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Old 4th May 2020, 14:33   #221  |  Link
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Between Ryzen 7 2700x and Ryzen 5 3600, which will give better performance? I have no clue about x265. I have to rip my 1080p and 4K BD collection.
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This might help.
And the comparisons here gives similar results,
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I have a 3700x and a B450 chipset with Crucial 3600 DDR4 16GB Ram.

I only get 2 fps when encoding 4K HDR10 videos. Is that normal? I'm encoding with Staxrip on preset slow.

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I have a 3700x and a B450 chipset with Crucial 3600 DDR4 16GB Ram.

I only get 2 fps when encoding 4K HDR10 videos. Is that normal? I'm encoding with Staxrip on preset slow.
Yes, it's normal
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I have a 3700x and a B450 chipset with Crucial 3600 DDR4 16GB Ram.

I only get 2 fps when encoding 4K HDR10 videos. Is that normal? I'm encoding with Staxrip on preset slow.
and it's really good speed for 4K HDR10 encoding.

You have 100% CPU usage?
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I have a 3700x and a B450 chipset with Crucial 3600 DDR4 16GB Ram.

I only get 2 fps when encoding 4K HDR10 videos. Is that normal? I'm encoding with Staxrip on preset slow.
Not only is it normal, it's actually quite fast. What preset are you using?
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and it's really good speed for 4K HDR10 encoding.

You have 100% CPU usage?
Most of the time it's around 95 and 100.

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Not only is it normal, it's actually quite fast. What preset are you using?
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Most of the time it's around 95 and 100.



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For preset slow that sounds about right.
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I'm encoding Black Hawk Down 4K HDR right now.
Preset slow
CRF 24, I get around 17 Mbit/s
FPS: around 2,6
59 % and it still says 9 hrs remaining.
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2 FPS with a 3700X but anyone knows with a 3900X ?
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2 FPS with a 3700X but anyone knows with a 3900X ?
No, but I'm using a 7402P, I get around 5fps for single file encodes using preset slow for 2160p content. Not 100% utilization though, around 80% (24C/48T).

7402P is actually very impressive, keeps clocks at 3.3Ghz in an 1u server under this rather heavy avx2 load. No intel high core count server/workstation system I've encoded on has been able to do so.

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With my 3900X and a script which has some motion-compensated denoising + downscaling to 1440p in linear light at 32bit precision and debanding, all in 16bit depth, I get over 2fps in x265 using --preset slower + hme-search umh,umh,star and slight tweaks. Using --rskip 2 makes things go faster and seems to be higher quality as the onion artifacts are less apparent. Then again, I use --rd-refine which should make things much slower.
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With my 3900X and a script which has some motion-compensated denoising + downscaling to 1440p in linear light at 32bit precision and debanding, all in 16bit depth, I get over 2fps in x265 using --preset slower + hme-search umh,umh,star and slight tweaks. Using --rskip 2 makes things go faster and seems to be higher quality as the onion artifacts are less apparent. Then again, I use --rd-refine which should make things much slower.
It'd be interesting to compare --preset ultrafast and see how much of the fps is x265 versus the preprocessing. It may well be the long pole isn't encoding.
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It'd be interesting to compare --preset ultrafast and see how much of the fps is x265 versus the preprocessing. It may well be the long pole isn't encoding.
Sure, I'll try to remember to do some tests after the chain of encodes finishes. Right now I'm processing a video like I described, and the frameserver part uses maybe an average of 20% of total CPU. Sometimes more, sometimes much less depending on how much the denoising part actually has to work on the frame. x265 uses 40-75% of CPU.
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Me Benchmark Ryzen Threadrriper 2990wx 32 core 3700mhz x265 3.4.7 :-)

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I did a little test of 500 frames, my standard Avisynth script template and encoded at 1440p (2560 x 1064).
Without any tweaks other than the HDR metadata, --preset ultrafast was 5.90 fps, --preset slower 2.81 fps.
With my x265 settings template, --preset ultrafast was 5.71 fps, --preset slower 2.63 fps.

Without any processing, i.e. just loading and decoding the source with DGSource and encoding at 4K (3840 x 1600), --preset ultrafast was 13.42 fps and --preset slower 1.54 fps using my x265 template.
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Me Benchmark Ryzen Threadrriper 2990wx 32 core 3700mhz x265 3.4.7 :-)
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Do you normally encode with "Placebo" preset? When doing benchmarks, it's better to encode with the preset that you (or people in general) use mostly. I use almost only "Slower" preset.

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Do you normally encode with "Placebo" preset? When doing benchmarks, it's better to encode with the preset that you (or people in generally) use mostly. I use almost only "Slower" preset.
YES juste PLACEBO Very Best :-)
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