if you shove both into one profile, if someone really wants to, they'll still make a 8-bit only decoder. So lets at least have the clarity we need and call them different.
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There should always be different profiles for 8-bit and 10-bit. The difference is only how you word the spec to make supporting both "main" profiles mandatory at the same time. HEVC already did a pretty good job at that, and 10-bit decoders are pretty wide-spread.
What is a "default profile" beyond an implementation detail, anyway?

Even if you shove both into one profile, if someone really wants to, they'll still make a 8-bit only decoder. So lets at least have the clarity we need and call them different.
Good point. 8-bit SDR content should be encoded at 8-bit. It's more about setting the standard that 10-bit should always be decodable.
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Hi FranceBB
Profile NEXT is the successor of only profile MAIN.
Profile MAIN is only 8bit and has chroma format of 420.
As you added 10 bitdepth the encoder automatically changed to the profile MAIN10, which has nothing to do with the VVC codec. At least this is recommended in the .cfg settings.
Of course you can change the parameters so that the encoder changes for the 12 bitdepth profile settings to MAINREXT.
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m_bitDepthConstraint     = ( ( m_profile == Profile::MAINREXT || m_profile == Profile::NEXT ) ? 16 : 8 );
Oh, ok, I got it. When I have time, I'm gonna try to make a few tests and I'm gonna be back here with the results. I was thinking about running some ssim/psnr tests, but since there are no decoders available to natively read it, I would have to re-encode it to a lossless format and then run ssim/psnr; the only problem is that I have no idea how to do that. Is there something to actually re-encode a VVC file? Otherwise I think I'm just gonna use my eyeballs.
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I created VVC ver.4.2 8-12bit codec only for color sample 420 with the profile NEXT associated with profile MAINREXT. Of course, there is no specification for VVC.
The second one is currently a codec toy. You need to add the appropriate parameters to each frame of the movie. A very burdensome function `--frameX="..."`
Errors codec for movies than 8bit. Can not be used yuv4mpegpipe
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ffmpeg.exe -y -loglevel error -i "video.mp4" -an -f rawvideo -frames 16 
-vf scale=1280:720:in_color_matrix=bt709:in_range=limited:out_color_matrix=bt709:out_range=limited,format=yuv420p12le -strict -1 111.yuv
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EncoderApp.exe --SummaryVerboseness -c "encoder_randomaccess_vtm.cfg" --InputFile=111.yuv --BitstreamFile=video.vvc --SourceWidth=1280 --SourceHeight=720 --FrameRate=25 --ReshapeSignalType=1 
--InputBitDepth=12 --InternalBitDepth=12 --OutputBitDepth=12 --MSBExtendedBitDepth=12 --InputChromaFormat=420 --ChromaFormatIDC=420 --ConformanceWindowMode=0 --FramesToBeEncoded=16
Delete InternalBitDepth in files cfg.
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DecoderApp.exe -b video.vvc -d 12 --SEIDecodedPictureHash=0 -o 112.yuv
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ffplay.exe -pixel_format yuv420p12le -video_size 1280x720 112.yuv
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We are entering the HDR era, and 10-bit really need to be the baseline for everything.
Maybe. For a VVC codec it isn't a significant SDR or HDR. It doesn't distinguish between bitdepth. This is just an info function ReshapeSignalType

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The media-autobuild suite enabled compiling with split parallelism.
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JVET-N0671: Support of 4:4:4 and 4:2:2 chroma formats in VVC
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The media-autobuild suite enabled compiling with split parallelism.
I didn't succeed. Under Windows doesn't work with gcc.
OpenMP software needs assembler, although creators sometimes add in cmake.
https://github.com/jb-alvarado/media...c62f5831737dd5
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Would you report that as issue there? I don't know what it lacks exactly. NASM is available in MABS.
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