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Thread: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

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    Da Man
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    Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    For all posts pertaining to Video Conversion.

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    it is released?

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Hopefully in the next few days.

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Can add a custom option to change the video display resolution? also if y'all create a video editor like imovie next that be the icing on the cake!

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Use the Scale DSP effect to set the resolution

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Still can't custom change it can only pick a resolution that is already available

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Have a look at:

    C:\Program Files\dBpowerampVideo\DSPs\Scale\dsp.txt

    and replace the 640x480 values (on 2 lines).

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Hey Spoon, you and the person who programs StaxRip should get in contact if you aren't already. https://github.com/stax76/staxrip

    Between the two of you there's gonna be some quintessential pro stuff here!

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Found a file format it doesn't yet support:

    Blu-ray Disc Audio-Video (BDAV) MPEG-2 Transport Stream (M2TS) container file format, *.m2ts

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    The next update will add support for this file type, so it can be selected.

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Outstanding! Question: I'm currently building a 20-core 40-thread workstation/home server (sniped two Xeon E5-2630v4 ES processors off eBay for $322.50!!) with 64GB of DDR4-2300 RAM. Handbrake is unable to utilize so many cores for x265/H265. Is the video converter programmed for these type of use-cases? I could see this type of scenario becoming more common for enthusiasts such as myself, as Facebook, Google, Amazon, etc upgrade their servers and flood the used markets with currently-exotic things like 18-core 36-thread Xeon processors.

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Each h265 encoder uses 4 cores, and there are 16 simultaneous conversions, so: 64 cores

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    Each h265 encoder uses 4 cores, and there are 16 simultaneous conversions, so: 64 cores
    Well. That'll hold us for awhile :D I need more cores! Is that 16 simultaneous slices, or 16 separate encodes (16 separate videos)?

    Reading up on it here: http://x265.readthedocs.io/en/default/threading.html
    Last edited by Lynx_TWO; 06-29-2018 at 05:15 PM.

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    Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    16 separate encodes

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    Wink Re: Welcome to dBpoweramp Video Converter

    Quote Originally Posted by Spoon View Post
    16 separate encodes
    Is that a limitation of x265? If so, guess I'll just have to run multiple encodes which is fine. Let's just hope Windows doesn't decide to restart itself halfway through :D

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